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35 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Chloé to Clarks

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This week we sniffed around the internet’s sales bins and dug up lots of goodies, including two very reasonably priced duffles, some very on-trend socks, an under-$100 Cult Gaia bag, and a collectible stuffed Elmo.

A fire-engine red LeSportsac duffle that won’t get lost in the baggage carousel.

This is a very good price (for a very lovely) John Robshaw shower curtain.

Same deal with this bath mat. (Which is also available in a more understated linen.)

Right now at Matches Fashion, most sale items are an extra 20 percent off their already-on-sale price, which makes this versatile striped Frame tee 67 percent off.

The O.G. (and oft-imitated) Norma Kamali sleeping-bag coat is rarely on sale.

Apparently, among the Park Slope mom brigade, designer “straps” are now a “thing.”

The nice thing about this shirt-jacket, is that you can really wear it as either a shirt or a jacket.

Some stretchy, high-waisted M.i.h. jeans with asymmetrically seamed hems.

It’s certainly not the season, but we’ve never seen a Cult Gaia bag this cheap.

As we noted yesterday, lots of things at Urban Outfitters are just $10, including these men’s socks, which are very “new, young editor of GQ.”

$70 is an excellent price for this durable North Face duffle. It’s also available in white.

This duster jacket from Levi’s features a nice, subtle “raw” edge.

Some ugly-cool and very comfy-looking Teva (of all brands!) slippers.

We have a hunch that these Kaws x Sesame Street toys made in collaboration with Uniqlo are going to be collectors’ items someday. Big Bird and Cookie Monster are on sale too.

Who knew that Soludos (the Spanish espadrille brand) made boots? These faux-fur-lined suede boots are quite handsome.

Wrangler’s been rereleasing some of its retro styles, like this stretchy denim jacket.

And this ringer tee.

As we noted the other day, it’s cozy-robe season. This plush one from Splendid is lined in fluffy fleece.

Some Nike sweatpants with an elegant taper.

It might have a Christmas-y label, but it’s the same classic Creme de Corps body lotion.

These Wolford tights feature some festive “dazzling dots.”

This circle-shaped cross-body bag from Elizabeth and James has a single-snap closure.

This made-in-the-U.S.A. Hopper Goods Dopp kit is inspired by “the life and spirit of Dennis Hopper.”

A winter-appropriate, polka-dot-adorned party dress from Alexa Chung in an almost-black shade of blue.

Everything on sale at Anthropologie is an extra 40 percent off, which makes this LED table lamp an excellent deal.

If you were looking to dip your toe into the world of high-fashion fanny packs, now would be a good time, as this fringed Rachel Comey one is 60 percent off.

For those who’d like their skin to look a little more glow-y, this highlighter and bronzer duo from Juice Beauty might do the trick.

A sweat-wicking workout shirt from Nike that provides sun protection.

This could be the cheapest we’ve seen these Strat-approved Red Wing boots.

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35 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy