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Though Presidents’ Day has come and gone, the sales are still chugging along. We dug up an 80 percent-off Free People dress (the floral one above), a perfect white T-shirt, and some very vintage-y water glasses.
Kids these days love Champion. This cap comes in navy and bright red.
Some classic Rag & Bone slim-fit Fit 2 jeans for men in a spring-appropriate light-wash shade.
This speckly Uniqlo sweater has a flattering chunky neck and dolman sleeves.
This, the second North Face backpack of the sales round-up, is a re-release of a 1999–era style.
A festive Pendleton pillow that’s also available in maroon and navy.
The white piping is what does it for us. (Plus, the fact that it’s 80 percent off.)
The faux-shearling collar adds a little pizzazz to this 450-fill down puffer.
Over at Anthropologie, a very large selection of tees and tops are 20 percent off, including this number from Lacausa, the maker of one our favorite white T-shirts.
This ‘90s-feeling Lacausa tank is on sale, too (and available in a variety of colors).
February is a good time to buy calendars, as they are all on sale, and you still have 11 months-ish left to use them! This classic Stendig wall calendar was designed by Massimo Vignelli in 1966.
A not-too-heavy-handed way to nudge your child to eat her turkey sandwich.
Replace iPad–time with 3-D-wooden-puzzle-time.
The zig-zaggy blue and red ribbon border of this Loeffler Randall purse is fun without being too too.
Just a classic Marc Jacobs zip-around wallet for 50 percent off.
A going-to-the-gym jacket from Lululemon with a handsome high neck.
As is this packable down jacket from Donna Karan.
This machine-washable polka-dotted cami from Everlane has us dreaming of warmer weather (which will arrive not that far from now).
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