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32 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Celine to Champion

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The sales bins have been good this week, with lots of nice wintry things to get from Sorel, Hunter, and Patagonia, plus a great assortment of bathroom things like bath towels, shower curtains, and bath rugs from the likes of Kate Spade and Martha Stewart. Oh, and did we mention that the new Kindle Paperwhite is the cheapest it’s been in months? All that plus Isabel Marant, Acne, Longchamp, and Eberjey.

This cropped kimono blazer just says “cool aunt” to us.

$177

A simple ankle bootie that gets taken a notch up in a silvery metallic — perfect for wearing with simple black jeans.

Kindle Paperwhite
$100

The brand-new Paperwhite that came out at the end of last year is getting its biggest discount since Black Friday — it’s thinner than the previous model and even waterproof, too.

A very tasteful (but not at all boring) stripy shower curtain.

We love how irregular the circles on this polka-dotted bath rug are.

Even more dots! This time on a plush Martha Stewart bath towel.

An extremely sophisticated (and highly discounted) set of flatware for 12 people, plus a meat fork, pierced serving spoon, vegetable spoon, and gravy ladle.

$225 at Macy's
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with code: HOME
$35

This dishwasher-safe serving bowl is nine inches across and has a lovely color that we’re choosing to call “smoke.”

$35 at Macy's
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with code: FORYOU
$140

A nifty over-the-shoulder version of the classic Longchamp Le Pliage bag in unmistakable mint green.

$163

The fabric on this fanny pack is calf hair; we love how streamlined and unbulky it is.

A nice layering piece for wearing on the weekend — or to gift the cool teen in your life.

A genuinely cool backpack that fits a lot of stuff and isn’t nearly as expensive as it usually is.

Speaking of Patagonia, we very much dig the slanted pockets at the stomach, brass buttons, and contrast collar on this shacket.

Because you may not have gotten it all together yet and likely need a planner to plan things like buying a planner before February.

$30

Adorable sleep pants we think would make great anytime pants.

$67

The length on the sleeves and hem of this Eberjey robe is just excellent.

$119

This duffel bag is handmade of old sail canvas (“upcycling” they call it) in Cape Town.

$100

Flattering-on-all-faces sunglasses that they’re practically giving away.

We had not heard of Art and Cook but we definitely sat up when we saw this Buffalo plaid thermos.

Did someone say John Robshaw? A very nice washcloth that your face will appreciate in one of the designer’s signature prints.

We think a lot of the Sesame Street collection at Crate and Barrel is quite fantastic, but are especially partial to the normalish things that just have Muppet-esque eyes on them.

A very festive pillow for your neck while reading or something to be used as an armrest.

A six-and-a-half-inch safety pin, because why the heck not!

A very handsome and collegiate-looking hoodie from fancy designer J.W. Anderson.

Quite the excellent layering piece for anyone who wants warmth under a nice coat without the extra bulk.

$100

We love the speckly quality on this sweater’s material and it’s slightly mock-neck (a mock-mock-neck?) collar.

A cozy mustard coat he’ll want to wear every day.

Heavy-duty snow boots with an unusual quilted fabric that’s like a little outfit for your ankles.

$60

Speaking of ankle fashion, these look incredibly stylish and extremely cozy.

Put this on with a tank top and you’ve practically got an entire outfit.

The gradual transition from the deep green to the beige on this scarf is so unusual and rich-looking.

$119

Were you taken with the idea of the SNOO smart sleeper (which rocks baby to sleep) but turned off by the price? Well, now you can rent it, and for cheaper, too.

$119 at Happiest Baby
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with code: NYFEB20

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32 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy