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44 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Patagonia to Marc Jacobs

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You may have noticed some posts from our friends at the Strategist on the Cut. They’ll be dropping in every now and again, sharing their expertise on the basics you don’t have time to research and the weird and wonderful things you don’t yet know you need.

This week, our journey into the darkest depths of the internet unearthed several deeply, deeply discounted hats, some excellent Patagonia deals, two faux-leopard coats, and a whole bunch of cobalt-blue stuff.

These festive metallic Keds are a collaboration with Kate Spade.

Woolrich W’s Adirondack Parka
$767
$767

If you didn’t pick up a Woolrich jacket last week during Shopbop’s big sale, worry not: They’re even cheaper now.

Cosabella Amore PJ Set
$69
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Spring is coming. We swear! Be prepared with these lovely Cosabella shortie pajamas.

LNA Ringer Tee
$53
$53

We are always in the market for a perfect ringer tee, and this one from LNA could definitely be a contender.

A cheeky cookie jar from Jonathan Adler. (There’s a gluten-free one on sale too).

A bi-fold Marc Jacobs wallet that’s also available in neon pink and yellow.

A.P.C. Cyrielle Lace Tights
$28
$28

These scalloped lace tights from A.P.C. will zuzh up any skirt or dress situation.

Like this Cheetah-print mini-skirt for example.

Which would look great paired with this ribbed tee. There, we made an outfit for you!

Some of our favorite (very splurge-y) linen sheets hail from L.A.-based bedding line Matteo, and right now a whole bunch of said sheets are on sale at Huckberry.

A men’s North Face hoodie with finger holes in the cuffs, which one commenter referred to as “a nice touch.”

Another cobalt-blue offering, this one a stretchy, slouchy sweater from Free People.

How weird! We swear we did not do this on purpose, but one more cobalt item on super-sale at Macy’s: A Le Creuset-esque six quart Dutch oven that’s a whopping 72 percent off.

A quartet of mugs from Godinger that work out to two bucks a mug.

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Gah! Cobalt blue again. A breathable, moisture-wicking (and flattering) workout top from adidas by Stella McCartney.

Pair it with these cropped leggings made from “recycled plastic taken from sea fronts.”

If you can even believe it, there are still holiday beauty gift sets languishing in sales bins across the internet. Our latest find? A trio of three palettes (each featuring a range of highlighters, blushes, eyeshadows) from Laura Geller on sale for $16.

Eberjey Ula Slouchy Leggings
$46
$46

These are sweggings (a sweatpant-legging hybrid) from Eberjey.

Loads of Rachel Comey earrings are on sale at Nordstrom. We quite like these colorful danglers.

$42

A go-with-just-about-anything oversized, lightweight Madewell sweater that’s available in plus sizes.

You will likely look more happy in this Champion sweatshirt than the model at left.

$30

Now, some Patagonia goodies on sale at Urban Outfitters. First up, this handsome men’s duckbill hat.

Wearing a fanny pack while on vacation is no longer excruciatingly embarrassing — especially when it’s this sporty Patagonia mini-belt bag.

A cheery bright yellow North Face tee.

We love this faux-fur leopard jacket (but wonder who will really wear it with only a bra?).

Cleo Nightstand
$229
$229

This peach-pink nightstand is a bit more expensive than what you’d find at Ikea, and less expensive as what you’d find at West Elm (but has quite a bit more character).

AncestryDNA Kit
$59

If you’ve been meaning to find out who you really are, this is a very good price for AncestryDNA’s kit.

Photo: Matthew Savins

If you’ve always been interested in having a fancy monogrammed bath towel, the time is now (and most letters of the alphabet are still available.)

$105

A stately (not too fussy, not too modern) flatware set from Nambe.

A sporty, billowy sweatshirt from Lululemon’s collaboration with Soul Cycle.

Be prepared for the rainy season ahead of us with these extremely-on-sale Hunter rain boots.

A simple (84 percent off!) cap from Saturdays NYC.

$105

In other head-related news, if you want to stay warm (and stay unrecognizable) this Rag & Bone balaclava should do the trick.

We missed these pink gingham pajama pants from Sleepy Jones during our sweep of the Outnet’s excellent sale.

This Herschel Supply Co. packable duffle is what you bring with you on a trip when you know you’re going to be shopping.

Another insanely discounted hat, this one from casual-guy-favorite Save Khaki.

A few rugs from Walmart’s new Ikea competitor-ish MoDRN are on sale, like this graphic (but not too graphic) rug.

This goes-with-any-space table lamp from Menu is 15 percent off as part of Design Within Reach’s semiannual sale.

A two-tone cross-body bag from DVF that can likely hold a paperback book.

Allie Tumblers, Set of 4
$25
$25

Over at Anthropologie, sale items are an additional 30 percent off their sale price. This set of four tumblers will liven things up in the kitchen.

Jakett Leopard Jacket
$84
$84

This, the second faux-fur leopard coat we are featuring, has a fuzzy sherpa lining.

Alba Garment Rack
$53
$53

A garment (and shoe) rack for the closet-challenged among you.

$7

Finally be the person who serves Binchotan charcoal-infused water to her guests in a water pitcher.

Wooden Cat Spice Grinder
$9
$9

And, finally, we leave you with a wooden spice grinder in the shape of a cat.

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44 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy