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This week, we unearthed a lot of extremely discounted winter stuff (which is helpful, since it’s still freezing out), including some very cheap cashmere, a bunch of hats, and a very flattering, sleeping bag-esque North Face.
It is still freezing out and this long, ’90s-inspired North Face down jacket is essentially a very fashionable (and flattering) sleeping bag.
It’ll look great paired with this purple, fuzzy North Face scarf.
Lord & Taylor’s extra-20-percent-off sale is still going on at Walmart, which means this Strategist-approved cashmere V-neck is a mere $32.
And this Eberjey-y pair of shortie pajamas is just $68.
A cozy knit-wool hat courtesy of Missoni.
This navy-and-red Adidas by Stella McCartney yoga mat features a shoulder strap that doubles as a stretching strap. (Incidentally, there’s another Adidas by Stella McCartney yoga mat on sale at Matches for $34.)
Another sales post, another beauty gift set that’s an insanely good deal. This one, from Murad, features five of the skin-care line’s “all-stars” and has an original retail value of $84.
Two things we love, right here: polka dots and mock turtlenecks. This sheer top features an inner spandex tank.
This set of ten ceramic Cuisinart knives is an insane deal: it works out to $2.50 a knife.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that there is a very excellent Dermstore sale happening now. Somehow, this Slip silk pillowcase (a favorite of actress Kristen Bell’s) slipped (sorry) out from our previous roundups.
We found this Patagonia neck-warmer (made from recycled fleece and wool) in the men’s section, but it’d work for a lady, too.
Some patent-leather Doc Martens oxfords (which look amazing, incidentally, with leopard-print socks).
There’s a lot of fleece out there these days, so it’s rare for it to make an impression on us. This jacket/shirt from Topo Designs really caught our eye.
Complete the look above with these velour Adidas leggings.
An enamel saucepan from minimalist Japanese cookware line Kaico.
There is something very simple about these silver metallic booties from Sigerson Morrison.
Earlier this week we wrote about Shopbop’s (somewhat confusing) sale. The gist of it is, the sale doesn’t kick in until you spend at least $200. The same thing is happening over at Shopbop’s brother site, East Dane. We’ve picked out a few choice items that we missed the first time around, including this extremely warm, extremely handsome Woolrich parka.
A perfect little zip-around A.P.C. wallet.
Pre-rainy season, a.k.a. now, would be a good time to pick up a Stutterheim slicker.
These classic zip-top Filson totes rarely go on sale.
Some business-on-the-bottom, party-on-top rain boots from Coach.
A very realistic-looking faux leather moto jacket from BB Dakota.
A lovely little polka-dotted robe from Eberjey.
The much-coveted Stokke high chair is a little cheaper than usual.
This ban.do water bottle is so pretty we would almost display it on a mantlepiece.
An amazing (and slightly terrifying) dinosaur shower head.
A sweet little handwoven rug that’d look great in the kitchen.
This cape-slash-scarf from Madewell will come in handy when your office’s air-conditioning is cranked up in a few months.
We like the pockets on this textured Madewell cardigan.
Wear this Save Khaki button-down over a shirt (as in the photo) or all buttoned up.
Right now is one of the best times of the year to buy cashmere gloves and scarves (they’re still in stock, and retailers are trying to clear out their winter gear). Case in point: these pop-top cashmere gloves from White + Warren.
Over at Anthropologie, all sale items are now an additional 40 percent off — like this little buttoned red dress from Maeve.
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