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41 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Adidas to Laura Mercier

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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.

We dug up a bunch of on-sale stuff to get you excited for spring, including sandals, lightweight jackets, knee-baring dresses, as well as a few Mother’s Day gift ideas, because, well, it’s coming.

Could it be?! More Rodin Olio Lusso face oil on sale? The culty rejuvenating face oil is on sale in a lovely geranium and orange blossom blend that’s ideal for oily skin.

As well as in a “sensual” lavender that works for all skin types.

A little floral (and machine-washable!) number from Sanctuary.

A pretty blue-and-white-striped shower curtain to give the bathroom a little pep in its step.

This lovely $6 bowl from Mikasa would be great to serve your guests nuts or a coupla’ kumquats.

$78

A throw pillow for making your couch a little less fusty and a little more Southwest-y.

$78 at Macy's
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Everlane Modern Wrap Sandal
$60
$60

Just our weekly dip back into the Everlane Choose What You Pay sale, searching for things from last summer that are all of a sudden relevant again … like these wrap sandals.

A baby blue delight from kicky plus-sized line Eloquii.

Plus, some high-waisted party pants.

This $10 J.Crew card case would make a nice little token of a gift for mom this Mother’s Day.

And grab this Michael Bastian polo for dad while you’re at it.

Walmart’s having a “home spring savings” event, which means that this desk lamp, which does not look like it’s from Walmart, is a mere 30 bucks.

And now’s as good a time as ever to get your food storage situation in order with this 18-piece set from Rubbermaid.

Get your shoes in order, too.

$79

You can carry your keys, your phone, and practically your firstborn around with you in these pocket-happy leggings from Lululemon.

$95

Over at Backcountry, a whole slew of Patagonia is on sale, like this cozy, fuzzy zip-up fleece.

And this Silent Down jacket, which we saw a lot of this past winter.

And some Silent Down for the fellows.

Meanwhile, around these parts, any little guy or gal worth the Uppababy she’s riding in owns this nubby Patagonia fleece jacket.

Right now, you can get this Laura Mercier “gold dust” eye shadow for the same price as some eye shadow from Rite Aid. (Note: there’s still a lot of super-on-sale Nars available at Nordstrom Rack as well.)

$29

Some high-waisted (and butt-flattering) carpenter shorts from Dickies.

It’s a little bit Nadia Comaneci circa 1976, but this Adidas bodysuit is pretty cool.

adidas 3-Stripes Ringer Tee
$26
$26

An adidas ringer tee in a very on-trend light purple.

$70

A truly excellent ’70s-y denim jacket from Wrangler.

$170

This semi-sheer raincoat from Mother will make you actually hope for rain so you can wear it.

This “Tuscany” hand cream from Tocca has “nice-smelling Mother’s Day gift” written all over it.

A few skivvies from Saks. First up, this supposedly extremely comfortable high-waisted underwear from Wacoal.

$22

And a sweet, scalloped bralette from Cosabella.

If your little lady needs some party shoes.

A wall-mountable stuffed marlin for the kids’ room from U.K. designer Fiona Walker.

This is a very good price for a striped bikini from Brazilian bathing-suit line Haight. (Plus, if it’s your first order on Matches, you can get an extra 15 percent off.)

It’s hard to see here, but this cream-colored Marysia one-piece (with a tie back) is adorned with light beige stripes.

$12

Just the sweetest pink and green gingham pouch there ever was.

In our scramble to find the best things at Nordstrom’s spring sale yesterday, we missed these Madewell Emmett wide-leg pants in “Americana Red.”

And this colorful Topo Designs backpack.

$421

Just a friendly reminder that Tuft & Needle mattresses are still on sale at Amazon.

Also, as part of a spring furniture event, there are some goodies from Jonathan Adler’s Amazon line on sale, like this fabulous glass-topped side-table duo.

And while this chevron jute rug is not from Jonathan Adler, it’s very elegant and does not look like it costs $57.

The Strategist is designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our latest conquests include the best acne treatments, rolling luggage, pillows for side sleepers, natural anxiety remedies, and bath towels. We update links when possible, but note that deals can expire and all prices are subject to change.

41 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy