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32 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Hunter to Lululemon

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This week’s dive into the best of the best of the internet’s sales features a ton of autumnal goodies, like some houndstooth loafers for under $50, a potentially-not-supposed-to-be-on-sale sweater, and a puffer that feels like wearing a sleeping bag.


We love a Lululemon pant that’s some cross between a pair of pajamas, gym gear, and work slacks. These sweat-wicking Wanderer Joggers, available in green and navy as well as black, are supposedly also ideal for “flights, drives, or relaxed afternoons.”

Also from Lululemon: a super lightweight slouchy triangle-shaped tote bag that has a snap closure and interior zip pocket.

It almost looks like it could be from Hay.

Things in the Matches Fashion sale bin are an extra 20 percent off, which means that it might be time for some velvet pink high-waisted pants from Isabel Marant.

$90 at MatchesFashion
with code: EXTRA20

Wear this with a white T-shirt underneath when the weather gets a little cooler.

$109 at MatchesFashion
with code: EXTRA20

This Ganni jacket will actually get you excited about jacket season.

$124 at MatchesFashion
with code: EXTRA20

A Cult Gaia bag that’s actually kind of fall-appropriate.

$75 at MatchesFashion
with code: EXTRA20

This millennial mustard midi dress is meant to wear over a bikini … but we don’t see why you couldn’t wear it to work.

$98 at MatchesFashion
with code: EXTRA20

If you have any fancy fall functions on the horizon.

$223 at MatchesFashion
with code: EXTRA20

This men’s Snow Peak jacket that we wrote about in last week’s sales post is now an extra 20 percent off now.

$150 at MatchesFashion
with code: EXTRA20

There’s a lot going on with this here sweatshirt, but it somehow works.

This flannel shirt from Everlane was apparently made for “supreme comfort.”


This 1990s-feeling backpack from Madewell also comes in brown.

It should be noted that this contrast-stitch dress from Eloquii runs a little big (so size down).

There’s a Tumi sale over at Saks, and this “Just in Case” tote that packs down into a small zipper pouch is 20 percent off.

Apparently there is an Amazon shoe outlet, and we found some treasures in there, including this men’s boot-sneaker hybrid from Kenneth Cole. (Note: While the description says these are women’s shoes, they are not!)

Also in the outlet are sandals from Dream Pairs (makes of these sandals that often get confused for Margiela).

As we noted earlier this week, a lot of kids basics are on sale at Amazon — like this three-pack of long-sleeve toddler tees.

This jumpsuit has pockets and is machine-washable — what else would you want in a jumpsuit?

A tasteful children’s dinner, bowl, and mug set from British tableware line Portmeirion.

Stick out among a sea of black coats with this extremely warm but also very lightweight Arc’teryx, which one reviewer deemed “the sleeping bag of jackets.”

Filson Small 32L Duffel

Nothing projects guy-who-has-his-shit-together quite like a Filson duffle.


For $16, how could you not …

Shhh … we think this Comme des Garçons sweater is not actually supposed to be on sale.

We like the chalky hue of these 60 percent off Hunter rain boots.

This faux-leather jacket really doesn’t look very faux.

Not much to see here, just a three-pack of Calvin Klein boxer-briefs.


It’s very rare to see classic Kiehl’s products this cheap.


Or anything NARS-related (let alone this adorable little lip gloss duo) for under ten bucks.

Breaking news: Anthropologie is having a 48-hour jumpsuit sale. We like this black slouchy option.

Keds Anchor Sneakers

Meanwhile, all sale items are an additional 40 percent off, like these cheerful red canvas Keds.

Sam Edelman Jordy Loafers

And these patent-leather houndstooth loafers from Sam Edelman.

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32 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy