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’s look into the best sales the internet has to offer includes everything from a Pendleton quilt to a (too early in our opinion) “Black Friday” deal to some 65 percent off Dries Van Noten from Barneys.
It’s lounging-around-the-house season and luckily these Tommy John joggers in a lovely shade of “fired brick” are 40 percent off.
It’s rare to find a non-silky leopard-print button-down. (This one’s cotton.)
If you’ve been interested in the “belt bag” trend, this 50 percent off Rebecca Minkoff one is an elegant bag to start with.
These mustard-colored cargo pants are from L.A.-based brand J.O.A.
Who knew Lululemon made raincoats? It’s quite sleek and it also comes in green.
A “rugged” Pendleton jacket perfect for fall.
This Pendleton coverlet set is (somewhat weirdly) meant for kids, but would obviously look great in a grown-up room.
Some (62 percent off!) Calvins in a non-weird color (black).
And this cozy faux-fur Avec Les Filles jacket.
Our roundup of the best of The Outnet sale-on-sale barely scratched the surface, so here are some other equally excellent deals that got left on the cutting-room floor. We may be getting a little ahead of ourselves, but this satin Ganni dress would be great for a holiday cocktail party.
Can you believe this wallet was once $630?
This LBD has just the slightest of mock necks.
A pair of checkered Vans for the lil guy or gal in your life.
These glossy Hunter boots are in a nice rainy-day color of “dark slate.”
This 1992-era North Face puffer has a water-repellant “finish.”
Everything $100 or more at Madewell is 20 percent off, which makes it a good time to pick up this swazer/bloat.
A festive shower curtain from Walmart’s Scandi-inspired homewares line MoDRN.
Some Eileen Fisher sweatpants that you won’t feel schlubby bopping around the neighborhood in.
A little bit boot, a little bit sneaker, from Japanese line Vulcanizer.
$112 is a lot, yes, for a T-shirt, but this is a Fancy T-shirt.
The color isn’t exactly seasonally appropriate, but this is the cheapest we’ve seen these Apiece Apart Merida pants.
These pine-wood and lapis hoops are designed by Venice Beach jewelry maker Sophie Monet.
It never crossed our mind to deeply desire a pair of floral-strewn corduroys, yet here we are.
It’ll be truly like wearing a throw blanket out in public.
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