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This week’s deep dive into the internet’s collective sales bins includes a cozy corduroy jumpsuit, some very bold boots, a jaunty neon-green clutch, and a half-off Samsung 4K TV.
This, the second iteration of Ashley Graham’s lip kit for Revlon, appeared in a Don’t Dillydally back in April. We guess it didn’t sell out … and now it’s only $7.
Some party loafers from Everlane.
This Everlane cashmere crew neck, last we wrote about it, was $70. Now it’s been dropped ten dollars.
Some one-size-fits-most “supersoft and comfy” boy short underwear that are also available in two shades of pink.
If you have any weddings, say, on the horizon, this neon-green clutch would look very cool paired with a black dress.
We actually own this tea kettle, and like a chump paid full price for it!
Some nice cut-off sweatpants from Free People.
A va-va-voom sheath dress from Wolford.
A slick leopard-print trench coat that apparently runs small.
This tobacco candle from Malin + Goetz is ideal for lighting on a cozy, crisp fall afternoon.
Amazon just rolled out a bunch of holiday deals (!) including a 23andMe kit that’s usually $100.
There’s also a Samsung TV sale afoot. This is the cheapest this 49-inch 4K Samsung TV’s ever been.
On the fashion front, there are a bunch of discounts on Amazon house brand clothes, like this seasonally appropriate sweatshirt dress.
There’s this slouchy “lived-in” T-shirt dress too.
And this Liberty London–esque cotton short-sleeve blouse.
For the fellows, there’s this handsome subtley-striped sweatshirt.
For the first time in a while, we decided to root around in the Last Call home section. We emerged with this fire-engine-red magnetic lightbulb that can stick to any magnetic surface.
It is very sad that Barneys is in trouble … but the deal on this jaquard-knit cotton sweater is not.
A bold boot indeed.
Another Camper boot, this one a little more staid (but with a cool gray chunky heel).
These high-waisted 7 jeans are apparently very comfortable — but also run a little small so might want to size up.
This sweatshirt would look nice paired with the aforementioned jeans.
Now your little one can get in on the nubby fleece trend.
Who knew that Fjallraven made sweaters!?
This Under Armour fleece is made for working out: “it’s light, incredibly warm, and has just the right amount of stretch.”
These are technically “Big Boys” pants, but we think they could fit a small-boned woman.
According to one happy reviewer, “They look just like crate and barrel chairs though at 1/4 the price.”
If you’ve always wanted a palm tree in the living room.
This shade of “latte” paired with the black waist band is a very pleasing color combo.
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