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For this week’s sales roundup, we found lots of little things to make staying at home a bit more comfortable (and maybe even more fun) — including a silk eye mask for less than $20, a sweatshirt with Barbra Streisand’s face on it, and a bright yellow Le Creuset Dutch oven that’s 40 percent off.
These Fila velour pants are a completely different type of retro, but now is really as good a time as any to channel your inner J.Lo.
This Barbra Streisand sweatshirt, from Coach’s collaboration with the famed (late) Interview magazine cover artist Richard Bernstein, is not only still in-stock at Saks Fifth Avenue, it is on sale.
If you’ve decided to get back into running, or are realizing you’re running low on comfortable clothing, try these on-sale Stella McCartney leggings. They’re made of a moisture-wicking, recycled polyester.
If you need to get the kids out of the house for a little bit, get them their own backyard cottage, complete with built-in doorbell and flower box.
Moda Operandi is having a (nearly) sitewide sale, and it includes new arrivals and classics, like these tortoiseshell Ray-Ban Wayfarers.
Everlane’s sitewide sale is also still on, with 25 percent off everything — including new arrivals like these leather day crossover sandals. But don’t dillydally: The deal ends tonight.
These lightweight cotton chinos certainly look like work pants, but they’re unstructured enough that you won’t feel silly wearing them in your home office (read: kitchen table).
Whether you’re working out at home more, or really leaning into the “leisure” half of athleisure, these leggings will accommodate.
An all-cotton knit sweater that’s ideal for this transitional spring weather, when you still want to cozy up but don’t want to sweat through fleece or wool.
Speaking of no-sweat, this moisture-wicking cotton sweater is easy to layer but can also be worn on its own.
This striped duvet cover, with matching shams, is a cotton-linen blend, so it’s plenty breathable for early spring.
At eight quarts, this Dutch oven is on the bigger side, but the oval shape means it can easily fit a whole chicken for roasting, along with a bed of root vegetables (like potatoes and carrots and onions). And for just $252, it’s actually cheaper than a round 5.5-quart Le Creuset Dutch oven.
This percale cotton duvet cover is also on sale at Tuft & Needle, part of their sitewide sale, which includes new color ways like this sage green.
Take an extra 30 percent off already-on-sale picks at Madewell with the code SWEETDEAL, including this baby-doll dress that’s as easy to slip on as a nightgown but looks a touch more put-together.
If you’re looking for a new hobby, or a faster-yet-still-socially-distant way to run errands, perhaps now is the time to pick up a (on-sale) cruiser bike from L.L. Bean.
A cheery, but not-too-loud, Marimekko apron, for all your new cooking adventures (and to keep your sweatsuit as stain-free as possible for as long as possible).
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