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With discounts for your home, wardrobe, and pets, there’s truly something for everyone in our end-of-week sales-bin sweep — which includes a TikTok-viral toner for clearer skin, a plush dog sweater for off-leash hours, and a Strategist-tested keyboard that’s slim, responsive, and “completely quiet.” (If nothing below catches your eye, there are even more deals to be shopped in our email newsletter.)
Now that the weather’s warming up, swap out your down-filled duvet for this lightweight linen quilt — now on sale in all sizes and colorways.
Pair it with these cottagecore floral sheets made from a soft, durable linen blend.
Woven with quick-drying cotton, this hand-knit bath mat will stand up to even the toughest bathroom mold.
Here’s a French-made ceramic baking dish that’s just the right size for desserts and sides — and it ships for free.
It’s not every day we find an actually attractive laptop desk for under $100.
Lots of Ray-Ban sunglasses are on sale over at Amazon, including this ’90s-inspired pair from the brand’s transition “Evolve” line. The lenses change from dark to clear as you move indoors, so you never have to take them off.
Strategist tech writer Jordan Bowman says the keys on this Logitech wireless keyboard — designed in collaboration with Line Friends — feel responsive yet are “completely quiet.”
Because BHAs work to remove dead cells on the surface of your skin and exfoliate the pore’s lining, Strategist beauty columnist Rio Viera-Newton turns to this salicylic-acid-based exfoliating toner (beloved by skin-care gurus such as Hyram, Sacheu, and Gothamista) for busting her persistent blackheads. It’s now 20 percent off (along with other select skin care at Paula’s Choice) and ships for free.
Everything (yes, everything) is 40 percent off at statusy baby brand Hanna Andersson. We think this caterpillar-print onesie is sure to be a hit at your next baby shower.
As would this cheery sunblock swimsuit made from recycled nylon. Because it’s durable and fade-resistant, it’ll last much longer than a growing toddler can fit it.
Use this oversize tote from L.A.-based streetwear brand Bricks & Wood to carry your laundry, beach gear, gym clothes, and everything in between.
Groomer Ronnie Peterson says both he and his boyfriend use Ursa Major’s shaving cream for a close shave without the irritation. It’s “really thick and moisturizing and non-lathering,” he says. Plus it’s easy to apply and mess-free.
This dog sweater from Barefoot Dreams — known for its plush baby cardigans and extra-soft blankets — will keep your dog cozy (and distinguished) during off-leash hours.
Lots of spring-appropriate styles (for the East Coast, that is) are deeply discounted over at Everlane. This gathered-cuff button-up, for instance, is now on sale in black, light blue, and the white shown.
Layer this cotton crewneck over a tank or tee during early morning walks or chilly evenings this spring. (And while it may not be sweater weather where you are, it certainly might be in your overly air-conditioned office.)
At $105 for machine-washable merino wool, this rugby-style polo sweater is a truly excellent deal.
And if you’re still using your Series 2, Walmart is offering $70 off select Series 7 Apple Watches through Sunday. Along with improved, all-day battery life, this model can monitor heart rate, track daily activity, and sync to your music library.
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