18 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Rains to Lulu and Georgia
the Strategist’s deals editor, who's been covering sales since 2018. Previously, she was the shop editor for Dwell.
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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.
In this, our weekly Friday super-roundup, some cozy sweaters and fleece jackets for autumn, expert-approved cat toys, and the Le Creuset teakettle of your cottagecore dreams. Shop all the best discounts here, and sign up for our email newsletter for even more picks.
Makeup artist Min Min Ma says she often reaches for this Jane Iredale cream blush since it’s “not too oily or dry and gives the right amount of glow.” It’s 20 percent off with the code JANE20 through September 18.
Our investigation into the best gifts for cats found that feeder toys are an easy way to keep indoor cats active and entertained. One vet recommended this mouse-shaped one to “engage your cat’s inner predator.”
Strategist contributor Laura Perciasepe stacks wardrobe staples on this alternative to the dreaded “clothes chair.” “It holds shirts I wear a lot, the three black dresses I wear again and again to work, and, well, bras,” she says. “Everything gets its own rung.” It’s on sale in a Food52-exclusive gray.
And to test out the effectiveness of said remover: a Strategist-approved ultrablack mascara. As someone with incredibly fine eyelashes, I’ve found that this works well even without an eyelash curler — and stays put for hours.