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If New York Fashion Week’s street style or the unseasonably warm weather inspired you to revamp your closet, you’re in luck, because there are plenty of things on sale this week.
As we ramp up to this long weekend, here are ten good excuses to do some shopping.
We could go on and on about this handy microcurrent tool that gives you chiseled cheekbones. You can grab it now for 25 percent off (with code CELEBRATE) and try if for yourself. It can be used a few times a week for lasting results that might make you stop looking into buccal fat removal.
For those in need of a pick-me-up this week, consider Rhode’s psychedelic-print knitwear. This pattern is available (and on sale) on a handful of garments — like this fun top you can wear with jeans.
Anima Iris’s structured bags have long been on our wish list. The bags, spotted on celebs like Beyoncé, are made with handcrafted leather in Senegal. They’re available in several punchy colors and shapes, but we’re partial to this mint shoulder bag that makes the perfect going-out bag and is more than 50 percent off.
Don’t underestimate the power of a good pair of track pants. These classic pants from Adidas can be dressed down with sneakers for weekend errands and the gym or dressed up with heels — if you’re bold enough. Ask yourself, “What would Rihanna wear?” and style accordingly.
Just because it’s warm doesn’t mean you can’t wear these over-the-knee boots with a skirt or shorts. In fact, we encourage it. These very sleek, tall boots are easy to style and, without a high heel, they’re even easier to wear. And you can get them in wide-calf sizes!
You can never have enough crisp cotton shirts — especially in a silhouette this good. Everlane’s boxy Oxford is perfect for layering over tank tops and tees.
If you’re up for a surprise, consider Universal Standard’s mystery-box event — you can save up to 88 percent on athleisure, dresses, loungewear, and more through February 22.
These vintage-wash jeans from L.A.-based brand Etica look and feel almost as good as a worn-in thrifted pair, and they’re sustainable.