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Black Friday (whatever that means) is still technically a ways away, but the sales out there are already quite excellent. We rounded up the best discounted throw blankets, Sunday Riley gift sets, tie-dye sweatpants, winter puffers, and polka-dotted bath towels below.

Pretty much the entire home and furniture department at Anthropologie is 20 percent off right now, so we are going to take this time to highlight a few gems, like this cozy buffalo-plaid throw from Lands Downunder.

This couch right here came in second place as one of the best couches you can buy for under $2,000. It’s sleek, nappable, and George Smith–esque.

If that weren’t enough, there’s a beauty sale at Anthropologie too — this Sunday Riley gift set features a quartet of the cult skin-care brand’s all-stars: Good Genes, C.E.O. Vitamin C Brightening Serum, Luna Sleeping Night Oil, and the Tidal Brightening Enzyme Water Cream.

We’ve sung the praises of the Cooluli before, but here’s a refresher: This mini–makeup fridge is meant to keep your skin-care products from going bad, and is also for those who’d rather not have their Good Genes smell like last night’s Thai takeout.

When will we shut up about the Everlane Choose-What-You-Pay section? When there are no more $50 cashmere sweaters that’s when.

In case it got lost in the shuffle, just wanted to reiterate that almost the entire Backcountry site is 20 percent off. This Patagonia duffel is Chris Black–approved.

It’s expensive … but when we asked hikers, stylists, and retail experts about the best rain jackets for men, the Beta AR from rarely-on-sale Arc’teryx came highly regarded for its versatility.

Since we’ve already noted that the sales at Barneys liquidation sale are not amazing we will not devote a ton of ink to them here, but will note that this may be your only chance to find a discount (of any sort) on a Rimowa suitcase.

There’s a Friends & Family sale over at Macy’s, which means it’s a good time to pick up some Calvins.

Urban Outfitters is having a coat sale, wherein fleeces, flannels, puffers, and jackets are 30 percent off, like this Sandy Liang–esque fleece from Herschel Supply Co.

Wear this Snow Peak number as a cardigan, a jacket on its own, or underneath a less-warm coat when it’s particularly freezing out.

Even though there’s not a full-blown sale event at & Other Stories, there are still some great deals to be had in its sales bin, like these Chelsea boots for those looking to dabble in the square-toe trend.

At Madewell, a bunch of shoes and sweaters are 25 percent off — like these black flats we wrote about in a Don’t Dillydally.

The same sale applies to already-on-sale sweaters and shoes like this chunky mock-neck sweater that may, as its description suggests, “let everyone assume you’ve got a second home in the Scottish countryside.”

There are a bunch of Daily Deals at Amazon we want to mention, but since they’re on sale today (Friday) only, we’re sticking them here at the bottom. A whole slew of Hasbro games are 30 percent off, including the ones you grew up playing like Operation, Yahtzee, Boggle, Twister, but there are some newfangled ones as well, like Ms. Monopoly (which the Cut wrote about) as well as this highly giftable Game of Thrones–themed edition.

VTech — the brand responsible for our 14-month-old son’s musical walker that he loves, but truly haunts our dreams — does really know what the toddlers like. And there’s a bunch of it on sale, including this light-up, musical activity cube that will be able to occupy your baby for a while. And as one reviewer said: “What’s nice about this is that the volume can be OFF and there’s still plenty for the child to interact with.”

Lastly, for those who’d rather avoid the hassle of a real-life, pine-needle-shedding Christmas tree, there are a slew of artificial ones on sale, including this 7.5-footer.

The Strategist is designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our latest conquests include the best acne treatments, rolling luggage, pillows for side sleepers, natural anxiety remedies, and bath towels. We update links when possible, but note that deals can expire and all prices are subject to change.

Every product is independently selected by (obsessive) editors. Things you buy through our links may earn us a commission.

Every product is independently selected by (obsessive) editors. Things you buy through our links may earn New York a commission.

Black Friday (whatever that means) is still technically a ways away, but the sales out there are already quite excellent. We rounded up the best discounted throw blankets, Sunday Riley gift sets, tie-dye sweatpants, winter puffers, and polka-dotted bath towels below.

Pretty much the entire home and furniture department at Anthropologie is 20 percent off right now, so we are going to take this time to highlight a few gems, like this cozy buffalo-plaid throw from Lands Downunder.

This couch right here came in second place as one of the best couches you can buy for under $2,000. It’s sleek, nappable, and George Smith–esque.

If that weren’t enough, there’s a beauty sale at Anthropologie too — this Sunday Riley gift set features a quartet of the cult skin-care brand’s all-stars: Good Genes, C.E.O. Vitamin C Brightening Serum, Luna Sleeping Night Oil, and the Tidal Brightening Enzyme Water Cream.

We’ve sung the praises of the Cooluli before, but here’s a refresher: This mini–makeup fridge is meant to keep your skin-care products from going bad, and is also for those who’d rather not have their Good Genes smell like last night’s Thai takeout.

When will we shut up about the Everlane Choose-What-You-Pay section? When there are no more $50 cashmere sweaters that’s when.

In case it got lost in the shuffle, just wanted to reiterate that almost the entire Backcountry site is 20 percent off. This Patagonia duffel is Chris Black–approved.

It’s expensive … but when we asked hikers, stylists, and retail experts about the best rain jackets for men, the Beta AR from rarely-on-sale Arc’teryx came highly regarded for its versatility.

Since we’ve already noted that the sales at Barneys liquidation sale are not amazing we will not devote a ton of ink to them here, but will note that this may be your only chance to find a discount (of any sort) on a Rimowa suitcase.

There’s a Friends & Family sale over at Macy’s, which means it’s a good time to pick up some Calvins.

Urban Outfitters is having a coat sale, wherein fleeces, flannels, puffers, and jackets are 30 percent off, like this Sandy Liang–esque fleece from Herschel Supply Co.

Wear this Snow Peak number as a cardigan, a jacket on its own, or underneath a less-warm coat when it’s particularly freezing out.

Even though there’s not a full-blown sale event at & Other Stories, there are still some great deals to be had in its sales bin, like these Chelsea boots for those looking to dabble in the square-toe trend.

At Madewell, a bunch of shoes and sweaters are 25 percent off — like these black flats we wrote about in a Don’t Dillydally.

The same sale applies to already-on-sale sweaters and shoes like this chunky mock-neck sweater that may, as its description suggests, “let everyone assume you’ve got a second home in the Scottish countryside.”

There are a bunch of Daily Deals at Amazon we want to mention, but since they’re on sale today (Friday) only, we’re sticking them here at the bottom. A whole slew of Hasbro games are 30 percent off, including the ones you grew up playing like Operation, Yahtzee, Boggle, Twister, but there are some newfangled ones as well, like Ms. Monopoly (which the Cut wrote about) as well as this highly giftable Game of Thrones–themed edition.

VTech — the brand responsible for our 14-month-old son’s musical walker that he loves, but truly haunts our dreams — does really know what the toddlers like. And there’s a bunch of it on sale, including this light-up, musical activity cube that will be able to occupy your baby for a while. And as one reviewer said: “What’s nice about this is that the volume can be OFF and there’s still plenty for the child to interact with.”

Lastly, for those who’d rather avoid the hassle of a real-life, pine-needle-shedding Christmas tree, there are a slew of artificial ones on sale, including this 7.5-footer.

The Strategist is designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our latest conquests include the best acne treatments, rolling luggage, pillows for side sleepers, natural anxiety remedies, and bath towels. We update links when possible, but note that deals can expire and all prices are subject to change.

Every product is independently selected by (obsessive) editors. Things you buy through our links may earn us a commission.


Post time: Nov-21-2019