There’s nothing more thrilling than landing on the perfect dresser, sofa, planter, or silverware and finding out that—score!—it’s on sale. But that chase takes work. Thankfully we’ve scoured the Internet for you to unearth the best end-of-season sales of the week.
Bosquet Pillow, Crate & Barrel ($26.97, was $49.95)
No one on Team Domino could believe the price of this 100 percent cotton houndstooth pillow when I dropped it in our Slack channel. If you already have a pillow insert, go for the cover-only option and knock that price tag down even lower.
Dish It Out
Enamel Bowl, Hay ($10, was $25)
This bowl is the perfect size for a big salad (lettuce won’t fly out when you toss in the dressing) or to style fresh produce in and leave on your counter. Plus nothing beats the durability of enamelware.
Party Pajama Set with Feathers, The Sleeper ($203, was $290)
The celeb-approved pj’s we’ve been lusting over all winter long are almost $100 off. Not a bad deal, considering loungewear is the new workwear.
Staub Cast Iron 3.5 Qt. Braiser, West Elm ($149.50, was $250)
Shakshuka just got chicer. Straight from France, Staub is one of our favorite go-to luxe cookware brands. Snag a pan now so that next winter you can actually tackle that endless list of saved one-pot recipes.
Pioneer Heritage Pieced Quilt Set, Pendleton ($180, was $259)
It’s no secret that quilts are trending, and Pendleton makes some of the best. This one feels particularly reminiscent of Raf Simons’s Calvin Klein collection from a few years back, which makes us love it even more.
Heidi Espresso Tall Boot, Loeffler Randall ($390, was $650)
Fingers crossed that next winter allows for a bit more outfit creativity. Until then, these tall leather boots, now 40 percent off, will make even a trip to the grocery store feel special.
Hybrid Sherpa Jacket, ($79.99, was $175)
If you’ve yet to find that perfect vintage military liner jacket, look no further than the sale rack at Madewell. Stylist-approved tip: Order it a few sizes up for a more effortless, boyfriend look.
Puffin Bag, Simon Miller ($210, was $420)
The name (Puffin!) is almost as cute as the bag itself. In a satisfying shape and timeless color (and at a rarely-this-low price), this is the kind of no-brainer piece you’ll reach for day after day.
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