High-visibility apparel and gear at L.L.Bean, extra discounts at Madewell, BOGO 50% off bras, bralettes, and sleepwear from Aerie, and more lead Thursday’s best lifestyle deals.
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If you’re a night runner (as a lot of people are), getting the right gear to make sure you can continue to night run is a big deal. If you need some high visibility apparel and gear, L.L.Bean is taking 20% off all of it.
The Body Shop isn’t just for great smelling body lotions and bridal shower gifts. The skin care at The Body Shop is low key amazing. I’ve tried most of the Vitamin C line and I highly recommend it. Get 40% off sitewide right now, plus a free hand cream when you spend $50.
The Tea Tree line is the most popular, with Vitamin C right behind (which I wrote about over here). I just stumbled on their new Atlantic Seaweed Gel Cream that seems like it could be life-changing with its “aquatic” scent and oceanic material, but it’s unfortunately not included in the sale.
Ole Henriksen, in my opinion, is the gold standard of easy skin care. Out of all the non-drugstore brands, I own and use the most Ole Henriksen products (including the Truth Serum and Sheer Transformation pictured). And with 20% off when you use the code FRIENDS, you can stock up on your favorite products, or try something new.
Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but we’ve got two new deals on LED string lights today. $9 gets you a strand with 30 solar powered globe-style bulbs, or you can opt for a standard 33' copper strand for $10. Just be sure to note the promo codes below.
Nothing beats a massage after a tough day at work, and this $28 pillow includes four rotating massage nodes, infrared heating, and even an included car adapter so you can use it during your commute home. Now you won’t have to debase yourself by using the massage chairs at your local Brookstone.
Pint glasses are nature’s perfect drinking vessels for any kind of cold beverage, and Amazon will sell you 10 for just $13 right now. Cheers to that.
Unlike a lot of stones, the highly rated Emile Henry granite pizza stone includes handles for easy removal from the oven, and is even dishwasher safe. It normally sells for $45-$55, but today only, you can snag it for $33 as part of a Gold Box deal. I wouldn’t be surprised if this one sold out early, so go lock in your order before this deal burns itself out.
Bath & Body Works has a deal happening practically every day, but this isn’t one to miss. Not only can you mix-and-match two medium-sized candles for $20, add the code FA162856 and you’ll get one of those candles for free, while still getting the other for only $10.
Every time that there’s a sale at Madewell, it’s hard to resist not just buying things I don’t need because they’re priced so well. I need everything in the picture above, and you should spend the day shopping, because with the code EXTRASALE, you’ll get an extra 30% off really pretty sale styles.
Aerie has kind of dominated the easy, simple undergarments space for a while now (not to mention the anti-Photoshop pledge). So when they havea BOGO 50% off sale on bras, bralettes, sleepwear, and accessories like socks, hats and scarves, you’d better believe my cart has 14 things in it.
PUMA’s not-so-private Private Sale is full of shoes, activewear, and loungewear for up to 75% off. Whether you’re looking to expand your sneaker collection, or just really need a new pair of leggings, with prices like these, there’s no excuse not to pounce on whatever you’re hunting for.
Whether you wear TOMS for the ease of never having to tie your shoes, or you are into their philanthropic background, this is one deal you should take advantage of. Use the code TOMSFAM and get 15% off your entire purchase (with some exclusions). Plus, they’ve come a long way from just simple, canvas slip-ons. Now you have a real reason to throw out your old, gross ones.
Previously, the discounts at GAP hadn’t included their jeans, which is a shame because they’re great at denim. But this time, when you use the code FALL, you’ll knock 40% off your entire purchase, and denim is included.
A few other things to consider: the 40% off works on GAP’s pretty large (up to 60% off) sale section and at it also stretches to Banana Republic and Old Navy. Plus, the shopping bag you load up to stuff will stay with you across those sites so that you can purchase multiple things from all three stores without having to check out a million times.
Ann Taylor once again proves it’s not shy to follow trends. And now you can get up to an extra 60% off sale styles at their giant one-day, online only Flash Sale. There are some really awesome work staples, but also a great selection of trendier pieces you never thought you’d see there. And everything is under $100.
You know those stores that just seem to have everything at the perfect price and always in stock in your size? No, me neither. Except when Revolve has a sale. The online retailer has an unparalleled amount of brands on the site and all the ones you know and love are reduced up to 50% off right now.
Halloween is coming, and if you want to stock up on spooky and/or geeky holiday props, now’s your chance. Get up to 60% of select items at ThinkGeek, including a plethora of Halloween-ready decorations and masks.
Topshop is taking up to 50% off select items, which means everything from bomber jackets to mules are discounted. You could probably get a whole new wardrobe for an absurdly low price. And because Topshop goes the way of trends, you won’t end up spending way too much money on something you may not wear next year.
Another day, another ASOS sale. This time, it’s up to 70% off but only for a limited time. It has practically every kind of clothing you could possible want or need marked down, from petite to tall to plus. Even shoes and outerwear are on sale.
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