A trio of The Body Shop face masks for only $5, under $40 Uniqlo jeans, 15% off at Journelle, a deeply discounted Kat Von D - Formula X collaboration and more lead Monday’s best lifestyle deals.
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If you’ve never tried Uniqlo’s jeans, now’s your chance. Grab your choice of denim for under $40, in practically any wash you could think of. Even try out a pair of white jeans if you’re feeling daring, or go high-waisted. For $35, it’s worth a try.
I’m such a sucker for new things from The Body Shop. I’m a devotee of the Vitamin C line (and I think you should be too) and with the launch of their new Expert Facial Masks, I may have found my new nirvana. While the jars will run you $28, you can grab three individual one-use packs for only $5.
The best part of these packettes is that since these guys are new, you don’t need to drop $30 on something you may not like. The packs come in Himalayan Charcoal, Ethiopian Honey, and British Rose and they’re normally $2.50, so basically you’re buying two and getting one free.
I won’t lie; I had no idea this collaboration existed but now I am so happy I found it. This Formula x - Kat von D Beauty collab includes three mini KVD Studded Kiss Lipsticks in Lovecraft, BauHau5, and Homegirl and three corresponding (read: exact formula replicas) nail polishes from Formula X, for only $15 (which is 50% off retail).
You can also grab an individual color duo with your choice of 6 colors for half off as well, bringing it down to only $8.
Iced coffee is a brilliant way to sell people ice for the price of coffee (which is mostly water to begin with). Cold brew on the other hand is a different process that results in less acidity, among other benefits, and you can do it yourself at home with this top-selling Takeya, now down to $18 on Amazon.
This non-coffee drinker bought one of these a couple months ago, and I’m absolutely in love with it. All you have to do is fill the basket with ground coffee, fill the container with water, and let it steep overnight in the fridge. The resulting coffee concentrate needs to be watered down, so one batch should last you several days.
Amazon’s listed slightly lower prices on a few occasions, but $18 is still several dollars less than its usual going rate.
We keep posting copper string light deals, and you guys keep buying them, so here are four more.
First up, here’s a 20' strand from Kohree with a solar panel, so you don’t have to plug them in.
Next up, here’s a pair of 10', USB-powered strands that would work well indoors.
And finally, here’s an extra long 72' solar-powered strand for $13, in two different color temperatures.
Journelle should already be on your radar, and if it isn’t, 15% off when you use the code SUMMERLOVE should help. Good bras (read: bras that are supportive, comfortable, and attractive) are rarely under $50. But with the sale going on, you end up with brands like Dita Von Teese, L’Agent, Stella McCartney and more for prices that rival VS, but are much, much better. Plus, unlike the Victoria’s Secret trips of yonder years, if your boobs are bigger than a DD cup, you’ll actually find something.
Even if you’re not the biggest Kate Spade fan, you’ll be able to find something in the vast sea of polka dots and stripes that is the 75% off Surprise Sale. There are so many styles and colors to choose from that even if you were kind of wanting a new bag (or wallet, or passport holder, or dress), this sale will convince you that you definitely need one.
FYI: You do have to enter your email address, but getting emails from them is also the only way to find out when the next surprise sale will be.
Lilly Pulitzer, synonymous with bright colors and bold patters, is up to 50% off thanks to Amazon’s Gold Box. Ladies Who Lunch, rejoice! All the tropical printed tunics and floral shorts you could ever need are marked down so that you can stock up. But you’d better hurry, because as are all Gold Boxes, this is a one-day only thing.
Anthropologie consistently churns out adorable clothing, and with 40% off sale items, you can also look consistently adorable. The 40% goes towards sweaters and tunics, and tons of really great home goods and accessories.
A lot of Free People’s denim is over $200, which in my opinion is too much for jeans. But a few hidden gems (most of them Levi’s) are mixed in, and with 25% off all denim right now, you can grab a unique pair of jeans for about $50.
I currently have 10 things in my cart as I write this post. The ModCloth sale is up to 60% off and is full of all the cutest, vintage-inspired dresses and tops and shoes. Get really, really awesome things for whatever including cocktail dresses, heels, and even home goods. Okay, now it’s 11.
I really, really love when brands make up sale names, just to give their discounts a theme. Use the code YESPLEASE at Madewell and get 25% off full-price “Yes, Please” styles. Do not ask me what a “Yes, Please” style is; I cannot for the life of me make a guess.
The best part of not actually going back to school is participating in all of the back to school sales. Take Levi’s, for example. They’re marking down select new men’s and women’s styles up to 40% off. And you don’t have to be in school (or pretend you are) to get in on the discounts.
The best pair of jeans I ever bought were BDG jeans from Urban Outfitters. They lasted me through high school and into college before basically disintegrating. Now’s your chance to find your own best pair of jeans with $20 off all BDG brand jeans at Urban.
Benefit Cosmetics is by far one of my favorite makeup brands. The products are high-quality and the packaging is one-of-a-kind. I know I’ll be stocking up during their SALE-abration, with up to 50% off some really awesome limited edition sets and free shipping with the code SHIP25. You’d better too.
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