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Cyber Monday Sales You Can Still Shop This Weekend
Glittery boot.

This year, Black Friday sales began as early as the Tuesday before, and Cyber Monday sales began on Saturday and Sunday. The point is that the traditional retail calendar is dead and gone. And if you didn't shop over the holiday weekend, that's totally fine; plenty of sales are very much still happening. 

One of the best, I'd say, is Net-a-Porter's fall clearance sale, which is where I bought these very out-of-character Michael Michael Kors thigh-high boots. My look this fall is very much jeans and a turtleneck, so these very tall black leather boots are a bit of an outlier in my closet right now. And even though I'm trying to not buy stuff that I don't need, I couldn't pass these up for $175. When I wear them, I feel like what I imagine Rihanna feels like every day. Honestly, I'd pay full price for that feeling. —Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

Women's Picks

Net-a-Porter's fall sale is still going, with a discount of up to 50% off a ton of high-end designers. For shoes, Sam Edelman boots are largely under $100 (these Chelsea boots are just $75, and these brown knee-high boots are $85) and these Michael Michael Kors over-the-knee leather boots (now $175) are half their original price. For something a bit more festive, check out these Marc Jacobs glitter booties (now $198).

Target is having a few separate sales online right now, and one of them is 40% off sweaters. This colorblocked pullover is now $32.40, and this mock-neck sweater is just $13.80. And if you're looking specifically for an ugly Christmas sweater, there are tons of those for super cheap.

If you missed Sephora's Black Friday sale, there are still plenty of things to snatch up now that are super giftable, like the Glitter Happy Brush Set (now $59, from $85), Benefit's Sexy on the Run Kit (now $19, from $32), and Smashbox's Master Class Palette (now $45, from $65).

Nadaam, the men's and women's cashmere brand, is offering 40% off orders with the code FRIDAY. Best sellers include the Anchorage Cashmere Scarf (on sale for $93), the Lavolta Silk Cashmere Sweater Tee (on sale for $59.40), and the Surmount Cashmere Crewneck (on sale for $119.40).

Men's Picks

Unionmade is taking an additional 20% off all sale items, so long as you throw the code EXTRA20 in the correct box. That's a pretty good excuse to buy five things: the Unionmade x United Arrows Size Zip Crew Neck Sweater ($70); the Haversack Leaf Print Long Shirt With Banded Collar ($102); Our Legacy Stripe Piquet Polo ($65); Levi's Vintage Clothing 1970s Batwing Tee ($36); and this Beams+ Border Tee ($40).

Oki-Ni's fall/winter sale is on with 50% off items that are actually in season, like an Acne Wool Sweater ($210), a Saturdays NYC Ivory Hoodie ($68), and an Ami Navy Shearling Collar Jacket ($407). Oh, and these Maison Margiela White Leather Slip-On Sneakers ($347).

Club Monaco is a great place to stock up on nice sweaters and outerwear and, — wouldn't you know it — that's exactly what's on sale this weekend. You can take 30% off both using the code BUNDLEUP. Here's a great boucle crewneck that's on sale for $105, and a navy puffer on sale for $231.

In Defense of Dansko Clogs, the Most Polarizing Shoe
Dansko Clogs

When I first moved to New York City, my first jobs were as a sales associate at the now-defunct Borders, a counter service waitress at a restaurant on the Upper West Side, and an unpaid intern at a fashion magazine (and yes, I held them all at the same time). All three were fairly physically demanding and required me to be on my feet for long periods of time.

On any given day, I’d be hauling vats of foodstuffs up and down the stairs; ringing up customers or re-shelving endless stacks of books; or schlepping heavy garment bags across the city. Even then as a nimble 21-year-old, I felt the physical (and emotional) weight of these long hours sink down into the soles of my flat feet — and into the flat insoles of my Chuck Taylors.

At the recommendation of my restaurant coworker (who was pregnant at the time, no less), I invested in a pair of Dansko Professional Clogs. She promised they were going to offer better support. They turned out to be life-changing.

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One of the best gifts I have received was a monogrammed towel from L.L.Bean. Instead of my initials or my name, my friend had "STIFLER" embroidered on it. (My high school nickname was Stifler because it is similar to St. Lifer, and everyone loves Stifler from American Pie.) Nothing beats a one-of-a-kind present!

This year, I'm making all of my gifts personal by hitting up Lot, Stock, and Barrel in Los Angeles. The vintage shop also provides custom chain-stitching. You can go to one of its two LA stores, buy a denim jacket, and have any name embroidered on it. It's thoughtful and makes everyone feel like they're in some exclusive and cool club.

Check out the rest of our non-gift guide picks here. Want to make donations your gift of choice instead? We've got you covered on that front too.

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