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The Best Sales to Shop for Last-Minute Gifts
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This is the last big weekend to shop before the holidays, so for this week’s sales roundup, we’ve pulled a few great giftables, broken down by category. There are plenty of places selling the usual scarves, sweaters, and beanies at a discount, but there are some other more unique finds: Fivestory has cute bag stickers — yes, stickers for your bags — that are $30 a pop, and Modcloth is selling what might be the most perfect watch.

Related, here’s a list of the cut-off shipping dates for some of our favorite retailers, to make sure your gifts arrive before Christmas. Because a late gift is almost as bad as no gift at all. Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director


For the fitness fanatic

Head to Athleta for up to 75% off final sale items, including swim. Snag the Cotton Exhale pant for $29.97, or the Revelation Tights for $39.90. Or, pop by Carbon38’s winter sale for up to 70% off, which includes this Sundry Open Front Coat Jacket ($118) and the Solow Stiletto Mesh Leggings ($63).

For the person who needs a new sweater or hat

Save up to 25% off of your entire purchase at Madewell this weekend with special holiday code LATEBIRD. This great Bell-Sleeve Ribbed Turtleneck Sweater is $49.99, and this Penfield Beanie is $19.99 in select colors.

For cute accessories

Fivestory is hosting a sale that’s up to 60% off, and while a lot of the clothes are still pretty expensive, some of the accessories are not. Check out these Anya Hindmarch zodiac stickers  ($30 each) and the Mary Katrantzou Pink Heart and Red Cowboy scarves ($72 each). Over at Modcloth, take 25% off of purchases that are $100 or more — here’s an Olivia Burton Brown and Rose Gold Watch for $86.99 to get you more than three-quarters of the way there.

For yourself

I mean, you gotta treat yourself, too. Select Reformation dresses, jumpsuits, and bodysuits are marked down up to 40% off (this very small Moss Two-Piece Set is just $83, and the flowy Gertrude Dress is $174).

Tanya Taylor is also hosting its first online sample sale. A few good picks: the striped Katie Skirt ($115), the Cara Top ($95), and this very cool tie-waist Jia Jia Top (also $95). Plus, there are more than 100 new sale items at Theory that are marked down up to 40% off, like this Fur Collared Peacoat for $717 (down from $1,195).


For the coolest dude in your life

Even if the words Off-White, Gosha Rubchinskiy, and Richardson mean nothing to you, I promise the in-the-know guy in your life will appreciate these 40% off items from Union Los Angeles. Specifically, check out the Off-White Tonal Cornelly Hooded Sweatshirt ($376), the Gosha Rubchinskiy x Reebok Workout Plus Sneakers ($91), and this Richardson Mag American Standard T-Shirt ($32).

For the sneakerhead

Oh snap, End. is taking up to 70% off select styles. The super-hyped up releases are long gone, but you can still get Nike Air Max 90 Ultra SEs ($85), Adidas Stan Smith OG Primeknits ($55), NikeLab Air Max 1 Pinnacles ($99), and some Nike Flyknit Racers ($105) at more affordable prices.

Notre’s sale is no slouch in the sneaker department either. Find heavily discounted Adidas Tubular Dooms ($99.99), the Nike Air Max QS ($89.99), and Y-3 Qasa Highs ($200, marked down from $400).

For the guy who needs something nice for work

East Dane is taking an extra 30% off things that are already on sale — just use the code EXTRA30 if you know a guy who needs dress shoes from Cole Haan ($196), luxe sneakers from Vince ($177), a solid OCBD from Gitman Vintage ($108), or a real standard Club Monaco Plaid Shirt ($55). Vince also has quality button-ups ($135), sweaters ($147), T-shirts ($39 to $65), and coats ($477) on sale.

How to Wear Holiday Metallics Without Looking Obnoxious
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Wearing metallics around the holiday season isn’t a groundbreaking trend by any means. Once November hits, every retailer pulls out the gleaming, high-shine wares, which is great if your goal for the night is to stand out — or twin with the New Year’s Eve ball. But what if it’s not?

For the more subdued types who still want to participate in the fun, accessories are the perfect way to dabble in metallics without going all-out. From shoes to bags, watches to earrings, and even sunglasses, we’ve rounded up some of the best.

See our favorite metallic accessories here >>
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