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The Best After-Christmas Sales to Shop Right Now

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What to buy — and how much you’ll save — at our favorite retailers today

The day after Christmas is one of the big retail holidays, coming in behind heavy hitters like Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But that doesn’t mean the deals aren’t good — stores know that you probably got some cash or gift cards from your parents over the holidays, or at the very least, a check from grandma.

Below is our list of the places worth shopping today, with suggestions on what to buy at each. But keep checking back — we’ll update the site throughout the day.

Photo: LD Tuttle
Photo: LD Tuttle

At Shopbop, take 25% off all sale items with the code TREATYOURSELF. (That means things are marked down up to 75% off from their original retail prices.) If you need practical stuff, there’s a ton of underwear on sale from Calvin Klein, Hanky Panky, and Cosabella, as well as denim from Levi’s, Frame, DL 1961, and more. A lot of the bags are going fast, but it’s worth scrolling through for things like the Rebecca Minkoff Mara Saddle Bag (now $206.50) and Mini Leo Tote (now $136.50), and this great everyday Botkier Bowery Tote (now $148.80).

Over at COS, take 30% to 50% off workwear and denim. This Oversize High-Neck Dress is just $41, the Skinny-Fit Cropped Jeans are $30, and these Slip-On Suede Shoes in a powder pink are $88.

Grana’s holiday sale is billed as the “No-Markup Sale,” which means exactly what it says: Everything’s the price it would be, minus the markup. If you need sweaters, this is where you should shop today: The Merino Crewneck is just $31, the Cashmere V-Neck is $40, and the Merino Mock Neck is $32.

Creatures of Comfort KENDRICK
Photo: Creatures of Comfort

Creatures of Comfort is hosting an up-to-60%-off sale today with some really good outerwear and cold-weather accessories up for grabs, like the long Kendrick Jacket ($455) and the Chenille Short Gloves ($84). A few favorites in the dress section include this Mockneck Dress ($140) and this incredible silk Marlene Slip Dress ($130).

It’s Boxing Day in the UK, but you can participate stateside by taking up to 50% off at ASOS’s holiday sale. A few things to get you started from the shoe section: the silver Magical Loafers ($18.04), the black patent leather Chelsea Boots ($30.82), and the suede block-heel Simone Heels ($24.80).

Reformation’s sale page has a lot of velvet on it if you’re still trying to find something to wear for New Year’s Eve (or just really love velvet). Both the Silas Dress and Irving Dress are on sale for $174, and the Chemise, available in four different colors, is $149. If you have a wedding coming up, the flowy Bennett Dress is marked down to $174, and the Isabella Dress is just $116.

A smaller deal but on great stuff, Of a Kind is offering 35% off Editions with the code EDGEOFSEVENTEEN. These Howlite Deco Studs by Dream Collective will be $91, this Marigot Sleep Shirt will be $58.50, this Silver Aurora Band by Tilda Biehn will be $135, and these Orly Genger by Jaclyn Mayer Half Moon Earrings will be $42.25.

The shoe brand LD Tuttle is having a big sale through January 3rd, where you can take 60% off the fall collection. The over-the-knee Torch Boots are $597 (from $995), and The Sky ankle boots are $317 (from $635). The boots pictured above are $375.

Re/Done is offering up to 60% off a ton of jeans, so if distressed vintage denim is your thing, you’ll definitely want to check out this sale. (One handy feature: You can sort by size.) Prices today are generally in the low- to mid-hundreds. And if you don’t need jeans, this 1960s Striped Slim Turtleneck ($63) is great.

Click here for updates sales through the day >>
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A Short, Probably Incomplete List of Things I Bought Because I Edited Pieces About Them This Year

By Meredith Haggerty

Look, dear Racked reader, I ask you: What would you do if you read about nice things all day?

For the most part, in my capacity as senior editor at this website, I try to remain both 1) a fashion outsider (couldn’t really change that if I tried) and 2) annoyingly untrusting, at least when it comes to dealing with brands. Brands are (still) not our friends. When you’re editing retail business stories or critiques of the culture, you don’t want publicists in your ear, sending you free stuff, no matter how much you love stuff. I ignore a lot of emails (sorry), I don’t get a lot of packages, and I have definitely told more than one writer to “follow the money!” in complete earnest.

And it doesn’t end there, with the basic journalistic integrity I’m supposed to have for work. I’m actively concerned, especially now, about our societal and my individual overconsumption, enjoy giving long lectures about “societal implications,” and I really enjoy rolling my eyes and feeling superior when things are hideously expensive (I see you Vetements, and I don’t think your whole thing is fun at all). I can be a bit of a prig, tbth.

But also this year I bought a dead cow carcass jacket that costs a normal/responsible person’s rent, because I read about it in a story I was editing. So.

Here’s a year in review of great pieces of writing and the possibly suspect purchases they inspired, all of which I love. >>
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The $1 Korean Skincare Pouches That Will Save Your Skin This Winter
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Aritaum Moisture Pouch Pack, $1

It took me at least 25 years to realize I have dry skin, and that you can simultaneously have dry skin and zits, and also that moisturizing won’t break you out more — in fact, it might just help break you out less. These revelations were life-changing to me, someone whose vanity revolves around her skin, skin that has never been perfect.

When Korean beauty picked up steam in the States, I got right on board, layering product upon product in the hopes of glowing like a goddamn blemish-free moonbeam. But it wasn’t until I traveled to Seoul myself (to report on the Olympics of hairdressing for this very website) that my admittedly over-complicated, hyper-specific routine was truly refined. And it’s all thanks to a small pouch of... well, I’m not totally sure what’s in it beyond hyaluronic acid because I can’t read Korean, but you just have to trust me here.

The pouches are from Aritaum, a chain of stores that is popping up all over the US now; they come in a bunch of varieties, but the blue Moisture formulation is what I’m talking about. I use it every night, on top of essence and two other moisturizers (I know!) and under my prescription retinoid and some Aquaphor (I know!!).

I’m convinced it’s the one product in my arsenal that keeps winter flakiness at bay, based on the scientific study I perform every time I stupidly decide not to use it, only to have severe regret the next morning. It’s that hyaluronic acid, baby.

Also, it’s cheap. SO CHEAP. One-dollar-a-pouch cheap. And each lasts weeks! (The screw-off top is crucial.) I like to buy them in bulk, stash them in my fridge, and give them out to anyone who asks me for skin recs. I’ve bought the pouches off eBay, but now you can purchase them right from the Aritaum site. Even with international shipping, ten pouches (months and months of wonderful goo, just for you) runs less than $25. —Julia Rubin, executive editor

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