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Acne, Need Supply, and More Online Sales to Shop This Weekend

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January, the Month When Everything Cool Finally Goes on Sale

Thanks to my job, I spent a good portion of 2016 looking at cool clothes on the internet. And while we do cover plenty of affordable things at Racked (that I sometimes end up buying), more often than not, the brands I fall in love with and then obsess over most are reserved for people with much more money in their bank accounts than I happen to have in mine — except during one magical time of year: January.

That time, my friends, is now. The mashup of post-Christmas sales and the change-up of fashion seasons has created a small window of opportunity in January when I can actually afford to buy this stuff — kind of, almost. At least some of it. I’m not kidding, every cool brand or tastemaking indie store is having a sale right now.

Plus, the “screw it, I can do this” feeling that really takes flight alongside New Year’s resolutions means I’m also newly motivated to pursue my best self... and this year, my best self wants a few new really rad outfits to start 2017 off right.  Yours does, too? Cool, let’s take it from the top. —Cory Baldwin, shopping editor

Photo: Under Armour

Perennial favorite Acne has just marked down its full 2016 collection. Most pieces will still cost a pretty penny, but you can snag tops for under $100, and a few pairs of jeans are under $150. And if Solange made you want one of Acne’s many sleeping bag-coat-scarf hybrid things, the cheapest one runs $415 (marked down from $690).

I’ve wanted in on William Okpo, the NYC brand run by two sisters inspired by their parents’ Nigerian style, for a while now. These crazy-awesome cropped wool trousers might be a good place to start at $290 (from $370), or you could opt for the matching top instead (or in addition) for $110 (from $215).

Impeccable Texan/Danish web store Mr. Larkin has loads of winter-friendly items in the sale section right now, not to mention lots of great winter outfit inspo (the pics are so great). I’ve got my eye on the Micaela Greg sweaters, which look like I’d want to live in them until April, but there’s a lot of good stuff here.

I regularly go crazy over the clothes at Sincerely Tommy, too. The shop carries offbeat pieces by brands like Loq and Rejina Pyo (and others so under-the-radar I’ve never heard of them) alongside vintage and a conceptual-but-still-wearable in-house line. All of it is 40% off right now with the code WINTERSALE, which means things like this plaid and snakeskin Kim Shui coat — which I’m absolutely obsessed with and would never, ever consider buying at $875 — is suddenly within the realm of (very remote) possibility at $520.

Totokaelo, the Seattle-based curator of my dream closet, is running an up to 70% off sale that’s teeming with good and cheap finds. The under-$200 tab (!!!) is completely made up of pieces from Rick Owens, MM6, Rachel Comey, Base Range, Nomia, and Henrik Vibskov, so I kind of don’t know where to start, but I’ll probably get something like this tank because it’s $35 and looks so good layered under all the other pieces on the site (and I want to copy them). I’m also thinking hard about these Eckhaus Latta jeans for $105 (!!!).

You should check out Opening Ceremony’s 60% off sale, too, where you’ll find discounted Yeezy, Suno, Proenza Schouler, and Maryam Nassir Zadeh, as well as a lot more with less name recognition that are just as fun to dream about owning. I scored a super-cute Eckhaus Latta baby tee for about $50 in store (that’s conspicuously missing from the online lineup, sorry), but there are plenty of other deals — including this gorgeous Callipygian slip dress (now $96) and this ridiculously awesome faux fur coat by OC’s in-house line for $278 (marked down from $695).

If you’re more into minimalist sack dresses than the maximalist pieces found over at OC, head straight to Garmentory. A bunch of the marketplace’s indie boutique partners have added new pieces to the sale section this week, including some cutesy Samantha Pleet sweaters (now $128), plenty of flowy things by brands like Lacausa, and some practical but sexy boots by Sol Sana (now $136).

I feel several hundred dollars poorer just after looking at all these pieces, so I won’t burden you with too many more options… but there really are so many great sales on now, from No. 6 Store to Creatures of Comfort, and on and on.

If you check out just one more, make it Need Supply’s 50% off sale, where women’s apparel starts at the shockingly low price of around $20.  

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My Beloved Childhood Vans Still Hold Up Today
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Vans Checkerboard Slip-Ons, $50

I only just bought my new favorite sneakers — the classic Vans Checkerboard Slip-Ons ($50) — last week, but we have history.

When I was 12, I owned three pairs, all in different colors. I wore them faithfully throughout middle school and my early years of high school, because as a tween, the last thing I wanted to do was worry about tying my shoes. They were easy to put on, super comfortable, and cheap enough to manage on my after-school job budget. I had written Fall Out Boy lyrics on the outer white rubber, filled in the checkered canvas at random with sharpie markers, and thought I was really, really cool.

As an adult, sneakers and I haven’t had much of a relationship. I was never quite sold on the recent resurgence of Nike’s Air Force 1s, and I certainly did not want to be another Stan Smith statistic. Still, the idea of an easy on-and-off sneaker was appealing, so the search continued.

Then, over the holiday break, I found two of the three pairs of Vans in my childhood bedroom. After five minutes and a couple laps around the house, I was convinced it was time to buy another pair.

They’re still the same exact black and white canvas shoe I bought in the early 2000s, which is a testament to the fact that Vans, aside from a few collaborations here and there, has never had a proper rebrand or resurgence of its shoes. They’re still just as simple, comfortable, and cheap — and as a plus, surprisingly go with everything I wear. (Great news for me, considering a decade later I still don’t want to worry about tying my shoes.) —Tanisha Pina, associate market editor

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