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The Best Sales to Shop Online This Weekend

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The Best Sales to Shop Online This Weekend

This weekend, if all goes according to plan, I’ll be reorganizing my closet thanks to some particularly helpful tips and tricks from our cleaning columnist, Jolie Kerr. Figuring out how to stack sweaters so that you can actually see them and tossing out the ones that are riddled with holes is a laborious task, one that’s only made better with the promise of something very important: replenishment. Out with the old, in with the new!

If I do indeed manage to complete this overhaul, I will most certainly be browsing for some new stuff. And I contend that any purchases made would be justified, because it’s the middle of January and everything is on sale. If you find yourself in the same spot as me over the next couple of days, you, too, may want to consult our (really good!) sales list below. —Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

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Rent the Runway: The beauty of the idea behind Rent the Runway is you don’t actually have to own any nice things — you can just borrow them. But every so often, they do have some solid discounts on pre-worn dresses. Then, and only then, should you consider spending your own hard-earned money on something you might wear to two weddings in your life, tops. There are a lot of gowns, should you need one: This Badgley Mischka white gown, which could easily double as a wedding dress, is $199, and this Jay Godfrey black-and-mesh gown is $158.

Garmentory: Two good sales are happening over at Garmentory this weekend: 35% off select Baggu bags (through the end of Friday), and up to 60% off from the boutique Oroboro, which will start tomorrow and run through Sunday. This simple weekender bag is on sale in black, white and blue stripes, and a cool cutout pattern for $51.

FarFetch: Sale stuff is great, but what’s even better is sale stuff that’s on more sale, which is what’s happening at FarFetch right now through Saturday night. Take an extra 20% off what’s already marked down, with the code x20jan17. One of those items is this Sophie Hulme Dolly Keychain — a wad of hot pink feathers with some googly eyes — that serves no real purpose but to be weird and delightful, and at $131 I kind of want it. (There are also plenty of normal things on sale, too, like this Carven faux fur scarf for $84.)

Genuine People: Okay, actually, the only thing better than “sale stuff” and “sale stuff on sale” is a “sitewide sale.” Over at Genuine People, the entire collection is 25% off with the code 2017. This pale blue mohair sweater will be $117, and this belted wrap mini skort (!!!) will be $59.25.

White + Warren: On to more practical things. White + Warren’s winter sale is actually really good — the brand’s on the expensive side, but that’s because everything is luxe and cashmere and etc. etc. Stuff like cashmere V-necks ($129) and the brand’s famous travel wraps ($209) are up to 60% off, so if you need cozy clothes, it’s worth checking out.

Clare V.: The most adult thing I’ve ever bought myself is a monogrammed Clare V. bag, but I foolishly paid full price. Now, a whole bunch of them are on sale for 30% off. The Petit Simple Tote is marked down to $206.50 in several colors, including a great red suede, and the Flat Clutch, which is actually a great travel makeup bag, is marked down to $150.50

Loup: And last but not least, Loup is taking an extra 30% off its sale section, which means these black overalls will be $87.50.

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It Is Not Yet Time for Vine Celebrities to Be Fashion People
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Forgive the fact that in two years’ time this will surely sound like garbage (or whatever word we’re using for "bad" two years from now), but it is not yet time for Vine celebrities to be fashion people.

This past weekend, the top image on the Wall Street Journal’s style section was Vine star Cameron Dallas, along with an article that detailed his recent fashion achievements, such as modeling for Calvin Klein, sitting front row at Dolce & Gabbana’s Milan men’s fashion presentation last summer, and attending a private dinner at Chateau Marmont hosted by Louis Vuitton. It also informed the public that “Dallas” is, in fact, his actual last name.

And on Wednesday, Dallas revealed on the The Late Late Show with James Corden that he would be opening Dolce & Gabbana’s fall 2017 menswear show not as a guest, but as a model. In a fashion world that’s constantly changing, a Vine star on the runway still feels like a first.

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There’s a neat little puzzle popular with people who like to eat. It’s called the Incompatible Food Triad and it goes like this: Can you think of three foods where any two of those items taste good together, but all three combined taste disgusting? (Bear with me: It’s more complicated than it sounds.)

You start by thinking of a couple of foods you like together and then add a third to try and mess the whole thing up — the catch here being that the party-crasher has to be delicious with each of the other two one-on-one.

I’ll go first. I love raspberry jam and cheese. Now, let’s get weird. The problem here is if you mess it up too much — by, say, adding in something exceptionally particular like smoked whitefish — the new item won’t pair with one of the others. Smoked whitefish and cheese? Throw in a bagel and most New Yorkers would call that breakfast. Smoked whitefish and jam? Fuhgeddaboudit. And if you play it soft (pork?), you end up with a triad that skews merely eccentric, not inedible. (One could easily imagine coastal city dwellers clamoring over pork loin tacos topped with cotija cheese and a side of raspberry-tomatillo salsa.)

But if the Incompatible Food Triad remains unsolved, I’ve got good news for you: The fashion version is a cinch. Simply add “a normal human body with all the lumps and bumps an average genetic lottery entails” as Ingredient C. Which is to say, most of us are willing to overlook one unflattering sartorial trait (drop-crotch; silk), but quickly crumble in the face of two (drop-crotch silk pants).

The fact that the Incompatible Fashion Triad is so easily solved is also why I’ve spent the last few years and several hundred dollars several times over in search of a pair of high-waisted, wide-leg, ankle-cropped jeans that wouldn’t make me look like an Oompa Loompa moonlighting as an urban lumberjack. (I like to call this puzzle the Incompatible Fashion Tetrad. Math!) And at long last, I am pleased to finally make my high school algebra teacher proud by directing you to this insanely flattering pair by Madewell.

With a just-the-right-amount-of-saturated deep blue denim and a structured but not constrictive weight, these beauties also come fitted with a pair of magic pockets (my term, not Madewell’s) that act like the world’s chicest girdle — rendering a once-incompatible fashion equation decidedly compatible. Seriously, these pants make you look good.

For extra credit, consider the price: Similar styles like Rachel Comey’s Legion Pant are $345, while Jesse Kamm’s denim-free Sailor Pant are $395 and perennially sold out. Madewell’s? $135.

You do the math. —Verena Von Pfetten, contributing writer

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