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Hi! Wow, look at you! You made it: January 27th. There are a couple reasons to celebrate today. You survived the first, and what always seems to be the longest, month of the year. It’s Friday, the very same day Rebecca Black sang about. And for many, it’s payday — yeah, that special time that comes twice a month that *NSYNC dedicated a whole song to. So let’s celebrate.

I officially motion that we make today National Treat Yo’ Self Day. Everything on here is right in that special “I just got paid so I deserve it, but don’t blow it all because, like, rent, food, transportation, bills” under-$20 price range. Cam Wolf, menswear editor

A woman in a nice dress.

This is the least sexy thing to treat yourself with ever, but it’s a freaking J.Crew T-shirt that’s only $10. No joshing. I’m not saying like ten bugs (instead of bucks) or ten doll hairs. For real. Just $10, and you can buy this once-$25 T-shirt. Ralph Lauren also has a Pocket T-Shirt on sale for $19.99.

Happy-go-lucky tees from Nine One Seven are right in the treat-yo-self range at Union Los Angeles. There’s this appropriately yellow-colored “Walking on Sunshine” T-Shirt  ($17) or the “Music to my Ears” T-Shirt ($17). Alternatively, Brain Dead has these Stamp Out Reality Keychains ($10).

There’s a reason that you’ve stayed with me, and it’s because I just found the ideal item for this exact post. It’s a pin featuring a cartoon duck with eyes bulging out of its head for $7. If that’s not the type of under-$20 magic you were looking for this Friday, then I truly don’t know what is. Need Supply also has a much more practical Chunky Cuff Cap ($11.99) on sale. I’ve never related to a T-shirt more than this one that has a graphic of a skull smoking a cigarette with the words “Life Is Hell” ($14.99) on it. Buy it and then put it on Instagram with the caption “me” or “mood” or maybe even the skull emoji.

END.’s sale has some more eclectic options if you’re unimpressed by a cartoon duck with its eyes popping out (!!!). Interested in literature? Charles Dickens doesn’t have anything on this A Bathing Ape Spring 2016 Lookbook ($19), and Monocle Issue 90 is a $5 classic. There are also Bape iPhone Covers ($19).

Staying on END., Dr. Jackson’s Expedition Tea ($19) looks like one of those jars in horror movies with brains floating in it. And this is a glass (literally a cup to drink things out of) that is also $19.

Okay, let’s bring it back now and slow it down a little bit. Hickoree’s is selling a pretty sweet Notebook 3-Pack ($14) and Tweed Iron On-Patches ($12), because every jacket can be fit for an Ivy League and/or small liberal arts college professor. Just for fun: this Tait Design Turbo Flyer ($18) that’s really just a fancy paper airplane.

Nordstrom has a Calvin Klein 3-Pack Trunk Pack on sale for $17.66 — CK underwear is marked down almost everywhere, but this is the only place to get them under $20. That’s crazy! This CK underwear pack’s normally $42.50, so this is a steal. And so close to Valentine’s Day! YouknowwhatI’mtalkingabout.

Lastly, if you’re over the whole pin trend, may I interest you in some patches? Brry Bnds has some pretty fun ones, like the No Phones Near Friends ($9.50) or Pray For My Enemies ($9.50). And then a trio of region-specific patches: Good Morning New York Let’s Get This Money ($9.50), Good Morning Canada Let’s Get This Tim Hortons ($9.50), Good Morning Los Angeles Let’s Get This Money ($9.50).

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You've Cleaned Out Your Closet — Now Where Should All That Unwanted Stuff Go?
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I promised you at the beginning of the year that I was going to devote a month's worth of columns to getting your beautiful clothes, gorgeous shoes and admirable collection of makeup, lotions, and potions organized. The thing about a discrete organizing project like rethinking shoe storage is that, in not terribly too much time, you can make a big difference in the ease of your day-to-day routines.

I can say that with confidence not just because I've been doing this job for a long time and hear from people about the impact of their successful decluttering projects, but also because I undertook a shoe reorg of my own recently and the results are well worth the six hours of work I put in to get there. (I also want to make sure you know that I take my own advice!)

But with almost any kind of cleanout project comes castoffs that need to go… somewhere. But where? To round out this little New Year's microseries, I've put together a guide to what to do with unwanted clothing, shoes, and accessories. I've deliberately left out makeup and beauty products, because those are a separate beast, donation-wise.

Here's the most important takeway when it comes to selling or donating unwanted goods: Regardless of what you plan to donate or sell, before you leave your house with discarded items, be 100 percent sure that the donation or resale outlet wants them. Call ahead. Check the website. Don't just show up with your arms full of stuff and assume it's wanted. Not only will it be a hassle to you if you're turned away still in possession of things you don't want, you'll be creating work for volunteers if you just dump garbage bags of old, holey underpants that then need to be picked through.

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Erica Weiner Huntress Earrings, $65

I’ve had pierced ears since I was 3, and I’ve worn glasses since I was even younger than that, and yet, for a good decade and a half, I shied away from big earrings. Growing up, I mostly wore studs because I was of the belief that in-your-face jewelry looks very dumb with glasses. Blame it on the times, blame it on my youth, whatever.

But then I went to college and got truly huge glasses and decided that I was wrong. I started wearing massive earrings in every shape and color. It became one of my things and remained so for years. And while I still love my oversized floral hoops and geometric gold danglies, styles change, and I’ve found myself finally giving into minimalism. Sort of.

My current favorite pair of earrings are the hoops that aren’t, from Erica Weiner. They’re large enough to feel substantial and present, but delicate enough to feel modern and adult. They’re also a little bit weird! (Check out that bowed shape and hand-hammered metal!) For now I have the gold fill ones, but maybe I’ll upgrade to the real deal if this understated earring thing sticks. —Julia Rubin, executive editor

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