friday sales

16 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy, From Adidas to Arket

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In this week’s roundup of the best deals, we’ve found some Under Armour workout leggings for a third off (that come recommended by a former GB athlete), some classic white tennis trainers at a 20 percent discount, and the perfect coffee-table book at half price.

Checked Wool Scarf
£11

Arket’s huge sale includes some great winter accessories, like this 100 percent wool scarf in a natty green check.

£11 at Arket
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with code: EXTRA20
£24

This women’s alpaca blend jumper is also a staggering £59 off right now — and still comes in a variety of sizes and colours.

This highly giftable book of iconic Vogue covers is currently 40 percent off.

£40

This rug looks like something you might find at a flea market.

Experts love this smudge-proof liquid eyeliner.

Since the cold weather doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon, now might be a good time to stock up on a gel-cream that’s formulated for extra-dry skin. This one is Strategist-approved.

This leather weekender is on sale at the moment (and we think it would make a great gift).

These jeans come recommended by denim obsessives, and are now just under 30 quid. They also come in three other shades.

You can get £40 off a Polaroid camera that looks like a nice gift for an Instagram-averse boyfriend.

Hayley Kiyoko told us she stashes these mini-brushes in her car so she can freshen up before a meeting or a show. “No one wants to go sing when you’ve just been eating Mexican food or Indian food backstage.”

A classic white trainer knocked down to just-cheap-enough-to-splurge price.

Under Armour’s RUSH leggings came recommended to us by former GB trampolinist and F45 coach Nicki Petitt. And they’re currently a third off.

We don’t know when Denby went from being Mum-cool to actually-cool but we’re into this simple set of black-lipped plates.

Holiday Boileau Jersey T-Shirt
£24
£24

Mr Porter’s sale continues with a hefty discount on these unisex T-shirts by French art director Franck Durand.