Welcome to our new and improved Apparel and Beauty deal coverage. We’ll be diving in and finding some great picks for you, more often, in addition to just showering you with promo codes (we’ll do that too).

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Accessories

Karen Walker’s covetable frames are a mainstay of fashion’s aristocracy, boasting the likes of Solange, Alexa Chung and Rihanna as clientele. Normally, Walker’s spectacles retail at prices mere mortals can only dream of—except literally right now. Behold, these guys cost a mere $98, which is a fraction of their original $329 price tag.

Pants

These pastel-infused Kenzo skinny jeans certainly aren’t for everyone, but their glitched, maximalist design does exert an undeniable charm over some. At Shopbop, these babies would cost $325 if they weren’t already sold out. But at Farfetch, one can still acquire them for the low, low price of $162.

Shoes

It was just last year that COS debuted their unique brand of Swedish minimalism onto American shores. Now, they’re a one-stop shop for austere simplicity and clean-lines. Do give their bustling sales section a peek, where this sleek pair of polished leather lace-ups is only one of many gems.

Coats

It’s an irrefutable fact of life that, despite our most valiant efforts, we will all find ourselves reduced to an identical black puffer jacket come mid-January. It’s best not to fight it. Enter Columbia’s black down jacket, which you can snag for the measly price of $110.

Beauty

Peddling organic, delightfully priced wares since 1948, Dr. Bronner has amassed an inimitable cult following. In that spirit, they’re taking a hefty 15% off all aromatic soaps.

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