The best striped t-shirt for $10 at Uniqlo, Kevyn Aucoin, 40% off sale at rag & bone, and more lead Thursday’s best lifestyle deals.

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WOMEN’S MUST HAVES

Finding the perfect pair of sandals for summer comes down to a lot of different variables. It’s fit and comfort and durability and price. Well, the Sol Sana Terese II Slide from Need Supply may be the answer to your sandal prayers. On sale for $63, this real suede and leather slide could be the only shoe you wear for the rest of the summer.


If there’s one thing I know, it’s stripes. Previously, people swore by the awesomeness that is Uniqlo’s t-shirts, and this striped modal linen shirt, on sale for only $10, is probably as close to perfect as possible. Plus, modal and linen is a really great combo for keeping cool in the summer.


The rag & bone fedora has been seen on practically every female celebrity out there, and it’s been pretty pricey as well. With the huge 40% off sale going on, you can get your paparazzi famous fedora for only $69, a fraction of the original $225.


beauty steals

That’s not a typo, this thing has “72 eye shadows, 18 cream eyeliners, 32 lip glosses, and six blushes” and is only $30. That’s the price of one good eyeshadow or two great lip glosses. Sephora, you crazy.


The Redken All Soft shampoo and conditioner formula is one of the best out there when it comes to helping out dry, damaged hair. Grab a full liter for $14 each and use the code EC12944 to get $3.50 off your order of $10+


If you’ve never used any Kevyn Aucoin beauty products, today should be the day to start. Grab The Look Book, which is full of four eyeshadows, two cheek colors, and two lip colors, for only $22. That’s about the half price of one eyeshadow duo.


The best part of ordering from Sephora online is the three free samples you get with every purchase. If you don’t think so, you need to reassess your online beauty shopping priorities. Well, this week they’re not giving you three, they’re giving you five and those include cult-favorite products like NARS Orgasm and newer ones like Benefit’s new Good Proof eyebrow pencil.

The Big Sales

rag & bone extra 40% off with the code JULYSALE16

When rag & bone gives an extra 40% off sale when you use the code JULYSALE16, you head over there quicker than you thought humanly possible. There’s so much that has been marked down, it’s like a see of well-structured dresses and black.


Timbuk2's giant, and I mean GIANT, sale is not something you want to miss. Grab one of your top five favorite rolling carry-ons or a new laptop messenger bag.


If you didn’t get your fill from Need Supply Co. when they had 20% off, maybe you should take a look at their newest Summer Sale. Get 50% off sale items from Need Supply Co. and celebrate going back to work with a new dress or something.


If you didn’t jump on the ridiculously discounted styles last week at J.Crew Factory’s 50% off sale, you’ve actually lucked out. Use the code HAPPYSALE and get an extra 15% off your entire purchase, plus an extra 50% off clearance. Yes, I’m serious.


With the resurgence of ‘90s fashion comes the ultimate resurrection of brands like Calvin Klein. The American fashion house is also giving you an extra 40% off sale items that could land you at the cool kids table.


Once again, LOFT is here to make your summer wardrobe better. Get 40% off on a select list of regularly-priced summer favorites and an extra 40% off discounted clearance items. It’s a LOFT summer, if I do say so myself.


When Anthropolgie has a sale, you jump as quickly as you can. It’s not often you can get affordable housewares, clothing, shoes and accessories that would make any Pinterest page enviable. Enjoy up to 50% off sale items right now plus, get an extra 30% off sale items with the code EVENBETTER.


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