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Today's Best Lifestyle Deals: Cashmere, Uniqlo, The Outnet, New Balance, and More

Discounted cashmere sweaters and accessories, $20 Uniqlo sweatpants, extra money off at The Outnet, a sale on clearance items from New Balance and more lead Thursday’s best lifestyle deals.

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Women’s Must-Haves

Sweatpants that you could definitely get away with wearing in public without people judging you? Sign me up. Uniqlo is letting you live out your lazy person fantasies for $20, which is less then you’ll spend at brunch while you wear them.


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Grab a super chic trench coat to help you look less like a wet dog this fall and more like a fashionable wet dog with 20% off all trench coats from Club Monaco.

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20% off with code BFF20
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I’m a huge fan of Too Faced, and I feel that this is a brand everyone should try at least once. Even if you’re a Too Faced vet, this 20% off sale is perfect you too. Use the code BFF20 and everything (except for new collections and sale items) gets 20% taken off, so don’t be shy. Stock up on Better Than Sex mascara andMelted Matte lipstick while you can.

FYI, if you enter your email (I know, I know), they’ll send you a code to bump that up to 25% off.

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Did we convince you that you need Stila All Day Waterproof Eyeliner, but $20 was just a little too much? Or maybe you’ve been meaning to try theBalm lipstick but keep putting it off. Well, today only, if you’re a Prime member (who isn’t?!) and when you use the code LUXPRIME25 on Amazon, you’llget $25 back (in the form of a credit towards any future Luxury Beauty purchase) on any $50 Luxury Beauty purchase you make on Amazon.

Even better? If you’ve never bought any Luxury Beauty from Amazon, use the code LUXBEAUTY and you’ll get an additional 15% off.

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Stila Cosmetics is one of those brands you stumble upon at Sephora and become instantly devoted to. So if you’re a Stila loyalist, or if you’ve been wanting to try them out, you’re going to love this. Not only are they offering 40% off select products, they’re donating all the proceeds to The Foundation for Living Beauty.Use the code BCA at checkout and support breast cancer awareness in the most beautiful way possible.


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Cosmetic bags come and go, especially if you’re not buying one that you actually like and just throwing your makeup in something and calling it a day. But if you want something a little more statement-making when it comes to traveling with cosmetics, this Mara Hoffman for Sephora fold-over cosmetic clutch is 50% off and 100% beautiful.

Home Goods

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We see Xbox One deals with bonus games, controllers, and gift cards all the time. But if your priority is simply to spend as little upfront as possible, this $20 discount is the best we’ve seen on the entry-level Xbox One S.


Mackie CR4 Reference Monitor Pair, $95 after $20 rebate
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These Mackie CR4 reference speakers sell for a cool $150 on Amazon, where they carry a 4.4 star review average, but Adorama will sell you the pair for $115 today, which is a match for the best price we’ve ever seen. Plus, a $20 mail-in rebate is available to effectively take them down to $95.


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Like the idea of a Belkin WeMo Switch, but not willing to spend up to $60 to try one out? This TP-Link alternative has a nearly identical feature set for half the price.

Just like a WeMo Insight switch, TP-Link’s Smart Plug will let you turn appliances on and off from your smartphone, track their energy usage, and set schedules to toggle them automatically. The only major feature it’s lacking is IFTTT support, but it will integrate with an Amazon Echo for voice control.

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Other than a very short-lived (and probably erroneous) $24 deal, this is the best price we’ve seen on the energy monitoring version of this smart plug.

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15% off Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades, Discount Shown at Checkout
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If your car’s wiper blades have seen better days, Amazon’s running a new promotion on Rain-X Latitude replacements, for a limited time.

This deal works a little differently than previous Amazon wiper blade promotions, which let you buy two for a flat price. This time around, you’ll save a flat 15% on each blade you buy (shipped and sold by Amazon). Just use the site’s built-in “Filter By Vehicle” tool to find the proper models for your car, and remember that you won’t see the discount until checkout.

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While the Logitech Harmony Touch doesn’t have as many physical buttons as its brethren, its integrated touchscreen can perform all of the same functions as you control up to 15 of your favorite devices, from a database of nearly a quarter million. $100 is a match for the best price we’ve seen, so pick one up before they’re all swallowed up in someone else’s couch cushions.


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The holidays are basically here and that means travel. Lots and lots of travel. If you’ve exhausted your luggage to death and need a quick and affordable replacement, Amazon’s American Tourister Gold Box can save you. A two-piece 21"/28" set will only run you $70, and a four-piece (which includes the 21"/28" spinners, a backpack, and duffel) is only $100.


The Big Sales

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New Balance has really blossomed from their normal black-and-white sneaker box and fashion-forward activewear is all over their site. And with an extra 20% off recently reduced styles when you use the code GHOST, you can get your next pair of fashion sneakers or running tights for a lot less.


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The Outnet may have better sales than this, but an extra 50% off for fall is one to jump on. There are tons of brands and styles to choose from, so if there was anything specific you were looking for style-wise, I’ll bet it’s marked down.


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Ah, cashmere. The “luxury fabric” that everyone lusts after when the temperature drops. It’s a little crazy to drop a couple hundred dollars on a layering item, so when Amazon cuts the prices on a plethora of soft, simple cashmere pieces, you’d better stock up. Like every Gold Box, this one is a 24-hour special, so don’t get left out in the cold.

There are a ton of options under $100, which is the perfect price to pay for something you need to take care of and can’t just throw in the wash and call it a day.

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Up to 75% off at Acne Studios
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If there’s anything to know about Acne Studios, it’s that the it is extremely hip and extremely expensive. But the brand just dropped Acne Archive, a site that highlights huge discounts on select styles for both men and women up to 75% off. There is a crazy amount of stuff that you can get for under $200, which is unheard of for Acne Studios. But it’s only up for the next 48 hours.


Extra 20% off clearance with code BONUS20
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When it comes to having a corner on the market, nothing really compares to Nike. Use the code BONUS20 to score an extra 20% off already reduced men’s and women’s clearance items and hop on that sportswear bandwagon.


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If you don’t immediately think jeans when you think Levi’s, I think it’s time to come out of that 100 year old rock you’ve been living under. And with 30% off select styles, you’ll be able to come out of that rock wearing really great pants.


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Even if you’re not the biggest Kate Spade fan, you’ll be able to find something in the vast sea of polka dots and stripes that is the 75% off Surprise Sale. There are so many styles and colors to choose from that even if you were kind of wanting a owl-shaped clutch (or a chocolate-covered strawberry wallet), this sale will convince you that you definitely need one.

FYI: You do have to enter your email address, but getting emails from them is also an easy way to find out when the next surprise sale will be.

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Today’s weather in New York may not seem like it’s very fun for working out (45 degrees and windy, no thanks), but this week is perfect for getting outside and going for a brisk, fall run. What better way to celebrate the nice weather than and extra 25% off Under Armour Outlet styles, plus free shipping on everything.


50% off with code OCTOBER40
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In need of any workwear updates ASAP? Well, Ann Taylor is giving you 50% off practically everything on their site. Use the code OCTOBER50 and get half-price work wardrobe staples and statement pieces alike. Everything that’s part of the promo will be marked, so make sure you be on the look out.


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ASOS is in the mood to help you figure out your wardrobe for less. They’re taking 25% off a whole bunch of fall essentials, for both men and women. Get jackets, boots, scarves and more.


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It’s time to milk fast-fashion retailer H&M for all it’s worth. Grabbing up to 50% off all bottoms (denim included) for men and women means premium quality and higher-end pieces are marked down to help you look snazzy for the cooler months. It’ll be easy to look good and feel good with how much money you’ll save.

Not: Discount shown at checkout.


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Previously, the discounts at GAP hadn’t included their jeans, which is a shame because they’re great at denim. But this time, when you use the code STYLE, you’ll knock 40% off your entire purchase, and denim is included.


Up to 70% off sale on select items
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Topshop is taking up to 70% off select items, which means everything from bomber jackets to mules are discounted. You could probably get a whole new wardrobe for an absurdly low price. And because Topshop goes the way of trends, you won’t end up spending way too much money on something you may not wear next year.


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