Best of sale

Updated: Apr 13, 2020

Sale season is in full swing. Luckily, there are some great finds still available at deep discounts if you know where to look. Today, we've rounded up our favorite pieces from go-to retailers around the web. Some are stepped-up basics and others are special investment pieces. They won't last long....

From Net-a-Porter (clockwise from top left): 1. Rosetta Getty tunic; 2. Dries van Noten pant; 3. Joseph skirt; 4. Jennifer Behr headband; 5. Chloe boot; 6. Marni top and skirt.

Rosetta Getty one-shoulder navy knit tunic: this is a great option for winter evening wear paired with slim black pants. It has side ties that you can use to slim or loosen the silhouette.

Dries van Noten lightweight wool, pinstriped, wide-leg pant: a beautiful, classic piece from one of our favorite designers. It looks amazing with something tucked in or with a cropped chunky knit.

Joseph silk-satin skirt: this is a year round piece. Wear it in the winter with a chunky sweater and feminine shoe boot, or in the warm weather with a T shirt or silk tank.

Jennifer Behr headband: the puffy headband is a thing right now. As a bonus, this piece is a way of introducing leopard while keeping the rest of your outfit monochrome (i.e., black).

Chloe boot: this boot has been a cult item for the last season and for good reason. It's a year round shoe that can be worn with bare legs or tights. And, somewhat shockingly, it's super comfortable to boot.

Marni shirt and skirt: this outfit leans towards spring. The pieces are great together (with a half tuck on top) or as separates. Think of chambray as a neutral.

My Theresa picks: 1. Isabel Marant Etoile coat; 2. Dries van Noten coat; 3. Isabel Marant hat; 4. The Row bag.

Isabel Marant Etoile wool and alpaca coat in pink boucle: the color of this coat is amazing and it would go beautifully with the rest of your neutral clothes. It's slouchy without going overboard.

Dries van Noten metallic wool-blend coat: even on sale, it's an investment, but one you'll have for a lifetime. It's a three-season situation and it can go over anything - casual or dressy. Treat the metallic color as a neutral.

Isabel Marant hat: Isabel Marant makes a really great, comfortable hat. This one is a little different than the beanie hats that are everywhere this season (and it hides a bad hair day).

The Row bag: this is a cute, neutral bag that can be carried on its own or tucked into a larger bag when traveling. There's not much it wouldn't go with and it's a way of owning The Row without breaking the bank.

Nordstrom picks: 1. Frame sweater; 2. Co shirt; 3. Dries van Noten jacket; 4. Tibi coat; 5. Mr. & Mrs. Italy coat.

Frame cashmere sweater: wear this one with a black jean or black trouser pant. The puff sleeve and stripe are subtle. And it's a great price for cashmere.

Co silk shirt: this is a super thick, beautiful navy silk shirt that's 60% off right now. The contrast stitching and wide cuff are great details.

Dries van Noten brocade jacket: wear it as outerwear in the spring or fall or as a blazer in winter. Amazing with jeans or dressed up, even over a black cocktail dress.

Tibi coat: this oversized faux shearling is super fun and cozy. You have to lean into the baggy look but when you do, you won't want to stop. It hides a multitude of sins.

Mr. & Mrs. Italy coat: coats by this Italian designer can run up to $5,000, no joke. This navy shearling down puffer coat on sale is a bargain by comparison. It's a huge step up from the average black puffer that everyone else is wearing.

Ann Mashburn picks: 1. Joseph shirt; 2. Ann Mashburn bag.

Joseph shirt: Joseph is a very high quality, minimalist brand. This chambray tunic is a year round piece, so it's worth the investment, even though it's a basic. Wear it over a bathing suit, with a pair of jeans or corduroys or under a longer (boyfriend style) blazer.

Ann Mashburn hobo bag: made in Italy, the quality of Ann Mashburn leather is really fabulous. This hobo can be worn as a cross body or not and is season-less.

One last pick - this Rag & Bone boot. Jen owns this dressier boot and it's wildly comfortable. If you've been hesitant to dive into the white boot trend, this one, with it's black heel and trim, is a way to ease in. Wearable now and even more relevant in spring, it's worth buying on sale now to get ahead.