Net-a-Porter is Having a 25% Off Sale (Here Are 20 Items to Add to Your Cart)

From nearly-too-chic pajamas to swimwear steals.
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Net-a-Porter is one of my favorite places to shop since it is one of the most well-curated collections around. Every time I have an event or holiday, I scour the Seasonal Edits, looking for the best new styles and trends. Naturally, when I told the office I was shopping the sale, they all wanted to hop on the trend. Here's what we're all adding to our carts from this 25%(!) off sale: 

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Frankie Shop Julie Double-Breasted Blazer (was $285, now $213): A bubblegum pink blazer could read a little Malibu Barbie, but when done in a crisp, smart shape it would look best with ripped jeans, a slouchy white tee and a pair of mules.

Loeffler Randall Joni Ankle Boots (was $395, now $296): My friend bought these about two weeks ago and I've had the tab open on my computer revisiting them on a daily basis. I'm finally ready to pull the trigger because as she put it when they arrived, they're literally the perfect boot.

Chylak Snake-Effect Leather Bag (was $305, now $228): Love that you can throw this bag over your shoulder or around your waist. For such a statement bag, it's actually about as versatile and cool as it gets.

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Nili Lotan Junie Draped Silk Satin Dress (was $545, now $409): Now that I have my date picked out for my wedding ceremony, I've been on the hunt for a dress. My first instinct was to go with a satin slip dress with a cowl neckline, and I instantly fell in love with this one from Nili Lotan after googling those exact keywords. I haven't purchased it yet—I have a few less expensive options I'm considering first!—but I may buy this one by the end of the week. It's such a classic, flattering silhouette, and I love the color (despite it not being white!). 

Calé Angelique Ribbed Sweatpants and Hoodie (was $310, now $232.50 if buying both): The idea of wearing a matching comfy top and pants to run out to coffee on a lazy weekend is highly appealing to me. Because I'm staying in L.A. for Thanksgiving, I'm looking forward to wearing this set to grab a holiday latte from Go Get Em Tiger before spending the day cooking!

J.Crew Charmeuse Midi Skirt (was $80, now $60): There are a ton of great J.Crew and Madewell pieces tucked into this Net-a-Porter sale, which is a great way to get a jumpstart on sales before they launch their own heavy-hitting November promos. I love this satin midi skirt (apparently there's a theme here, with golden satin midis!). 

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Stone and Strand Fine Gold Ring (was $50, now $37.50): I will never stop buying gold jewelry, and, at this price, I'll be grabbing this superfine ring to add to a stack or wear alone on my thumb.

Ninety Percent Turtleneck Bodysuit (was $60, now $45): During winter, my uniform is all black, complete with a high-waisted skirt, cropped jacket, tights, and booties. I like having bodysuits that are great for pairing under my staple pieces. This sleeveless turtleneck will keep me warm, without adding too much bulk under my jacket sleeves. 

Solid & Striped The Brigitte Bikini (was $158, now $118): Since we're heading on a summer honeymoon, I'm using this winter to buy my favorite, luxury brands at a lower price. I love how the high-waisted cut of this suit makes it feel vintage, but the modern leopard print keeps it trendy. 

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The Great College Jersey Sweatshirt (was $185, now $139): On fall and winter days when I'm not heading into work, I live in workout leggings and a sweatshirt. Emily loves these sweatshirts, so I rented this one recently from Rent the Runway, and it was insanely comfy. It's worth the investment.

Peony Pintucked Swimsuit (was $180, now $135): I'm heading to Hawaii with my family for Thanksgiving, and even though I'll remain under an umbrella for the duration of the trip, I'm still on the hunt for a chic one-piece that can double as a top with denim shorts. I think I found a winner!

Tony Sport Stretch-Jersey Sports Bra (was $70, now $53) and Leggings (was $100, now $75): I own a pair of Tory Sport leggings, and they may be the most flattering on the market. Seems like a good excuse to invest in another (and in such a rich-yet-still-neutral-enough color), and how can I say no to a matching sports bra?! 

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Les Girls Les Boys Animal-Print Cotton Pajama Shorts (was $90, now $68): I am not a person who wears “pajamas”, because who actually cares what I look like while I’m sleeping? I currently wear soft cotton tees and Nike shorts to bed and call it a day (literally), but these leopard print cotton shorts may have changed my mind.

Year of Ours Veronica Tiger Print Leggings (was $99, now $74): Do I even need to explain why I want these??? It’s clear that I love animal print, but in a sartorial zoo full of leopard prints, these pink tiger-striped leggings are a very welcome change of pace.

Faithfull The Brand Lucy Ruffled Wrap Top (was $110, now $83): I own this top in a pretty yellow and red floral print, and I get so many compliments on it that I should probably get it in blue too. The tie sleeves make a statement without being tough to wear, and the wrap silhouette is super flattering.

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Les Girls Les Boys Cotton Pajama Set (was $145, now $109): These are the kind of pajamas I imagine someone cooler than myself would wear while they sip tea on a balcony in Paris, brushing self-cut bangs out of their eyes and making plans to take themselves to second breakfast—after another nap. I might not be able to achieve most of that, but I can indulge in a nap with this comfy, cotton pajama set.

Adidas Originals Continental 80 Textured-Leather Sneakers (was $80, now $60): White sneakers are still in style, and I love the red and blue accent on this pair. They would look great with a fun, floral maxi dress (or maybe I could actually hit up a tennis court?)

Ray-Ban The Wayfarer II (was $155, now $116): Tom Cruise meets Audrey Hepburn with this slightly cat-eyed version of the iconic Wayfarers. I love Ray-Ban sunglasses as they're timeless and won't break the bank, plus they look perfect when you drop them down on the bridge of your nose *just so* for a shady, inquisitive stare.

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