The best under $100 deals from the Net a Porter sale


I don’t link to Net a Porter very much these days because the site has gotten just outrageously expensive, and is stocked with the kind of clothes one buys when they want to signal social status with what they wear—in short, lots of ugly logo-wear. But they do have pretty good sales, where you can find items like this  oversized tie dye top.

My new(ish) favorite lingerie band is Else, and they’ve got several good pieces by them marked down, like this comfy wireless bra.

I’m gearing up to get back into the exercise game, and am thinking some splashy leggings like these might serve as motivation to start. I also like this camo pair.

A cute plaid pajama set.

Just a crisp poplin shirt in a flattering tomato red.

This wool and cotton hoodie from Alex Mill just looks cozy and easy.

A quilted ripstop jacket from Rains that would be perfect for the cooler nights we’re still having, and when winter rolls around it’ll make a great liner jacket.

I’ve  already shown you this Alex Mill tee (yes, there’s a lot of Alex Mill on sale here) and have resisted buying it before, but now that it’s marked down, I might just have to go for it.

A short-sleeved button-down with utility details; click through to see the other good colors it comes in.

A nicely streamlined rain jacket.

I dig the bateau neckline on this cotton blend sweater.

A good, not-too-skinny pair of jeans from Frame.


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2 Thoughts on The best under $100 deals from the Net a Porter sale
    23 Jun 2022

    I am wearing the multi-colored stripe Alex Mill tee as I type––purchased the first time you recommended it. I LOVE IT. Very comfortable (thick cotton). Washes like a dream (I do hang it to dry). And I wear it at least once a week. I purchased my usual size. I’m eyeing the wool cotton hoodie because it is cool here in the evening still (for which I am very grateful).


    23 Jun 2022

    Kim, I laughed out loud at the horrible sweater linked in ‘ugly logo-wear.’ Ugly logo wear indeed!



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I was born in Houston, Texas in 1964 and have lived in New York City since 1988. I had a long career in magazines, working at Sassy, Elle, New York, and Spin, and in 2000, I founded Lucky magazine, which I edited for ten years.

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