Upon your usual scroll through the Lululemon website, you might have wondered why they don't have a clearly labeled "SALE" section. The cult-favorite athleisure brand is renowned for their light-as-air, heaven-on-your-butt leggings, but those babies come at a cost. Lululemon has an extensive sale section, but it's not listed under "SALE," like most brands.
Anthropologie just brightened our week with an additional 25% off its sale section that's chock full of bestselling and recently added styles. (Be sure to make it all the way to your shopping cart in order to see the double-discount applied.) The digital racks are packed with everything from lovely giftable goodies that are perfect for the upcoming May 9 occasion to warm-weather fashion staples we can't wait to don and an ample amount of very breezy home buys. If the double discounts on this dreamy lineup don’t sound enticing enough, then maybe the added bonus of free shipping on orders over $50 will sweeten the tune for you. We went ahead and sauntered through the slashed-price pieces to pluck out the most appetizing buys that will enhance the sunshine-filled days ahead. Click on over to Anthropologie to scope out and scoop up the full assortment of scores before someone else does first.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. The product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Anthropologie Vacation Tote Bag, $, available at AnthropologieDaily Practice by Anthropologie Knit Lounge Set, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Jules Lariat Necklace, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Lottie Monogram Mug, $, available at AnthropologieDolan Left Coast Sierra Lounge Set, $, available at AnthropologieJiggy Puzzles Puzzle and Glue Set, $, available at AnthropologieDaily Practice by Anthropologie Liana Printed Leggings, $, available at AnthropologieHotel Magique Melange Dessert Plate, $, available at AnthropologieMaeve Sally Tunic Dress, $, available at AnthropologieAtelier Paulin Spell It Out Pendant Necklace, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Allaire Ruffled Top, $, available at AnthropologieSZ Blockprints Monogram Pouch, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Gabrielle Plisse Robe, $, available at AnthropologieTimeless Pearly Beaded Monogram Charm, $, available at AnthropologieCasa Clara Retro Blossom Lala Faux Fur Slippers, $, available at AnthropologieKavala Collective Flower Power Leggings, $, available at AnthropologieMorgan Harper Nichols 2021 Wall Calendar, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Bamboo Monogram Pendant Necklace, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Aimee Ribbed Cross-Back Bralette, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Clean Routine Set, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Embroidered Dorthea Duvet Cover, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Nell Tiered Midi Dress, $, available at AnthropologieRifle Paper Co. Hair Bow 2021 Pocket Planner, $, available at AnthropologieEri + Ali Evaline Maxi Dress, $, available at AnthropologieAnthropologie Lace Bikini Briefs Set, $, available at AnthropologieLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The Always Pan's On Sale In EVERY ColorwayThe Best CBD Products & Deals To Shop This 42019 Gifts That Will Please Your Difficult Moms
It once had a 4,000 person wait list, so act fast.
Treat yourself to a smart assistant that can help you get your home and life in order. Finally, upgrade your headphones and speakers for the summer. Create the ultimate seamless entertainment experience with Fire TV or Roku.
Create the ultimate smart home with Amazon Echo devices. From beauty essentials to kitchen appliances and more, navigating your 20s can be even easier with a few purchases from Amazon. - Additional reporting by Anvita Reddy Related: We Found 17 Comfy and Stylish Dresses From Amazon Under $20 - Yes, Really!
Back in the day — as in, before marijuana was legal in many states, and we had to clandestinely exhale smoke out of our dorm room windows via paper towel rolls — weed was a smell we were always looking for ways to cover up. Scented candles, sprays, incense, air freshener — you name it, we used it. (Hindsight being 20/20, I think we can all agree these didn't work very well. Your mom/RA/server at Denny’s totally knew you were baked.)But these days, cannabis and its chill cousin CBD are so mainstream that not only do we not need to cover up the scent of a sesh, there are luxury candles being created to mimic the singular scent of Mary Jane. Peruse through these relaxing, sigh-inducing slides and find your dream cannabis candle. From smoked hemp aromas to fruity munchie-inspired cereal bowls, there are plenty of all-natural fragrances ahead.Refinery29 in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Homesick Four Twenty CandleThe aptly-named "Four Twenty" candle has notes of bergamot, cannabis, cedarwood, sandalwood, and patchouli. "A cloudy room, drifting to the tune of your favorite album. Light it up and don't worry about a thing," the brand advises. Don't mind if we do.Shop Homesick CandlesHomesick Candles Four Twenty Candle, $, available at Homesick Candles(Malin + Goetz) Cannabis CandleYour favorite face and body care brand also makes candles; like this one that smells like oakmoss, sandalwood, amber, and patchouli with notes of lemon and orange.Shop (Malin + Goetz)(Malin + Goetz) cannabis candle., $, available at (Malin + Goetz)Boy Smells Purple Kush Scented Votive CandleAside from being a strain of weed and a song by Juicy J, purple kush is also a candle that smells like cannabis and brushed suede, with hints of tulip, purple cassis, white musk, and amber.Shop Boy SmellsBoy Smells Purple Kush Scented Votive Candle, $, available at NordstromHerb Essntls Cannabis Infused CandleThis candle is described as "medicinal," which we can only assume means that, with notes of patchouli, amber, citrus, and bergamot, it'll leave you feeling good.Shop Herb EssntlsHerb Essntls Scented Candle, $, available at Need SupplyMysticBohoCreations Cannabis CandleChoose from 13 different 4/20 friendly scents and revel in the aromas of MysticBohoCreations' candles. Although some variations, like these cereal scents, do not smell like cannabis, they are the perfect accompaniment to your post-smoke-sesh munchies.Shop MysticBohoCreationsMysticBohoCreations Cannabis Candle, $, available at EtsyAnecdote Candles High Society Cannabis Flower CandleThis candle does contain real cannabis, but its floral scent and hints of spice are enough to, "transcend our minds without ever having to inhale." Shop Anecdote CandlesANECDOTE CANDLES High Society Cannabis Flower Candle, $, available at design milkStandard Dose Smoked Hemp CandleStandard Dose is the place to be for new wave CBD products and cannabis accessories. This smoked hemp soybean wax candle will have your living space smelling like lilac, hemp flower, green fir needle, and lemon — in sum, a relaxing forest getaway).Shop Standard DoseStandard Dose Smoked Hemp Candle, $, available at Standard DoseCB2 Photogenics No. 3 Sativa CandleThis coconut oil wax candle is infused with fresh cannabis-inspired scents that help mellow out the room.Shop CB2CB2 Photogenics No. 3 Sativa Candle, $, available at CB2BelnaCandleCompany OG Kush Soy CandleIf you love the smell of natural cannabis, check out this authentic OG Kush candle from Etsy. It's made from US-grown soybeans and comes complete in a cute rustic mason jar (that you can totally reuse). Shop BelnaCandleCompanyBelnaCandleCompany OG Kush Soy Candle, 8 oz., $, available at EtsyWith notes of patchouli, chocolate, and cannabis, this candle sounds good enough to eat. So make sure you have plenty of snacks on hand for when the munchies inevitably hit.Fresh Cannabis Santal Candle, $, available at FreshIf Purple Kush isn't your thing, how about some Purple Haze? It's infused with cannabis, white musk, and violet leaf, and is meant to embody "the era of Woodstock and the counter-culture movement."19-69 Candle, $, available at Forward By Elyse WalkerNot only do these candles smell like cannabis with notes of ylang ylang, rosewood and mandarin, they're also made with cannabis oil. If the scent isn't your thing, Kushed also has other blends also made with the oil, which is supposed to help "clear the mind and ease tension."Kushed Candles QueenGreen – fresh cut cannabis, $, available at Kushed CandlesWith notes of sweet balsamic, leather, spiced cloves, lemon, and cannabis flower, this soy candle sounds mature and complex. Who would have thought?P.F. Candle Co. No. 31: Cannabis, $, available at P.F. Candle Co.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?11 Pretty Smoking Pipes You'll Want To Leave OutOtherland's New Candles Smell Like A Garden PartyWeed FOMO: How To Cope When You Hate Being High
These tend to sell out, so act fast!
Joe Goldberg, the main character of You, isn’t a good guy, and Badgley is fully aware of that. Carrey starred in the 2013 thriller Kick-Ass 2, released less than a year following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Did you know that Amazon has a hush-hush section with incredible deals? We found some coveted stuff for nearly 50 percent off.
Get it now! “We use this Japanese gardening knife extensively on the farm, which is on historic Coast Miwok and Southern Pomo land, especially for transplanting seedlings into the ground," explains Leslie Wiser, farmer-owner of Radical Family Farms. Get it now! When it comes Mother’s Day garden gifts, Kong Thao, farmer and co-owner of Thao Family Farm, is all about comfort. “They’re dyed by my friend, chef Josef Centeno, and I love the dark indigo because it hides all the dirt.”
It’s been a full calendar year — or as the millennials on Instagram say, a full trip around the sun — since we started wearing face masks. In the early pandemic aughts, we strove to make our face masks work with our outfits: leopard prints, groundbreaking florals, and even political masks were all the rage. And then, many of us reverted back to the simple surgical masks, often doubling up on cotton ones. Phone, keys, wallet, face mask — that’s all you need. But now that 50% of all adults in the United States are vaccinated with at least one shot and eligibility for receiving a COVID-19 vaccine is now open to everyone over the age of 16 or 18, depending on what state you’re in, a future without face masks actually seems…possible? Still, one real question remains: Just how close are we to not wearing face masks anymore? According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, Americans might only need to wait until 2022 before a mask-free reality exists once again. When asked about people in the U.S. wearing face masks for another year during a February appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Fauci, who is director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said: “You know, I think it is possible that that’s the case and, again, it really depends on what you mean by normality.” Dr. Fauci also expressed his optimism for getting back to what he again described as normality by the end of 2021. “As we get into the fall and the winter, by the end of the year, I agree with [President Joe Biden] completely that we will be approaching a degree of normality,” he told host Dana Bash. But even as life begins to go back to some semblance of normal — as seen by states (often prematurely) lifting COVID-19 restrictions — Dr. Fauci and the CDC continue to stress the importance of wearing a face mask to keep COVID-19 transmission rates low. Until more of the U.S. is fully vaccinated, continuing to wear face masks will help fend off new variants of the coronavirus and keep others healthy overall. But let’s also talk about the elephant in the room (chat? website?): Some of us kind of maybe like wearing face masks now. There’s a certain anonymity to wearing a face mask outside or an added comfort when going makeup-free. Plus, face masks aren’t just protecting us from COVID, or stopping us from transmitting it — they are also protecting us from a whole host of other airborne infections. And because of face masks, flu cases this past winter dropped dramatically. Opting to wear face masks for the foreseeable future, according to the Intelligencer, is also a popular choice among teachers, germaphobes, and those with preexisting conditions like heart disease. “Forever maskers,” as they’ve been dubbed, have their reasons for wanting to permanently cover-up, including wanting to keep others safe from them. Another reason, experts say, is rooted in anxiety. “It’s no different than having a drink or taking a drug or running or any number of ways that we kind of manage our anxiety,” clinical psychologist Lina Perl told Intelligencer about people who choose to wear face masks even after the danger of COVID-19 is gone. “But you can get disconnected from the actual danger.” While she understands why forever maskers choose to continue to hide their faces, Perl also voiced her hope that they “don’t underestimate the loss of [human] connection,” which society will achieve again once our faces are back out in full display. Still, outside of mental health reasons like anxiety, Americans wanting to make face masks a permanent part of our culture is growing in popularity. The conversation has persisted since 2020, with the general consensus being that the country as a whole could stand to adopt cleaner habits. We still have a ways to go until the “normality” predicted for 2022 occurs. And there is a future, maybe, sometime, where you could be maskless and sweaty in a concert crowd once again. But until then, the regular check of keys, wallet, cell phone, and face mask continues. As it should. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?44 Stylish Face Masks That Make A StatementDo You Need To Wear Two Masks?6 Ways To Do Your Makeup When Wearing A Face Mask
We always have a hefty stack of face masks on hand for when we leave the house. We're still constantly looking for new, comfortable fits, if only so we can extend our laundry time. Amazon finally has some great options in stock, and we're ready to shop.
Leave it to Otherland, purveyor of very cool candles, to make florals for spring feel groundbreaking via its new spring collection that smells much like what we'd imagine a Bridgerton soirée would. Abigail Cook Stone, Otherland's co-founder & CEO, describes the brand's Garden Party lineup as "a fresh spin on classic florals" inspired by "childhood fantasies of secret gardens" meets Alice In Wonderland. The six new artfully designed votives feature such romantically named fragrances as Georgette (a southern magnolia, lily of the valley, and white amber) and Verdant Verve (an oakmoss, neroli blossom, and fresh thyme), each priced at $36. "We were thinking about the escapism of a candle, and how scents inspired by the outdoors can transport you at a time where we were all indoors," Cook Stone explains. Scroll ahead for a full sensory experience of each lovely new scent as we traipse through Otherland's secret garden.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. GeorgetteThe Inspiration: "I imagine this is what somebody’s fabulous grandmother with a big hat smells like or what she burns in her house. It’s a modern twist on white florals, very elegant and chic."Scent Profile: Southern Magnolia, Lily of the Valley, White AmberOtherland Georgette, $, available at OtherlandUltravioletThe Inspiration: "All about purple flowers like violet and lavender. Tea was another source of inspiration for the collection, so there's jasmine tea in the mix." Scent Profile: Jasmine Tea, Purple Violet, Wild LavenderOtherland Ultraviolet, $, available at OtherlandCanaryThe Inspiration: "I can’t pick favorites, but this is a really great one. It’s a bright ray of sunshine. I have memories of daffodils from my grandmother, who had a field of daffodils in upstate New York where she lived." Scent Profile: Golden Daffodil, Narcissus Blooms, Cool CantaloupeOtherland Canary, $, available at OtherlandVerdant VerveThe Inspiration: "This is really representative of the lush greenery in a garden — think climbing moss on a stone wall."Scent Profile: Oakmoss, Neroli Blossom, Fresh ThymeOtherland Verdant Verve, $, available at OtherlandOut Of The BlueThe Inspiration: "We thought about the different color story of each scent. This one is what I’d imagine a Monet "Water Lilies" painting would smell like: Beautiful, aquatic flower notes, with some vanilla sweetness in there as well."Scent Profile: Blue Hydrangea, Sheer Hyacinth, Water LilyOtherland Out Of The Blue, $, available at OtherlandClean BlossomThe Inspiration: "We wanted to lean into the idea of crisp linens that might be at this garden party. The past year, I got really into tablescaping, and this is definitely inspired partially by that: An idea of clean, fresh-laundry comfort."Scent Profile: Crisp Linen, Mimosa Flower, Creamy GardeniaOtherland Clean Blossom, $, available at OtherlandLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
From Airpods to iPads.
I'm... going to order all of these.
Right in time for spring and summer.
They're breathable, odor-resistant and adjustable—and just $18 for two right now.
Powecom is one of the only KN95 mask brands recommended by the FDA.
This denim label is taking over Hollywood (and doing good for the planet, too).
Powecom is one of the only KN95 mask brands recommended by the FDA.