The Most Wanted Items Of The Leap Year — According To You
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We made it through February 2020 — and one confusing extra day of winter. How are we going to celebrate our leap year resilience? By shopping the most wanted items from this drawn-out month. We're talking 29 of the best trending new product drops, steeply discounted flash sale finds, back-in-stock bestsellers, hidden gems, and tried-and-true essentials.
Seasoned readers won't be surprised to hear that we've been busy little product bees, buzzing into their virtual carts and picking out the top-bought items from the past 28 29 days. But, if you're an R29 newbie, don't get those privacy feathers ruffled — because all this juicy audience data is completely anonymous and sourced from past high-performing shopping stories on site.
Now, without further ado: all the trending fashion to beauty and home favorites that made this extended February feel just a little less dire.
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