Example: Maria Jesus Contreras
As a pre-Black Friday surprise, Amazon is hosting a second two-day sales event this year — think of it as Prime Day 2022 part deux. Officially called the Prime Early Access Sale, the discounts will be on Tuesday, October 11th and Wednesday, October 12th. (The sale is for Prime members only – so if you don’t currently have Prime, you’ll need to sign up). (Up if you want to share.) A preview of the sale shows that many longtime Strategist favorites (like the viral Revlon One-Step Blow Dryer Brush) will be marked down.
There are also several fashion deals worth adding to your cart. The sale includes hundreds of deals, so we’ve sifted through them to show you only the best ones. In our efforts, we’ve found big names like bralette-maker True & Co and underwear king Calvin Klein alongside well-known brands like New Balance and Champion. If you’ve been following our deals coverage, you might notice that some of the deals below are the same ones we saw on our first Prime Day in July – meaning you can be sure you’re getting the right deal. A very good deal, as we like to say. Where possible, we also price-check these selling prices against past prices. Read on for the best Prime Early Access Sale fashion deals (or use the category links to jump ahead) — and check back soon as we’ll be adding more brands as we see them.
Women’s clothing | Women’s shoes and accessories | Men’s clothing | Men’s shoes and accessories | Children’s clothing, shoes and accessories
Called the “Amazon Coat,” this Orolai jacket was once a staple of the Upper East Side. It has been updated since it first became a trend – you can find it at A. Fax –A fur hat, sherpa accents, or in this case a metallic finish—and they’ll fall victim to price-tag inflation (it went from under $100 to $140 two years after we wrote about it, and it’s currently on sale for as much as $180). Fortunately, It’s now under $100, so it’s probably close to what it sold for on Prime Day.
This Calvin Klein Bralette is cheaper than it was on Prime Day. Strategist senior writer Lisa Corcillo seems to appreciate the support, despite having no insider wiring.
Longtime telecommuter Brodie Lancaster introduced us to True & Co.’s Body Lift, which she included in her guide to her five favorite at-home bras. The brand’s bras “strike that middle ground between the classic T-shirt bra — with subtly sculpted cups — and a sports bra, but without any cleavage,” says Lancaster.
Or if you prefer something a little bolder, this lacier option is marked down nearly 50 percent.
These cropped leggings—from Champion’s activewear line C9—will be comfortable and easy to move in, whether you’re heading to yoga or running up the hills. They haven’t been priced this low since March.
Self-proclaimed black-tits obsessive (and costume designer) Alison Freer counts these tights from hosiery maker Hue among the tried and true. This already cheaper pair from Wolford doesn’t roll down and has a waistband if you can’t stand the idea of deep pantyhose.
You can’t go wrong with the most affordable tortoiseshell sunnies we’ve seen this year.
Supercharge your next workout with these trainers.
If your hats are looking worse for wear, consider this Champion sweater, which has never been cheaper.
Looking for new job opportunities? Very similar to the Ralph Lauren pair in our chino guide, these trousers from Dockers are half-length and could be the start of a back-to-work uniform.
Or for more casual offices, these jeans (from Rodeo Ready Wrangler) have a relaxed leg.
If your basics drawer is in need of a refresh, this shop dresser pack is more than half-and-half—and the perfect companion for buttoning down.
In the men’s underwear space, Calvin Klein is the OG. These trunks are just a short mockup of the brand’s best boxer briefs but feature the same branded waistband.
Under Armor makes a fitness-lover-approved running shoe, and the Accused 3 is made to go the distance using a breathable and cushioned (and responsive) midsole.
Those more than training can get up to 50 percent off Reebok’s Nanoflex design. Lace inserts have grooves on the outside for more flexibility.
The fuzzy lining on these Crocs will help keep your child’s toes from getting cold while Crocs are the perfect winter shoe. (Jibitz not included.)
These untethered new scales are especially handy for any child who has yet to master their “bunny ear” technique.
These adorable ballet flats are super affordable — check out the sweet bow in the back — and a great value for holiday wear at 40 percent off.
This butterfly-printed tulle confection — made by static-kids-pajama-purveyor Hannah Anderson — can go with the flats above.
It’s hard to resist cute animal ears on one of the cardigans in this two-pack—not only are they comfortable, but they’re under $10 a sweater.
That newborn you just got could always use another set of PJs—the sleepers in this two-pack have an aptly named “hug tab” to keep the zipper away from their delicate chins.
If your kid isn’t the “outerwear” type, this Sherpa-lined hat can take a pinch, at least until it’s too cold.
Strategist It’s designed to showcase the most useful and expert advice for shopping across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our recent wins include the best Acne treatments, A rolling suitcase, Pillows for side sleepers, Natural stress remediesAnd Bath towels. We will update links when possible, but note that deals may expire and all prices are subject to change.
Leave a Reply