Most of us won’t be able to celebrate the holidays like we normally would this year, but that doesn’t mean our self-care efforts have to slump as a result. But with year-end budgets already tight, it can be difficult to find that just-right new wardrobe addition or trusty kitchen gadget without breaking your already depleted piggy bank. Thankfully, many of the internet’s premier retailers continue to offer serious deals on quality merchandise—and we’ve filtered through scores of pages to find some of the best of what they have to offer. From Bottega Veneta’s razor-sharp blazer to Santoni’s perfect Chelsea boots, here are the best luxury deals online this week.
Bottega Veneta Wool Felt Blazer
Breathing new life into classic tailoring is no small feat, but new Bottega’s take on the blazer proves it’s possible. Cut with razor-like exactitude, this wool felt style has a concealed button placket to complement its minimal lines which were handcrafted in Italy. Its relaxed-but-not-boxy fit means it’s modern without being trendy and is ideal for layering over plush sweaters or crisp button-up shirts.
Malin+Goetz Lip and Hand Moisturizer Set
Winter can be brutal on hands and lips. Dealing with icy winds can put any of us on the fast track to cracked, blistered skin. Mercifully, this set from Malin+Goetz takes care of both problems in one set. The hand treatment includes soothing almond oil and a host of fatty acids that help skin stay hydrated or heal if it’s been damaged. The lip moisturizer is a lightweight gel formula that creates lasting hydration without being overly tacky.
Brunello Cucinelli Double-Check Sport Shirt
While many of us want to have a great shirt in rotation other than the classic white variety, it’s important that it be nearly as versatile. Prints can be tricky, but this fine check by Brunello Cucinelli is a great option to have on hand as it whispers rather than shouts. Made in Italy from pure cotton, it has a relaxed fit that looks great partially untucked with the sleeves rolled up.
Smeg Retro Citrus Juicer
A glass of freshly squeezed orange juice is a classic way to finish off any breakfast, but actually juicing your own fruit by hand can be a pain. Infinitely better than a reamer, Smeg’s mechanized juicer has a sleek body made from die-cast aluminum in the brand’s classic throwback style. Simply press your citrus fruit of choice into the ribbed center and watch as its juice flows neatly down the side spout.
Officine Generale Macro Multi-Stripe Sweater
Good knits are hard to come by, so it’s worth making one your own when it crosses your path. Officine Generale specializes in the kind of perfectly nonchalant clothes we never want to take off, and this sweater is no exception. Knitted from a cotton-alpaca blend, it is designed with a series of horizontal stripes in neutral tones and a slightly oversized fit. Try wearing yours with classic trousers.
Santoni Racchetta Leather Chelsea Boots
Like everything else, good shoes are about the details. These boots may have a simple black palette and minimal detailing, but they also have excellent proportions that allow you to wear them with everything from suit trousers to jeans. Made in Italy from smooth leather, each boot has an elasticated gusset at the side that allows it to be pulled on and off with ease.
Corneliani Wool & Cashmere Top Coat
Sharp, tailored coats are a must for any thoughtful formal wardrobe, but there’s something to be said for a softer approach. This handsome double-faced coat in wool and cashmere has a dark navy exterior brightened by a lighter, tonal interior. Not only does this keep the piece from feeling stodgy, but it also means it’s completely reversible, so you have two coats in one. The shoulders and back have a subtle drape that works well worn over a suit jacket or crisp shirt.