Scouring through sales takes a lot of time and effort—but nothing pays off like finding the piece you laid eyes on months ago that was too pricey for your pocket. Here, InStyle’s senior fashion editor Stephanie Trong does all the hard work for you. Each week, Stephanie finds the best of the hard-to-resist steals out there.
Layla jacket, $274 (originally $548); trade-mark.com
Dillen track pant, $149 (originally $298); trade-mark.com
Baugman pouchette, $94 (originally $188); trade-mark.com
Archer skirt, $164 (originally $328) trade-mark.com
Hall turtleneck, $119 (originally $238); trade-mark.com
Newlyn loafer, $299 (originally $428); trade-mark.com
Ruskin dress, $249 (originally $498); trade-mark.com
Holt bomber jacket, $264 (originally $528); trade-mark.com
Sara knit hat, $49 (originally $98); trade-mark.com
Dewing shirt $85 (originally $178); trade-mark.com
Why it’s a score: Trademark, an NYC-based label helmed by sisters Pookie and Louisa Burch, specializes in preppy, minimalist pieces that somehow manage to look both timeless and of-the-moment all at once. And right now the site is a haven for items that'll help you make the transition from winter to spring, like a not-too-heavy bomber jacket or easy yet polished dresses, skirts, and pants that can do both work and weekends. While you're at it, pick up a pair of patent loafers that make the perfect nerdy-cool finishing touch to both cropped trousers and midi skirts alike.