This Is the Best Time of Year to Shop for Beauty Products—Here's Why

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This Is the Best Time of Year to Shop for Beauty Products—Here's Why

This time of year, friends and family and holiday sales abound. 'Tis the season. But another fun fact about this time of year is that beauty gift sets also abound. Even brands that don't typically sell sets or special sizes of their products tend to get in on it in the months leading up to the holidays. While you can certainly purchase these sets for their intended purpose of gifting, I personally prefer to purchase them for myself for several reasons.

Beauty product gift sets are almost always cheaper than if you were to purchase the items in the set separately. It's also a great opportunity to stock up on travel sizes since many brands don't typically make them. Not only that, but if you're thinking about purchasing the full size of something, you can try it first by purchasing a gift set. We love a low-commitment beauty buy.

With that, keep scrolling to shop 32 beauty product gift sets that are 100% worthy of purchasing for yourself.

Three of my favorite Shani Darden products in one set? Into my cart it goes.

The products (and exact shades) chosen for Merit's holiday set are all ones that I've tried and adore.

Pillow Talk is the world's best perfect lip shade in any form, so this set is obviously a must.

I love Tatcha's Dewy line so much, especially in the winter. And these sizes are quite generous.

Look what I found hiding at Nordstrom. This is your chance to discover what all the hype is about. (Also, this set of U Beauty's epic products is valued at $214.)

These gorgeous shades are so perfect for the holidays, and the eye shadow palette alone is valued at $88.

I've yet to come across any copycat product that even comes close to the original (which is worth every penny).

No wonder this set has a perfect five-star rating. It's a steal at that price, and the shades are dreamy.

This perfect set is kind of all you need for your next trip.

I've seen Westman Atelier's Lip Suedes on, and all I can say is wow. (Also, how gorgeous is that highlighter?)

I've been using Verb's Ghost line for years, and it makes my hair so clean and shiny. And if you bought these products separately, you'd be spending $22 more.

This buzzy brand's set is great for improving texture and discoloration.

You really get a lot of amazing cult-favorite products for less than $100 here.

The Olaplex obsession is real, folks. Don't miss out on this deal of a set.

This is the most-raved-about product from Selena Gomez's beauty line. I'm intrigued. Are you?

I can testify that the NuFace devices really work! If you've been contemplating taking the plunge, this is your opportunity.

So many great clean brands in one very affordable set.

Dr. Barbara Sturm's products are typically very expensive, so I highly suggest trying them via one of the holiday sets.

Warning: This set might get you hooked on Westman Atelier like I am.

Based on the following that Saie has, I imagine this set will sell out.

Gisou will make your hair smell and look amazing. Also, these sizes are quite generous.

I'm tempted to order a couple of these to stock up for future trips.

Eye patches feel so indulgent (in a good way). Also, can we talk about the fact that this set is valued at $182?

They got the name right with this set. Nothing makes my skin glow quite like the Alpha Beta line.

Another set filled with some of my glowy-skin favorites.

Friendly reminder not to neglect your hair health during the busy holiday season.

She may not be cheap, but she's certainly a beauty.

Four of the best Drunk Elephant products there are (and I've tried a lot of them) in one adorable set.

Even if you haven't run out of lash and brow serums, I suggest ordering this to save for later—it's that good of a deal.

Next up, the seven most-wanted face creams and their drugstore dupes.

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Thanks, It's New: 21 Items Our Editors Added to Their Closets This Month

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Thanks, It's New: 21 Items Our Editors Added to Their Closets This Month

Shopping inspiration, anyone? Well, nobody asked, but I'm certainly delivering anyways. With a dizzying number of new pieces hitting the market, it can be downright intimidating to peruse what's out there in the hopes of making a little wardrobe update. But that's where I come in, friends. On a typical day, I'm doing some online browsing to highlight the very best shopping picks of the moment, but today, I'm taking it a step further by showing you what we're personally adding to our closets and including some inspirational outfit photos.

There's no doubt our editors are a stylish bunch (I personally look to their Instagrams for my own style ideas). So when I tell you these new tops, dresses, sunglasses, jewelry items, and shoes are "it," I think you'll agree. From Caitie's stunning Prada loafers to Eliza's celeb-approved corset that's a "buy immediately" pick and a few of our personal faves from our very own namesake collection, keep scrolling for our new fashion favorites."

These suede sandals are lined with the softest faux shearling, which makes them feel downright cloud-like. Though they may resemble slippers, there's honestly something so expensive looking about them (I think it's the tan hue) that I've taken to wearing them with trousers and knits for a relaxed but elevated vibe.

"Subtly ironic T-shirts always speak to me, so I kind of had to get this Sporty & Rich one. For the record, I don't like sports."

"When you think of a camel coat, you typically think of wool, but this one is quilted nylon. It's a little more casual than a typical camel coat but goes with just as many things, because camel. I also love that it's very lightweight but still warm."

"I love shopping on Italist—there are so many designer deals to be had. My latest acquisition is these perfect Saint Laurent loafers. They're comfortable, chic, and timeless."

"I suppose this is me very slowly creeping into the low-rise jeans territory. It's actually quite a departure for me since I usually wear very high-waisted jeans, but these are just slouchy and cool as opposed to resembling an early 2000s pop star's jeans. I'd suggest sizing up on these (I went up two sizes to get a fit that resembles the model's jeans)."

"You've probably worn (or at least are familiar with) Evolvetogether's popular disposable masks. I can say from experience that they're the best, and now that they've come out with this pink version with a portion of sales being donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, they're even better."

"Can you believe I've never owned a shacket? This was my first and I have to say, I'm impressed and want another in my collection. It has the warmth of a jacket without the unnecessary bulk."

"When I say I've been living in these corduroy pants, I mean it. There are still a few sizes left and if those are your sizes, you should consider getting yourself a pair. They're comfortable, soft, and unbelievably good for fall."

"I just got these but am so excited to wear these. I've talked about the clog trend quite a bit here on Who What Wear, and I'm finally participating!"

"I've been living in striped sweaters lately. This one by Alex Mill is my favorite to pair with relaxed jeans."

"If I'm being honest, this isn't a dress I'd typically go for, but I'm very much enjoying it. It's super flattering, has a cute cutout, and works well for transitional weather in L.A. I can totally see myself wearing it with sneakers or boots when the weather permits."

"I know what you're thinking: Why am I only just buying a white button-down top? Because I always borrowed my husband's, that's why. I felt like now was the time to get my own and I'm very happy with this purchase. The thing I like most is that it's oversized, but not too oversize so I'm not swimming in it. But it clearly needs a good steam. Whoops."

"I had to. They were sold out for so long and when I was alerted that my size was available, I jumped at the opportunity. These are an investment for sure, but they're the type of shoes that I know I'll wear for years to come. They make the simplest outfits look cool, and they're insanely comfortable. I walked over 20,000 steps in them one day and they didn't destroy my feet! Worth it."

"Don't hate on A&F—these are truly the best-fitting jeans I've bought in years. They're the perfect high waist, the washes are really good (I have two!), and they come in various lengths. I'm 5'4" on a good day, and the extra short hit me just where I like it: below my ankles."

"I pretty much primarily wear knee-high boots and have for the last roughly two years. (During quarantine, I'd often wear them around my apartment just to pretend like I was actually going somewhere.) But until recently, I'd only really stuck with all black, leather styles. Then I saw these burnt orange suede boots from the new Dear Frances collection and fell in love. I recently wore them for my birthday dinner, styled with a black one-shoulder Helmut Lang minidress. I can't wait to style them a dozen more ways this season."

"I'm 100% on board with making corsets a normal alternative to standard T-shirts and tanks. As long as you don't get one that's too constricting (I love this patterned, strapless one from Miaou), they're actually pretty comfortable and they make even the simplest of bottoms look interesting."

"Colored trench coats are one of my favorite fall trends of the moment, so when I spotted this navy blue vinyl coat, I knew I had to have it. It's become my go-to trench coat to throw on when I'm going out for dinner or to explore the museum."

"Steve Madden never disappoints with its shoes, but these chain heels take my love for the brand to new heights. Not only are these heels comfortable, but the arched heel and sparkly chain also make them look way more expensive than they are."

"Not to be that cliché woman that loves pink, but honestly, I do. I love the hue so much that I just got a second pink leather coat. Before you ask why it's necessary to own two pink coats, just look at how cute this I.Am.Gia coat is! It's so comfortable and so easy to style, and it gives Elle Woods vibes in the best way."

"I finally dipped my toe into test-driving pleated miniskirts, and I have to say I wholeheartedly get why this trend has been poppin' off. This Aritzia skirt is not only affordable, but it's also such an easy piece to style that it makes it the perfect skirt for fall."

"I can't get enough of all things Prada and especially love its stunning accessories like bags and shoes, but just picked up my first pair of sunglasses from the brand. This pair is part '90s throwback with the rectangular frames and part futuristic with the geometric arms. I never leave the house without a great pair of sunnies and think these make the ultimate, subtle statement."

Up next, see the fall trends our editors are *actually* wearing and 8 we're skipping.

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