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Summer may have just ended, but your favorite online stores are already pushing out Halloween and holiday decor. Early adapters should check out AllModern‘s harvest offerings and Birch Lane’s festive assortment of ornaments and wreaths. Those hanging onto summer a little longer can still find great discounted outdoor furniture on Hayneedle.
AllModern: Up to 65% off guest prep essentials, harvest decor, flatware and more.
ABC Home: The Custom Sale: Save up to 25% off special-order upholstery, up to 10% off in-stock upholstery.
Birch Lane: 15% off with code HURRY. Up to 60% off lighting, rugs, bedding, decor, ornaments and tree décor, faux trees, wreaths, decorative accents, and more at Birch Lane.
Bloomingdale’s: Save on bath, bedding, sheets, pillows, and comforters, home decor, luggage and travel, rugs, furniture and mattresses.
The Container Store: Organized Day Sale. Save up to 25% off select items; Shelving Sale: All shelving, desks and Elfa 25% off.
Crate & Barrel: Up to 20% off select furniture, mattresses and box springs through Sept. 25.
Hayneedle: Save on entertainment centers, recliners, sofas & sectionals, coffee tables & more through Sept. 24; Bedroom Sale: save up to 65% off beds, bedding, furniture & more through Sept. 24; Overstock Event: save on outdoor & indoor finds through Oct. 1; Fall Outdoor Sale: save on patio furniture, fire pits, storage and more through Oct. 5.
Joss & Main: Up to 70% off dining, living, kitchen, and bedroom. Up to 50% off upholstered accent furniture. Up to 75% off outdoor furniture. Up to 65% on spellbinding décor, playful pillows, and autumnal outdoor décor now through 10/8 at Joss & Main!
Kohl’s: Weekend Sale: Save on select bed & bath, kitchen & dining and more through Sept. 24.
Land of Nod: Save up to 80% off thousands of sale items; up to 20% off activity tables, Parker Kids chairs, Nod chairs and beanbags.
Macy’s: VIP Sale: Save on select designer bed & bath, dining & entertaining, furniture, kitchen, luggage & backpacks and mattresses through Sept. 25.Plus take an extra 10% – 25% off select items with code VIP.
Pier 1: Save up to 20% off upholstered living room seating (excludes Magnolia Home); plus, save on all pillows, bath and mirrored furniture.
Pottery Barn: Save up to 20% off dining tables and chairs; up to 30% off select beds, pillows, throws, coffee tables & side tables and chandeliers; 40% off all rugs and wood gallery frames, excluding gray.
Pottery Barn Kids: Save $50 to $250 off all twin beds, 20% – 60% off select rugs; 20% off nursery seating, chamois & flannel bedding and Halloween treat bags; up to 60% off furniture; up to 70% off clearance.
Pottery Barn Teen: Save 20% off your order using code WHATWHAT; plus, save 30% off favorite bedding, 25% off vanities, 25% off storage beds, 20% to 50% off desks & desk seating, 20% off all sectionals.
Rejuvenation: Save 20% off dining room furniture and pendant lamps.
Urban Outfitters: Save up to 40% off select home favorites, including sofas, pillows and home décor.
West Elm: Friends & Family Sale: Save 20% off your order using code FFSALE; plus, save 20% off furniture, up to 40% off furniture & rugs, up to 60% off markdowns.
Williams Sonoma Home: Buy More, Save More: Save 10% off $250+, 15% off $500+, 20% off $1,000+, 25% off $2,000+ using code SAVENOW.
World Market: Save 20% off full-price items using code SEPTSAVE through 9/22; save up to 50% off all dining furniture, 30% off all tableware and linens.
Pregnant Kylie Jenner Hides Her Baby Bump as She Heads to Vegas to Meet Up with Boyfriend Travis ScottSun Sep 24 09:08:06 EDT 2017
Mommy and daddy-to-be has a night out in Las Vegas on Saturday.
One day after sources confirmed to PEOPLE that she is pregnant, Kylie Jenner headed to Las Vegas to see her beau, Travis Scott, perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, who is expecting a baby girl in February, covered up her bump with an oversized black t-shirt and brown plastic pants.
From a VIP platform, Jenner, 20, watched Scott, 25, perform with DJ Khaled, Chance The Rapper, Demi Lovato and French Montana at the T-Mobile Arena.
The couple snuck in via the back, as to not be seen by the public.
Neither Scott nor any of the artists he performed with made mention of Jenner’s pregnancy.
After Scott’s surprise appearance as part of Khaled’s set, he headed backstage where he was spotted hugging Jenner.
Later in the evening, Scott headed to Hakkasan nightclub for a performance.
As PEOPLE previously reported, Scott and Jenner are both exciting about becoming new parents.
“It is an unexpected but completely amazing turn of events that she could not be more excited or thrilled about,” a source previously said.
“Everyone is overjoyed for her,” the source added. “This is the happiest she’s ever been.”
Another insider said Scott began telling friends about the pregnancy in July. “He was so excited he couldn’t keep it in,” says the insider. “He’s been so affectionate and protective of Kylie since they found out. He can’t wait to be a dad.”
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Kylie has been dating Scott since earlier this year.
Her baby won’t be the only new member joining the famous KarJenner brood: older sister Kim Kardashian West is also expecting via surrogate. Kardashian West shares two other children with husband Kanye West, Saint, who is 21 months old, and daughter North, who turned 4 in June.
Sat Sep 23 20:42:48 EDT 2017
The Suits star, 36, star showed her support for the royal, 33, at his Invictus Games in Toronto, which runs from Saturday through Sept. 30.
Markle, who films the hit legal drama in the Canadian city, was all smiles as she cheered on the athletes in the Paralympic-style Invictus Games for wounded service members from around the world. Meanwhile, Harry sat a few rows away next to First Lady Melania Trump whom he met with earlier in the day.
Markle wore a purple dress with a purple leather coat over her shoulders as she sat with friend Markus Anderson. She stood along with the rest of the crowd during the Canadian national anthem and clapped heartily as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (her acquaintance and a friend of Harry) made his welcome address.
She also applauded as Mike Meyers — an official ambassador of the games — gave a rousing speech, talking about his parents who served in World War II.
Meyers said his father “would talk about the unbreakable bond” between comrades. “He’d remember the names of all the soldiers he served with,” he added.
And he told the competitors taking part in the coming week of competition, “never give in, never give up. Never. Never. Never.”
Markle frequently leaned into Anderson as they enjoyed The Tenors performance, sometimes pulling the purple leather jacket that was loosely around her shoulders around her.Stephen Lock/i-Images via ZUMA
Toronto has become a special place for the couple. Harry made a secret detour from the Caribbean to spend time with Markle in her adopted hometown in December. The royal couple also spent Easter weekend together in Toronto. Harry also called Toronto a “home away from home” when he met with Governor General David Johnston.
“Despite the distance, the media attention and everything else, there’s a real ease to their relationship,” a source previously told PEOPLE. “It just works. They are deeply happy.”
Last month, the couple set off for a short getaway at Queen Elizabeth II’s Scottish highlands estate. The big question, of course, is whether Harry introduced his girlfriend to the Queen — a key step on the road to engagement. (Neither Harry’s office at Kensington Palace nor Buckingham Palace would comment.)
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All eyes have been on the high-profile couple since their romance was revealed last October.
“It has its challenges, and it comes in waves — some days it can feel more challenging than others,” Markle said. “And right out of the gate it was surprising the way things changed. But I still have this support system all around me, and, of course, my boyfriend’s support.”
Both Harry and Meghan share a commitment to supporting the troops. The prince, who served 10 years in the Army, has long been a champion of causes that benefit servicemen and women. In addition to the Invictus Games, he has inspired veterans with the Walking with the Wounded charity and his Endeavour Fund. Meghan, meanwhile, traveled to Afghanistan in December 2014 on a USO tour.
“In gratitude to our troops, and the opportunity to thank them personally for their sacrifice and service,” she captured a photo from the trip. “Such an honor and feeling very very blessed.”