Searching for a fresh trend before it catches fire (and subsequently sells out) is, as Cher Horowitz put it, like searching for meaning in a Pauly Shore movie…A.k.a. impossible. While we can’t always predict the next big thing to buy, we can catalog the best big things that are actually shoppable now. With a little help from our weekly column, The Sell-Out, we pulled together the top-selling products from the past year that are no longer sold out.
Instead of suggesting purchase alternatives, ahead we’re delivering the real-deal trends that you can finally get your hands on — no restocks or waitlists necessary. Scroll on to shop 29 fire-catching finds from the most figure-flattering one-piece swimwear to viral rainbow-flecked rings, Cardi B’s lipstick shade, the comfiest pair of French-girl heels, glowing sunscreen sticks, commuter backpacks, and more, along with the reasons why they sold out in the first place.
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The Cardi B LipstickThe iconic collab between lipstick legend Tom Ford and musical master Cardi B brought us this cool-blue, custom shade that originally sold out within three hours time — but, lucky for us fans, the sleek shade is now back in stock.
Tom Ford Boys & Girls Lip Color – The Girls (Cardi/Sheer), $36, available at Nordstrom
The Bauble Bar RingThis best-selling rainbow ring is a stackable statement piece with bright accessorizing power — and with hundreds of purchase approvals across Instagram and the brand’s site, it’s no wonder the piece originally sold out in three days time.
The Everlane OxfordsNever underestimate the timeless style-power of a classic pair of Italian-leather shoes — especially when Everlane is involved. The brand’s wildly popular Modern Oxford’s once boasted a waitlist of 6,500 people. And since a smart, well-made Oxford will never go out of style, good on you for finding them now.
Everlane The Modern Oxford – Cognac, $168, available at Everlane
The Frank Body Face ScrubIt’s hard to believe a body scrub could generate a buzz big enough to motivate 5,000 beauty-hungry shoppers to wait in line (or online) to purchase — but Frank Body did just that with its limited-edition Green Tease scrub made from caffeine and antioxidant-infused green tea, honey, avocado oil, ginger, licorice root, and energizing coffee-seed oil.
Frank Body Green Tease Body Scrub, $19.95, available at Ulta Beauty
The Ultracor Star-Print LeggingsThe viral drop on these star-studded workout leggings made from 8-way stretch, silky-soft compression fabric initially caused an over 500-person waitlist ruckus.
UltraCor Ultra High Lux Knockout Leggings, $196, available at Shopbop
The By Terry Cream BlushJust in time for welcoming the warm weather, this hit cream-based blush with its dreamy marshmallow-like texture is fully stocked and ready for the taking after completely selling out last summer.
By Terry Cellularose® Blush Glacé – Frozen Petal 3, $59, available at Net-A-Porter
The Summersalt One-PieceAnd speaking of warmer weather, Summersalt’s famously figure-flattering suit that once boasted an over 7,000-person waitlist is now shoppable in a wide variety of vibrant spring to summer shades.
Summersalt The Sidestroke, $95, available at Summersalt
The Smith & Cult MascaraThe hunt for the perfect mascara can end here, because Smith & Cult’s iconic Lash Dance — with its hourglass-shaped brush, fluffy bristles, and promise of full-feathered lashes that won’t flake — is back in stock, baby.
Smith & Cult Lash Dance Mascara – Radio Silence (0.5 fl oz.), $28, available at DermStore
The Ban.do Mental Health NecklaceStylish lifestyle brand Ban.do not only delivers on affirmational planners, but it also brilliantly touches mental health support too — its Bring Change To Mind nameplate-necklace collaboration (that originally sold out in 12 hours flat) donates all proceeds to the non-profit organization that serves to end the stigma around and discrimination against mental illness.
Bando Depression Necklace, $48, available at Bando
The Peach & Lily Resurfacing MaskA face-mask that sells out in minutes must work complexion miracles — and that’s exactly what Peach & Lily’s back-in-stock resurfacing product is reported to do with its soothing, lightweight jelly-like formula that smoothes, brightens, and rids skin of clogged pores after one use.
Peach and Lily Super Reboot Resurfacing Mask, $43, available at Ulta Beauty
The Trademark Gingham ToteSummer’s bag mascot is a simple but painfully chic gingham tote that Trademark couldn’t seem to keep in stock last season — but lucky for us and our sundresses, this machine-washable and picnic-friendly bag is back for last hurrah. If you fancy this one, you better scoop it up fast — Trademark designers Pookie and Louisa Burch have decided this season would be their last.
Trademark Small Gingham Grocery Tote, $98, available at Need Supply Co
The Sol de Janeiro Glow OilThe secret to a sun-kissed glow sans actual sun-damage? This best-selling sunset glow oil that sold out within an astonishing eight hours of its pre-sale — Sol de Janeiro’s popular product delivers a tropical shimmer with a hint of fig, pomelo, and Brazilian gardenia fragrance.
Sol de Janeiro Glow Oil – Copacabana Bronze (2.5 fl oz.), $35, available at DermStore
The Wildfang CoverallsThe answer to your in-between season styling conundrums is now shoppable with Wildfang’s universally-flattering and chic coveralls that once generated a 300-plus waitlist.
Wildfang Workwear Coverall, $188, available at Wildfang
The Pestle & Mortar Cleansing BalmEmulsifying balms are the beauty world’s caviar — and Pestle & Mortar’s formerly sold-out cleansing balm infused with rich grape seed, prickly pear, and pumpkin seed oils is the big Beluga.
Pestle & Mortar Pestle & Mortar Erase Balm Cleanser, $59, available at Anthropologie
The Snowe Home BathrobeHaving sold out twice since its initial debut on the luxury bedding and home site, Snowe’s ultra-plush bathrobe is not only back in stock but also available in additional spa-vibe-y colors.
Snowe Classic Bathrobe, $98, available at Snowe
The Bauble Bar EarringsLeave it to Bauble Bar to drop not one, but two sell-out accessories — these perfect for spring and summer super-light resin drop earrings have sold out a total of four times since their initial debut.
BaubleBar Faidra Resin Drop Earrings, $34, available at BaubleBar
The Ashley Graham Lip KitAnother celeb and makeup brand collab that the shop-fans just couldn’t resist — Ashley Graham’s cherry-red Revlon lip kit went out of stock in 3 hours flat, but now it’s back.
Revlon Ashley Graham Never Enough Lip Lip Kit in Worship, $19.98, available at Amazon
The Margaux Comfy HeelWe imagine that these are the heels a French girl would wear: effortlessly chic and comfy at the same damn time — and because of that, these almond-shaped 2.5-inch beauties well a sell-out success that have gloriously returned to stock.
Margaux The Heel, $295, available at Margaux
The Supergoop! Sunscreen StickWith spring comes summer and then sun, which means we need to stock up on the ‘screen — thankfully, Supergoop!’s travel-friendly glow stick with its unique non-greasy dry oil formula in SPF 50 is no longer sold out across the world-wide-web.
Supergoop! Glow Stick Sunscreen SPF 50 (1.23 oz.), $25, available at DermStore
The Richer Poorer BoxersLooking for a pair of underwear you can (and actually want) to live in? Look no further than Richer Poorer’s Femme Boxers and Bralette — the super-soft 100% cotton blend set originally sold out in just ten days time, reportedly tripling the site’s average weekly sales.
Richer Poorer Bralette & Boxer Set, $52, available at Nordstrom
The Hourglass Glitter ShadowRiding the cream-based, warm-weather makeup train, Hourglass’s former Sephora sell-out shadow has a crease-resistant and micro-fine glitter finish that comes in five separate potted shades.
Hourglass Scattered Light Glitter Eye Shadow, $29, available at Sephora
The Everlane Commuter BackpackWether you’re sporting it for work, weekend, or vacation, Everlane’s ever-popular commuter backpack for under $100 has you covered on both fashion and functions fronts.
Everlane The Nylon Commuter Backpack, $68, available at Everlane
The Amika Anti-Frizz ShampooCombat the upcoming humidity fronts with an anti-frizz shampoo that went down in Sephora sell-out history — Amika’s Velveteen Dream is formulated to protect your strands from breakage and split ends while also smoothing fly away frizzes.
Amika Velveteen Dream Smoothing Shampoo, $24, available at Birchbox
The ADAY White Button DownEnd your search for the classic white button down here with ADAY’s back-in-stock Something Borrowed shirt — since its initial brand launch, the stretchy, sweat-wicking, and wrinkle-resistant good sold out a total of 12 times.
ADAY Something Borrowed Shirt, $135, available at ADAY
The Milk Makeup Lip OilSensing a trend? Oil-based beauty goods make for fire-fast sell outs — and Milk Makeup’s once elusive oil-based lip stain with its sheer color and vitamin rich formula proves it.
Milk Makeup Oil Lip Stain, $9, available at Milk Makeup
The Harper Wilde Strapless BraLet’s all just admit it: strapless bras suck. Unless, of course, they’re Harper Wilde’s 6,000 person waitlist and rave-reviewed Flex-model that costs just $35 and offers a wide range of cushy support.
Harper Wilde The Flex, $35, available at Harper Wilde
The Under $5 Essence HighlighterThis makeup selling-sensation was once completely wiped clean from drugstore shelves for two major reasons: it’s a luminous highlighter and it’s under $5.
Essence Pure Nude Cosmolighter, $4.99, available at Ulta Beauty
The Magical Eloquii JeansJeans are polarizing, period — so the fact that this cropped, flared, and ruffled Eloquii pair caused a multi-sell-out frenzy means one thing and one thing only: they’re magic pants.
Eloquii Drama Ruffle Jean, $89.95, available at Eloquii
The Under $7 Face SerumHyaluronic acid is a complicated term that essentially means a naturally-occurring compound that attracts moisture to dry, winter-weary skin — and beauty brand The Ordinary crafted an under $7 serum blended with B5 that understandably sold out liquidity-quick, but has finally returned to digital-shelves.
The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 Serum, $6.8, available at Sephora
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