I asked, and you spoke! You’d love to know about the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals that hit my mailbox.
Now, this list isn’t going to have every sale every where. That’s futile on my end, and there are bigger blogs who are equipped to handle that madness. Instead, this is a list of my favorite shops and the wonderful deals and steals they have going on (and my hope is you’ll love these, too!).
This The Wall Street Journal article is interesting, because the hype behind Black Friday is so ridiculous. The basic gist: know what the product costs year round. Make sure you’re actually getting the best price, and don’t fall into the madness. Just this last week I purchased two winter coats at Old Navy (on sale) with an extra 30%. The coats are further reduced in today’s sale, but the cost from last week? Is the same. Be smart shoppers!
Trashy Diva fans can take 30% off their order with the code 30off. Excludes sale items (which are already over 50% off!) and ends on 11/30.
Cookoorikoo has almost everything in the shop 20% off– AND you can take an additional 15% off with the code THANKYOU. This includes barrette and ring of the month club purchases! (I have several Cookoorikoo necklaces and love them AND Miss Shanalee.) Valid through 11/26.
Wendy Brandes is offering an extra 20% off her sale items. Luxury jewelry at its finest!
Shop Fashion & Accessories:
At Anthropologie you can enjoy 25% off sale with new markdowns added- no code required!
ASOS has two promotions running: 11/23 ONLY – 20% off everything when you use code BLACKFRIDAYBONUS and on 11/26 ONLY – 30% off everything when you use code CYBERMONDAYSPECIAL
City Chic is offering 60% off site-wide through 11/26. No coupon necessary.
Dorothy Perkins, from 11/21t through 11/27, you can enjoy 20% off full price dresses (excludes Kardashian Kollection).
eShakti has up to 50% off select items (no code necessary).
Evans is offering 20% off the entire store 11/23-11/27. You can also save an additional 20% off through 11/30 with the code Save20.
Freida Rothman will be running a 25% OFF site-wide promotion on all earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings purchased during the holiday weekend. Simply enter code “Holiday2013” between Friday, November 23rd and end-of-day Monday, November 26th to receive the discount.
Gap has up to 60% off their entire store through 11/24.
Infinity Shoes is offering 30% off site-wide with the code Thanks30. Valid through 11/28.
Men’s footwear brands GBX and Giorgio Brutini are running a 25% OFF site-wide sale with the code “Black25” from 11/21 through Sunday, 11/25. There is a One-Day Only 30% OFF site-wide sale with code “Cyber30” on 1126 (valid on full-priced items only).
Old Navy’s Cheermageddon! Tons of deals like 50% of outerwear, $10 sweaters, $15 jeans (true story: the outerwear I ordered earlier last week at 30% off + on sale was as cheap as today’s sales. It’s a good reminder not to believe the hype.
J. Crew is offering 25% off all orders + free shipping on orders over $150, when you use code COLOR25 through 11/25.
Modcloth is having their ‘Tis the Season Sale beginning on Thanksgiving, 11/22 and running through Sunday, 11/25. There will be 50% Off 100s of Brand New Styles.
Sealed with a Kiss Designs hosts a 50 for 50% off sale beginning this past Wednesday, and running through 11/27.
Shabby Apple is giving you the chance to save 20% off everything site wide with the code JOYFULSEASON. Sale ends 11/30.
Sunglass Hut is offering 50% off select styles with the code BOX50 (or it’s Buy One Get One Free if you select two). Select Vogue styles are on sale with VOGUE70. Or you can get giftcards with the purchase of full priced glasses.
And While You’re Shopping…
While you’re planning your holiday shopping and indulging in sales, please, please be sure to ALSO support Small Business Saturday, where many choose to put their holiday spending back into the local economy. This is something very close to me, as so many of my friends have small businesses that I love to support.
Buy wonderful handmade soap, jewelry, or clothes, and eat lunch at a local restaurant. (There are also some wonderful small, independent businesses represented above!) It began last year as a day between Black Friday and Cyber Monday for people to shop local, keep their money in their local economy, and invest back in the people who make your city wonderful.
I feel incredibly fortunate that it is so easy in New Orleans to put our money into local businesses every day, but I realize not everyone has that luxury. Make this Saturday the 1 day a year that you can, too.