2017 Black Friday Sale Roundup

Tiffanys in London at ChristmasHappy Thanksgiving, friends! They don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in England (Pilgrims coming to America and all), but weirdly I somehow had my third Thanksgiving dinner tonight? I attended a delicious Canadian Thanksgiving at my friend Riley’s, made ALL the beige food for my English housemates, and tonight I headed out to eat (semi-cooking one meal is enough for my taste) with some American friends. Will never be tired of pumpkin pie and gravy.

We may not celebrate Thanksgiving here or have the days off work, but luckily, England has embraced Black Friday sales. I’m not partaking this year, trying to stick to a budget and all, but I thought I’d share some of my favourite sales with you, in case you’re looking to snag a stylish deal.

Reformation – 30% in store and online. New York cool girl brand that’s also extremely sustainable.

 

Madewell – 25% all purchases in store and online. One of my all-time fave stores for classic, yet cool pieces. Usually excellent quality.

Shopbop – 30% full priced items and 75% off sale. Perfect for stocking up on fashion-forward, and a little bit pricier items.

Bandier – 20% off sitewide. Sleek, super-luxe activewear site beloved by one of my blogger idols Something Navy.

NA KD – 30% off all full-priced items using code BLACKWEEK. This blogger popular site is great for picking up inexpensive, trendy pieces.

Bauble Bar – 30% off with code FRIDAY30. Big fan of their ear crawlers and ear cuffs.

 

Uniqlo – Definitely stock up on their Heattech line and cashmere to keep warm this winter
 

Levi’s – 30% off everything. Their Wedgie jeans are my all-time faves.

 
More discounts:
Asos – 20% off everything with code WIN20
TopShop – Up to 50% off certain styles
Pretty Little Thing -Up to 50% off everything
Glossier – 20% off everything

Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends and family! Fun fact, I learned today that President Lincoln made Thanksgiving a national holiday as a way to try to bring the country together after the Civil War, how lovely is that?