Ah yes, it's that joyful time of year yet again. No, we're not talking about the season for sipping on egg nog, singing along to carols, and decorating the tree — we're talking about Black Friday and the unavoidable frenzy that comes with it.
While others storm big-box stores and try to avoid getting trampled, we've set our sights on some of the smaller and online boutiques. Three fashion labels have caught our eye so far, with ridiculously priced deals lasting from now until Monday November 27. We're talking up to 70 percent off. And since we don't want to waste your time with these introductory words, we'll just cut to the chase. Here are the top three Black Friday fashion deals that you absolutely have to get your hands on.
You know when we hinted at 70 percent off fashion finds? Yeah, we were referencing TOBI. The fast-fashion retailer always has the cutest clothes, and from November 24 to 27, you'll be entitled to different deals on different days.
Friday, Nov 24 - Saturday, Nov 25: Take up to 70% off TOBI's end of season styles
Friday, Nov 24 - Sunday, Nov 26: Take 60% off all-black styles listed here
Friday, Nov 24 - Wednesday, Nov 29: Take 50% off sitewide for these days!
Saturday, Nov 25: Take 60% off select TOBI holiday dresses
Slapping an extra 20 percent off the above deal doesn't sound too bad, does it? Lulus is offering some outstanding deals on even more awesome styles. Definitely check out the holiday dresses for upcoming NYE.
Thursday, Nov 23 - Sunday, Nov 26: Up to 90% off exclusive products and even some designer styles, plus free shipping.
Monday, Nov 27: Beginning at 2pm, Cyber Monday grants you with an additional 40% off already marked down items, plus free shipping.
Calling Canadian girls — or those who happen to live in a city that has an Aritzia location. The fashion giant is putting select fall and winter items on sale for one week only, and all in the name of Black Friday.
Monday, Nov 20 - Monday, Nov 27: Select fall and winter items are on sale for up to 50% off — both online and in store. Guess you don't need to have one in your city after all.