ABLE Cyber Monday 2022
With transparent wages, heritage-quality products, and a commitment to women’s welfare, ABLE is one of my favorites when it comes to sustainable and ethical brands.
ABLE is an excellent ethical and sustainable alternative to Madewell, J. Crew, and Everlane in terms of style.
This year, ABLE is offering a particularly good Cyber Monday sale, with 40% off signature styles and 35% off full price items. Use the code, ITMATTERS, at checkout.
Since I haven’t shared many roundup or style posts recently, I wanted to take today to share some of my very favorite products on sale from ABLE.
Make sure to check out my Ethical and Sustainable Cyber Monday sale roundup here.
On Sale Now: Ends 11/28/22!
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Selam Tote, 40% off with code, ITMATTERS
Just the right size to tote a laptop, planner, and a couple of books to and from work, in a classic finish.
Gloria Graphic Tee, 40% off with code, ITMATTERS
This t-shirt has been on my wishlist for awhile. It’s simple, but the tiger graphic adds interest to any outfit.
Nikki Boot, 35% off with code, ITMATTERS
I have been looking for a pair of neutral or brown booties for work, and these fit the bill.
Rachel Crossbody, 40% off with code, ITMATTERS
I love that this bag has dainty, knotted handles, but also comes with a crossbody strap for easy carrying.
Norma Sweater, on sale + 35% off with code, ITMATTERS
Just very cute, and in one of my favorite colors, at an amazing price with stacked discounts.
Initial Lock Necklace, 35% off with code, ITMATTERS
I’m always on the lookout for simple, comfortable jewelry that I can get away with not taking off.
Are you shopping any seasonal sales? I bought a pair of rollerblades over the weekend and they’re supposed to arrive today!
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Leah Wise is the founder of StyleWise Blog. She has been writing, speaking, and consulting on sustainable fashion, the fair trade and secondhand supply chain, and digital marketing for over ten years. An Episcopal priest, Leah holds a B.A. in Religion from Florida State University and an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School. When not working, you can find her looking for treasures at the thrift store.