My Black Friday Sale Picks
I’m really glad that so many retailers are starting their sales early this year. Because in the past, I have felt anxious leading up to Black Friday.
I’ve never been a huge Black Friday shopper, but I have paid careful attention to discounts in order to share them here. And, especially when I was being more strict about purchasing from “ethical” retailers, this time of year was the only time I could afford certain items.
This year, I am using my slow fashion philosophy rather than only buying from ethical and sustainable retailers.
This helps me be very clear about exactly what I want and not settle for good enough. This actually significantly reduces my total purchases, which I count as a win.
See my Black Friday Sales post for discount codes!
What I’m Buying
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- PACT Bath Towels – on sale, no code needed
- Madewell Curvy Perfect Jeans – on sale + 30% off with code, OHJOY
- Land’s End Teddy Bear Coat – on sale + 15% off with code, ENJOY15
- Aerosoles Chelsea Boots – on sale + 15% off with code, ENJOY15
- Madewell Transport Bag: Puff Edition – 30% off with code, OHJOY
I have been saving up for new towels for awhile now and know that PACT’s will be good, because I already have their waffle knit washcloths. They are really high quality and wash up well.
Madewell jeans because they’re my favorite!
I’ve been looking for a “fancy” fleece coat that hits at the thigh for months and this is it!
I am unfortunately replacing the Blundstones I bought a few weeks ago because they’re not comfortable on me (the arch is too narrow for my high arches). I like the look of these Chelsea boots.
And lastly, I actually scored this Madewell bag on Ebay for $50 this morning. I stick to one bag for a long time, so I’m always looking for something versatile that’s not too big or too small.
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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.