The great shopping event of 2020 has begun! Brands and retailers have started rolling out their Black Friday discounts and deals early this year. And it will get better by the day. We are going to do our very best to capture the discounts, codes and best products to grab. And we recommend that in addition to shopping online, you see how you can patronize your local women-owned small businesses that need help this year. They might not be able to deep discount products but need support. We are going to highlight these companies in our directory and continue to tell their stories.
Discounts, Sales and More…
While we are focused on women-owned, women-designed brands. We’ll share those at multi-brand retailers (so you can shop other categories) but near-and-dear to our hearts are our sisters. So look for women-owned and don’t forget to #shopsmall this year too.
alice & olivia
Bloomingales ($25 for every $125 you spend)
Betsey Johnson (Get 35% Off with code FRIYAY!)
Chinti & Parker
Cupcakes and Cashmere
Diane Von Furstenberg
|Ellery||Fitflop (up to 40% off – Black Friday Sale)|
For Love & Lemons
Goop (60% off for Black Friday)
HATCH (up to 40% off)
|Isabel Marant Etoile||Jennifer Behr|
|Katy May||Lily & Lionel|
Macys (up to 70% off this week)
|Olivia Von Halle|
|Pam & Gela|
Reebok x Victoria Beckham
SIR the label
Shopbop (Different discount each day)
Spanx (30% off sale)
Tory Burch (Spend $250+ and receive 30% off with code THANKS)
|Ulla Johnson||Veronica Beard|
|Young Fabulous & Broke|
Looking for More?
We are always looking for great deals, sales, discounts and just really awesome products. You might also want to give back while you shop. Women-owned businesses are very focused on giving back while doing business. And this year, a focus on the community is even more poignant. You can check out some of the advocacy-related products we reported on previously. We’ll also be adding content on how to shop this holiday season with a conscience so stay tuned. Also read about non-profit executive Stien Van der Ploeg about her journey working without a salary. Not only is Stien’s journey fascinating, she’d be happy to answer any questions about where to donate this year.
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