Is anyone else feeling totally overwhelmed by Black Friday deals? The energy feels frenetic, rather than typical holiday excitement. And I found myself drowning in "75% off until 10AM, 60% until 3PM" or "20% off your $150 purchase, 35% off your $300..."
So I latched onto Anthropologie's very straight-forward Black Friday promotion: 20% off everything, no code needed. (The discount will be reflected upon checkout.)
But since it's Black Friday, I feel like we should really be getting a deal, not just 20% off. So I searched Anthro's sale rack. And Mamas? It's good. And now an additional 20% off.
Warning: The widget I'm using to display isn't always showing the marked down price. You'll have to click through for the sale price.
Sweaters and Tops
I just bought the first two sweaters listed (the short-sleeve one and the brightly colored stripes). In both instances, you can play pretty fast-and-loose with sizing. I tried on a couple different sizes in each, and barely noticed a difference.
(NOTE: I picked them up in-store...ended up with a L in the short-sleeve, but I was picking between L and XL. In the stripes I came home with a small.)
Dresses and Skirts
A perfectly ladylike dress in badass black leather (OMG WANT), a flirty orange holiday dress that makes nursing a cinch, a shimmery pooch-hider, a jaw-droppingly gorgeous skirt, and a shift dress that appeals to my minimalist tendencies (I'd wear with a turtleneck, tights and boots).
Annoyingly, most of the prices shown are the original, not the sale price.
Jeans and Boots
Am loving the perfectly faded and artfully distressed black jeans, boyfriend jeans in a surprising dark wash, and a jeans that get the lightwash, faded thing right. Also? Wait until you see the boots. Sofreakingcool.
Again, mostly original prices shown. Sigh.
Happy shopping, Mamas! And let me know what you think of this format. I don't love the fact that the correct prices aren't reflected, but WOW this saves me a ton of time.