Top Black Friday steals
As they say, if you can't beat ‘em, join ‘em. Black Friday might be one of the busiest days on the high street, but it’s also the buzziest, with deals and steals galore. We’ve rounded up our best panic-free buys that’ll serve you well on Black Friday and beyond.Shop Black Friday
1. Rock on
Don’t save the statement knitwear for your wardrobe – this slogan tee is the fashion-forward buy for your very own mini frontman. And with a wool and cashmere blend, ribbed hems and sizes from tots to teens, it’s as practical as it is punky. Ziggy Stardust, eat your heart out.
Zadig & Voltaire, Boys Knitted Sweater, Was £89, Now £62.30
2. Case in point
Winter sun, here we come. Or just weekend away. Or even just trying to catch a train with all our stuff during Christmas Eve chaos. Either way, the roomy suitcase comes into its own come Christmas time, and this durable design comes with a four wheel spinner system and ten-year guarantee. Sold.
Antler, Pluto Red Medium Spinner Suitcase, Was £150, Now £75
Because life is too short for sheets that don’t make you count down the minutes ‘till bedtime – and sometimes that sleepy time tea just isn’t cutting it. With an 1000 thread count, these sheets are the heavyweights of the bedding world for good reason - we’ll be investing for a serious self-care moment.
Luxury Hotel Collection, 1000 Tc Supima Cotton Duvet Cover, Was £155, Now £62
4. Soft spot
The latest entry to the wish-it-came-in-our-size list, this wild style knit dress is more than worthy of a mention in her letter to Santa. With a fuzzy cheetah patch and embroidery details, it’s as cool as it is cosy - just the throw-on-and-go to see her through winter.
Little Marc Jacobs, Girls' Grey Knitted Dress, Was £135, Now £83.30
5. Duvet days
Think of this as a cosy night in for the road. Filled with microfibre down, it’s both supremely warm and ridiculously lightweight – winner. We’re picturing it layered over plaid shirts and neutral tees, accompanying you on all your wintertime gallivanting.
Barbour, Leven Quilt Jacket, Was £129, Now £103.20
6. All-weather wonder
If you’ve thus far held off buying this year’s coat, then congratulations - your restraint is about to pay off. Pairing the warmth of wool with the chic, easy appeal of a trench, this multi-tasker is making a strong application for that vacancy in your coat wardrobe.
Karen Millen, Belted Trench Coat, Was £375, Now £281.25
7. Soft touch
Here’s one for hibernators everywhere. The cosy throw is practically compulsory this time of year, and there’s no layer as luxurious as faux fur. We’d save it for those dead days between Christmas and New Year, if we could resist whipping it out straight away.
Linea Dark Grey Faux Fur Throw, Was £65, Now £45.50
8. Rising star
We’re more than a little starry eyed for this season’s interstellar trend - and if stars are the new stripes, you could do a lot worse than this maxi shirt dress which gives them a graphic update. Dressed up with chunky heels and a bit of bling, it’s the cool girl’s party dress alternative.
Mint Velvet, Ava Print Midi Dress, Was £119, Now £95.20
9. Face the music
If you’ve got the music in you – and we bet you’re humming along right now – this musical mash up of guitars, trombones and saxophones is just the print that Christmas party dreams were made of. Layered under a lightweight jacket, it’ll hit all the right notes (sorry).
Ted Baker, Cpalace Musical Instrument Shirt, Was £89, Now £62.30
10. Layer to love
A staple of even the most ruthlessly curated coat wardrobe, the duster really is the ultimate do-it-all. This AllSaints number’s lightly relaxed fit gives it a slightly boxier shape, so it’s as slick over a suit as it is thrown over a chunky knit. A winter winner, if ever there was one.
AllSaints, Foley Coat, Was £348, Now £243.60