So Black Friday is in a week (November 27th) and its really been the only thing getting me through this month. With everything going on, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are meshing (but this is something that has already been happening with stores having weekend long sales). It can be overwhelming shopping with all the sales so I’m giving you my tips and tricks to prepare for all the frenzy.
Know your size
Black Friday is not the time to buy the wrong size, so make sure you take a close look stores size guides before the big event to figure out which size you should go for. Then, when the time comes, you can place your order confidently knowing you won’t have to return a thing. Goals.
2. Set a budget
The sale of all sales will come around faster than you think, so I really suggest you start putting away some money for it now. Because nothing would be worse than checking out all those Black Friday clothes, just to find out you still can’t afford everything you want. Yes, the deals will be the best you’ve ever seen, but you’ll still need some money to make use of them!
3. Create a wishlist
Most cites have wishlists for you to save your favorite pieces. Take advantage of it! Start updating yours now, so that when Black Friday weekend comes around you can simply check which of your selected styles are now discounted, add them to your bag in seconds and buy them at the best price ever. It’s genius really.
4. Figure out which staples you need
You might find yourself overwhelmed by all the Black Friday shoes, bags and clothes when the time comes, so it’s always a good idea to figure out what you need to buy in advance. Need a new pair of jeans? You’ll find them at Levi’s, American Eagle, H&M, Agolde, or Revolve this Black Friday. Still missing a winter coat? There’s a deal for that at Nordstrom. Trust me, you’ll love saving money on things you would’ve had to buy anyways!
5. Think ahead
The holidays are coming, so Black Friday really is the best time to start your Christmas shopping. What could be better than being able to buy your mom not one, but two or three gifts this year? Keep an eye out for my upcoming post on gifts ideas for you friends, parents, bae’s, and everyone in between. Giving has never been this easy!
6. Plan a virtual shopping trip
Even though we’ll be shopping online from home this Black Friday, that doesn’t mean you have to do it alone. Schedule in a video call with your best friends, share your screen and let them help you decide what to go for – just like you would in a fitting room! After all, a second opinion will always guarantee you really find the best Black Friday deals 2020.
7. Check back every day
New deals will be landing every day, so make sure you keep coming back. Plus, Cyber Monday is set to introduce some brand new offers and you don’t want to miss those. Every day is shopping day during cyber week and we couldn’t be more excited about it. Happy shopping!!!