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Black Friday Sale Round Up: Part I

Ahh Black Friday. The Christmas morning of November. There’s no better time to get a start on your holiday shopping – and with all of your savings you can buy a little something for yourself. Skip the crowds and craziness this year and scoop up those amazing deals from the comfort of your own home. Here’s a roundup of some of the sales going on tomorrow and a few of our favorite picks from each! (And take a look at Marty’s round-ups of some more great sales here and here.)

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Gap (50% off site wide with code: BLKFRIDAY):

 

Bloomingdale’s (up to 50% off on a selection of items site wide!):

 

Everlane:

The holidays are all about giving and Everlane has done something really awesome that will allow you to give back. All of the profits from its Black Friday sale will go to their partners in Hangzouh, China. The money will go towards updating recreational facilities for individuals who live and work at the factory! You can join here.

 

Madewell (25% off your entire purchase with code: GIFTON)

 

Piperlime (25% off site wide with code: THANKFUL25)

 

BaubleBar (15% off two items with code: FRIDAY15)

 

Here are a few more sales that are going on now as my early Christmas gift to you:

6pm (15% off with code 6PMEU112720141585)

Alice + Olivia (25% off sitewide + free shipping!)

Ann Taylor (50% off your entire purchase with code THANKS)

Anthropologie (25% off EVERYTHING with code HOLIDAY25)

ASOS (30% off of everything with code TGIBF)

Athleta (20% off of your entire purchase with code FIT20)

Boden (30% off sitewide + free shipping with code 3K3G)

Brooks Brothers (15% off + Free Shipping)

Club Monaco (Buy more save more with code TGIBF)

French Connection (30% off full priced styles with code 30FCBF)

J. Crew (30% off full priced styles with code HOLIDAY)

Milly (25% off sitewide with code BF2014)

Nordstrom (Up to 40% off select products and an additional 20% off select sale items)

Revolve (Select items up to 80% off!)

Shopbop (Buy more save more with NO BRAND EXCLUSIONS! with code GOBIG14)

Theory (40% off sitewide)

Happy shopping! Be sure to check back later for more of our favorite Black Friday picks in Part II!

XO

JD

Today Would Have Been Audrey Hepburn’s 85th Birthday

Google pays tribute to Hollywood’s fair lady in today’s Google Doodle.

After a bizarre and traumatic childhood, Audrey went on to be a Hollywood great. Read her story on The Guardian and be sure to check out 25 Timeless Style Lessons from Audrey Hepburn on HuffPostStyle.

Surely you’ve pranced around singing Wouldn’t it Be Loverly? when you were younger. And you’ve had (or still have, or know someone who had) one of these Breakfast at Tiffany’s posters:
I had both on the back of my closet door in college. I have no doubt that they influenced my style, seeing as my collection of LBDs (Little Black Dresses) and pearls grew during this time.

Not only are LBDs universally flattering, but so very classic and versatile.

J.Crew’s Wedding Shop has several classic styles:

Raquel Dress in Cotton Cady
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Misha Dress in Cotton Cady {Extra 30% off w/ code: SALESALE).
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And if you’re a 00 (I’m not…) you can score this Louisa Dress in Silk Chiffon for only $50 (reg: $250)!
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Here’s my favorite LBD by Laundry by Shelli Segal:
The-JCR-Girls-Blog-Martha Photo Cred: GiGi New York.

Not only was Audrey a Hollywood star and a style icon, but she dedicated the last 5 years of her life to humanitarian work – Audrey Hepburn’s Work with UNICEF:

 “From the moment she signed on, she went into the field, meeting with the starving children whose message of despair she hoped to carry to the rest of the world. Completely hands on in her approach, she raised the consciousness of millions of people about countries they never knew existed.”

The moral of the story is, as much as we’d love to emulate Audrey’s style by eating croissants and dressing to the nines a la Breakfast at Tiffany’s, we should take her real life work on behalf of the world’s children to heart. Visit unicefusa.org to help a child now.