I, like many of you, am a power sale shopper. While I’ll invest in a full-priced item from time to time if there’s a strong enough cost-per-wear value, I tend to bookmark items I’m coveting and hold out until they’re discounted. So you can imagine what happens when Black Friday weekend rolls in. Basically, I go nuts—adding the pieces I’ve been eyeing all season to my cart. On that note, I actually did most of my holiday shopping this year during this sale extravaganza. And honestly, I’m so happy I did because I saved big. After tallying up what I purchased for my loved ones so far, I’ve actually saved over $250 by waiting until Cyber Weekend to buy.
To give you a glimpse into what I scooped up (note many of the items are similar purchases as I don’t want to give away everything I bought for my friends and family), I’m sharing my holiday shopping list with you below. You can also keep scrolling to shop more inspired gift ideas that are all seriously discounted if you want to get in on that savings action too.
ASOS Design Maxi Patched Fleece Coat ($78)
My fiancé’s sister has been wanting a cozy, slightly furry coat (but nothing too dramatic). We’re all about the cool fleece jackets out there right now.
Outdoor Voices CloudKnit Sweatpants ($64)
As he’s someone who works from home, my brother is always on the hunt for comfortable joggers that he can also wear out and about when he runs out for coffee.
Rebecca Minkoff Blurry Bouquet Scarf ($35)
I like to give my fiancé’s mother items from brands she truly loves, like Rebecca Minkoff. A scarf is always a solid gift idea because one can never have too many.
Staud Bissett Bag ($253)
My mother, like me, loves handbags. While she has a variety of classic styles, I wanted get her a fun, trendy silhouette to test out this season.
Acne Studios Elmas Cardholder ($64)
My fiancé has a nice wallet, but has been wanting a slimmer card case to avoid bulkiness in his pocket when he’s out, this fun option will do the trick.
H&M Knit Turtleneck Sweater ($24)
When I was out shopping with my mom recently, she mentioned the need for a cozy camel sweater to upgrade her sweater game. Voilà! This one is special because of the pearl accents on the sleeves.
Now, shop more fashionable gift ideas:
Thready & Supply Wubby Fleece Pullover ($50)
Anyone would covet this cozy pullover. Trust.
Loeffler Randall Indy Snake-Effect Leather Tote ($270)
A gorgeous bag is never a bad gift idea.
Nike M2K Tekno Sneakers ($54)
These sneakers are where it’s at. Who wouldn’t want them?
Naadam The Essential Cashmere Sweater ($53)
Gorgeous cashmere that won’t totally break the bank.
Strathberry The Strathberry Nano Tote ($312)
So sophisticated and modern for a special person in your life.
Club Monaco Teddy Coat ($279)
Legit anyone would dream of this cozy coat.
Madewell Washed Motorcycle Jacket ($423)
Give someone you really love the luxury of a perfect moto jacket.
Saint Laurent Printed Textured-Leather Cardholder ($192)
For that music lover.
Sam Edelman Hai Tall Boots ($170)
Go on and upgrade someone’s shoe closet.
All in Favor Long Sleeve Midi Dress ($39)
Consider this the perfect party dress for yourself (or someone you love).
Nike One Luxe Dri-Fit Stretch Leggings ($63)
Indulge that workout buddy in your life.
Thread & Supply Double-Breasted Peacoat ($38)
A sophisticated peacoat would be a welcomed addition to anyone’s closet.
Carhartt WIP Acrylic Watch Hat ($22)
One can never have too many beanies.
Reformation Liza Jeans ($69)
Give yourself the gift of the perfect straight-leg jeans.
& Other Stories Dinosaur Button Knit Cardigan ($79)
The dinosaur buttons make this cardigan even more special.
Orolay Thickened Down Jacket ($140)
There it is—that famous coat. I’m sure someone on your list wants it.
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