The 27 Best and Worst Dressed Celebs at the Met Gala 2022

The 27 Best and Worst Dressed Celebs at the Met Gala 2022

The Met Gala is back, and with it comes all the high fashion and celebrity attention-seeking we all love so much. And why not? It’s not just the biggest night in fashion—it’s practically the “look at me” prom. Celebrating the

Costume Institute’s exhibit America: An Anthology of Fashion, with a “Gilded Glamour” dress code requested, the Met Gala isn’t actually a costume party, although many people get hung up on whether attendees stick to the year’s theme or not.

For us, it’s not that

we want to see literal bustles and tiaras on the red carpet so much as we want to see a tribute to the grandeur and luxury of the period. It’s less about looking like you’re in a costume drama and way more about stepping up to the occasion and delivering something grand and eye-popping. The following stars represent the best and the most disappointing efforts of the night.

Best and Worst Dressed Celebs at the Met Gala 2022: Blake Lively in Atelier Versace and Ryan Reynolds in Ralph Lauren

One thing you can say about Blake Lively: When she gets it right, she really gets it right. She didn’t just show up in a Klimt-esque Versace with a bustle sporting opera gloves and a tiara, but she delivered a reveal and magically transformed herself

(with the help of several attendants), going from a bronze look to one designed to look like aged bronze, paying homage to not only the Statue of Liberty but also the ceiling of Grand Central Station and the architecture of the Empire State Building. She and her team really thought this one through and the results are spectacular. Oh, hey, Ryan. You look good too.

Cynthia Erivo in Louis Vuitton

For many Black attendees, designers, and stylists, the big question hanging over the Met Gala this year was how to interpret its Gilded Age references and whether they felt compelled to acknowledge the truth of what life was like for most

Black people in America during that time. Cynthia always brings drama and dazzle to her red carpet style, but we think she really nailed it this time—in a look that pays homage to Black women of the 19th century with a regal, high-society undertone that feels right.

Mindy Kaling in Atelier Prabal Gurung

We’re sorry, but someone has to say it. This is a Golden Globes dress if ever we saw one. Pretty, but completely underwhelming for this night.

Best and Worst Dressed Celebs at the Met Gala 2022: Megan Thee Stallion in Moschino

It’s definitely gilded glamour, and it’s giving goddess to boot. We’re not entirely convinced those sheer cutouts are working with the rest of the design, but we love the ornate trim on the bust and the golden wing treatment on the shoulders. She looks like a Gilded Age statue of some idealized female figure.

Kaia Gerber in Alexander McQueen and Austin Butler in Prada

She is serving shimmering glamour and Pre-Raphaelite hair. He is serving “I’m so hot.” The supermodel and star of the upcoming Elvis made their red carpet debut as a couple, and we’d say they crushed it. While they’re not among the more eye-popping looks of the night, they couldn’t look more impossibly glamorous, more in love, and more…well, hot.

Tommy Dorfman in Christopher Kane

We hate to say it, but we’re afraid this isn’t working for us. The textile is heavy and that somewhat dreary green and black combination isn’t helping or giving the look that feel of luxury the night requires.

We love the little tiara, and the opera gloves are definitely on point. Her minaudière says “Protect Trans Kids” on it, which automatically makes it the best accessory of the night. We just don’t love the dress.

Kim Kardashian in Vintage Jean-Louis

The reality star and business impresario stunned by showing up in the literally iconic Jean-Louis dress based off a Bob Mackie sketch worn by Marilyn Monroe when she sang “Happy Birthday Mr. President” to John F. Kennedy at Madison Square Garden in 1962.

It’s probably one

of the most legendary dresses in American political and entertainment history, and Kim smartly unveiled a new Marilyn-blonde hair to go with the dress. She looks amazing—and not for nothing, but she’s a walking advertisement for her own shapewear line, which is almost certainly a big reason for wearing it. What could be more American than that?

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner in Louis Vuitton

She’s the picture of old-school romanticism with a slightly goth undertone to it. The dramatic titian hair and consumptive eye makeup are giving that lovely, if relatively simple, gown exactly what it needs. She looks amazing—and comfy. We give him all the credit in the world for stepping outside his comfort zone, but he looks like he got his pants tangled up with her lingerie in the wash.

Best and Worst Dressed Celebs at the Met Gala 2022: Kacey Musgraves in Prada

Somehow, Kacey managed to reference both this year’s Gilded Age theme and 2019’s camp theme at the same time. This is fun and cute, but it has all the right references—bustle, opera gloves, big hair, and fan—without looking like a period costume.

Vanessa Hudgens in Moschino

Girl, we guess so. Look, we’ll keep saying that the Met Gala is not meant to be seen as a costume party and no one absolutely needs to dress according to the theme. This is very dramatic and looks great on her, but we’ve seen it a hundred times before and that’s really not something one should want to hear about their Met Gala ensemble. Credit where it’s due: Her hair and makeup are very good.

Janelle Monáe in Ralph Lauren

In many ways, this could look could be seen as almost too simple for the Met Gala, something better suited to a film premiere or awards red carpet. That might be true for mortals, but the “Pynk” singer and recent author knows exactly how to inject the maximum amount of drama into a look, making everything they wear feel otherworldly and stunningly original. Bottom line: She looks amazing and like she belongs right where she is. That’s always true of her.

Sebastian Stan in Valentino

Look at it this way: If some bratty robber baron heir or attention-seeking social climber time-traveled from the late 19th century to today, this is what he’d wind up wearing. After all, the Gilded Age was all about the 0.01 percent, and this is pretty much how we’d expect some tech billionaire to show up. Besides, he looks so darn cute in pink. We can’t sign off on the kicks though. Put some shoes on, sir.

Best and Worst Dressed Celebs at the Met Gala 2022: Ashley Park in Atelier Prabal Gurung

This look is trying to do entirely too much, and in a way, that’s what makes it so on point. We have a hard time with the idea that the skirt and bodice are supposed to go together, but the latter is great fun and the former is coming at you straight from 1890. The only part we really don’t like is the shoe choice. Those sandals pull focus from a look that already has enough going on.

Anderson Paak in Gucci

It’s giving Bootsy Collins by way of Swinging Sixties London. The “Leave the Door Open” singer served up luxury and opulence but with a surprisingly restrained feel to it. In fact, as much as we love the jacket, we’re not sure the skinny leather tie was the way to go with it. Still, there’s no denying it’s a singular look that can’t be mistaken for anyone else’s.

Lizzo in Thom Browne

An absolute queen. The opulence is off the scale. The coat—which feels very on point for the theme—would probably be enough for most people, but she’s serving a killer (almost literally) manicure, gorgeous hair, and a choker that evokes the neck rings worn by Ndebele women called idzila. So many stunning references combining to make something uniquely stunning and totally Lizzo.

Shawn Mendes in Tommy Hilfiger

We’ll say it: meh. It’s pretty clear that a whole bunch of men ignored the white tie dress code (and we’ve praised many of them right here). This is very stylish and we’d sound dumb trying to argue that he doesn’t look great in it. But it’s aspirational fashion, the kind of look a lot of regular guys would love to have in their wardrobe. For us, that’s not what the Met Gala is about. Where’s the fantasy?

Michelle Yeoh in Atelier Prabal Gurung

The Everything Everywhere All at Once star practically glowed in this beautiful emerald off-the-shoulder gown with an oh-so-appropriate Watteau back. A relatively simple but beautifully effective update to a 19th-century classic, topped off with some of the most fabulous jewels of the night. This lady didn’t need to come gilded. She brought her own sparkle.

Quannah Chasinghorse in Atelier Prabal Gurung

The model and First Nations activist paid tribute to her heritage and Indigenous people in this stunning turquoise and silver gown accessorized with traditional Indigenous jewelry designs referencing the elements of the earth, created by Lenise Omeaso, an Amskapi Pikuni artisan from the Blackfeet reservation in Montana. Not just a beautiful look but one that truly references American fashion in the purest sense of the phrase.

Gigi Hadid in Atelier Versace

The lipstick-red PVC jumpsuit is an eyepopper for sure, but it’s the wild circus tent of a puffer jacket that turns this from “merely” stylish into capital-F Fashion. And believe it or not, we think the grandeur and borderline obnoxiousness of the design make it perfectly on point for the theme of the night.

Camila Cabello in Atelier Prabal Gurung

This one’s a big ol’ no for us. We get that the skirt is evoking the grand ballroom styles and bustles of the Gilded Age, but the white fabric doesn’t look rich enough and those flowers are coming off very “craft store.” The design of the top is flat-out terrible.

Emma Corrin in Miu Miu

We will never not love what this punk pixie princess brings to any red carpet. No matter what the event, they will always be the one who looks like nobody else there. This oversize coat and ridiculously fun top hat are a reference to 19th-century New York socialite Evander Berry Wall, known as King of the Dudes. Yes, he dressed pretty much exactly like this. It’s such a fabulously original way to evoke the period and it’s so perfectly her that she’d pick one of the true oddballs of the upper class to pay homage to.

Normani in Christian Siriano

When we say we loved this, we mean we really loved it. It’s hot, it’s modern, and it’s got a little bit of that Gilded Age feel to it with a voluptuous skirt and a hat worthy of any heiress or socialite of the era. It’s fun and sexy and totally on point.

Venus Williams in Chloé

We normally wouldn’t love a plain black suit for the Met Gala. While we don’t think women are required to wear gowns, we think any suit on any wearer should have some sort of…we don’t know, oomph or twist to it. Sorry to use such highly technical terms! But she’s got so much presence and her hair looks so amazing that the whole look feels elevated. That bag is a fun touch and the necklace is absolutely stunning.

Melissa King in Thom Browne

Another example of making a relatively plain (if you can say such a thing about a Thom Browne design) black suit look Met Gala ready. She looks stunning in white tie, but the addition of that amazing hand jewelry turns the whole look into something slightly weird and totally, ridiculously fabulous.

Best and Worst Dressed Celebs at the Met Gala 2022: Gemma Chan in Louis Vuitton

We were really hoping someone would play around with silhouettes from the Gilded Age other than the much-referenced corset and bustle. With this updated take on the classic robe à la française style (also very popular in the late 19th century), the Eternals star delivered one of the more notable and interesting looks of the night. Do we love it? Sort of. We love that she went for it.

Evan Mock in Palomo Spain

He can look good in pretty much everything, so this tricky Romeo-looking ’fit probably landed on the best possible wearer for it. If nothing else, it coordinates especially well with his hair. It’s about two or three centuries too early to be considered a Gilded Age reference (and it’s a whole ocean away from having anything to do with American fashion), but it’s an unforgettable look and at least he didn’t play it safe.

Best and Worst Dressed Celebs at the Met Gala 2022: Sarah Jessica Parker in Christopher John Rogers

You can always count on SJP to deliver for the Met Gala. The And Just Like That… star wore an homage to Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley, who was the first Black fashion designer employed at the White House. A formerly enslaved woman, she went on to become the personal dressmaker to First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln. While the design may not speak directly to the Gilded Age, there’s no denying the power and beauty of the reference.

20 Swimwear Trends 2022 that are taking over

From Pool Parties to Tropical Vacays, These 2022 Swimwear Trends Are Taking Over

After a long, long winter,

it kinda felt like summer was never comingbut we’ve officially made it to spring! Which makes now the perfect time to add some new bathing suits to your wardrobe. After all, there’s nothing wrong with being too prepared for warm (or blazing hot) weather, am I right? And no matter if you’re into string bikinis, cute crochet sets, or fun one pieces, there are so many different styles of swimwear that are about to take over all your fave brands in the coming seasons. If you’re in the market for some new swim, you’re in luck. So here are list of our swimwear trends 2022

To help get you started

adding a bunch of new swimsuits to your collection, we’ve rounded up five 2022 swimwear trends you’ll be seeing everywhere this year—and where to start shopping them now. From classic cool girl styles (that happen to be making a comeback) to fresh, of-the-moment silhouettes, there’s so much to love.

The top swimsuit trends for 2022:

  • Crochet
  • Strappy Ties
  • Cut-outs
  • Barely-There Bikinis
  • Sparkly Swimsuits

Keep scrolling to get an up-close look at all these iconic trends and add a few to your wardrobe. Sorry in advance for making you wish you were on a luxe getaway!

Crochet All Day

After seeing these pieces all over the runways—from designers like Anna Sui and Etro—it’s clear that this trend is having a moment. Expect crochet bikinis to take over every beach this summer.

CULT GAIA Alivia Crocheted Cotton Halterneck Bikini Top

A bright orange bikini will make a statement under any cover-up. This is your chance to go bold this season

Vix Firenze Crochet Helena Bikini

A simple crochet bikini top like this one is so simple, but so cool.

Glowing Review: Love this bikini. It fits perfectly and is sexy. As soon as i saw it I had to have it. I love the boho crochet top with underwire and its adjustable. the cheeky bottoms are adjustable also and so comfortable. My favorite suit

Akoia Swim Alang Crocheted Cotton Bikini

This blue and yellow crochet bikini is def a keeper.

All Tied Up

Super strappy swimwear is so simple yet soooo cute. Chromat was one of the labels showing off this trend, and we can confirm that it’s a hot, hot, hot warm-weather vibe.

Same Kate Triangle Top in Textured Mustard

Summer is all about bright colors, and a bright orange bikini is no exception.

Frankies Bikinis Tatum Satin Triangle Bikini Top

These dreamy pastels make for the prettiest bikini set.

Glowing Review: I love the fit of these. Even if you buy a large I’ve been able to adjust it to my friends who usually fit in other small sizes comfortably

Tropic of C Praia Long Cord Bikini Top

You can’t go wrong with a bikini as gorge as this bright blue one.

Glowing Review: I had been looking for a bikini that fit my shape well for a long time and I finally found it! Not to mention the color: sublime! I absolutely recommend it.

Cut It Out

Cut-outs make for the coolest bathing suits on the planet. ICYMI, this trend can be seen in every 2022 fashion category, too—from dresses to tops and so much more. It’s definitely one you won’t wanna miss out on.

PatBo Lace-Up One-Piece Swimsuit

There’s so much to love about this strappy, cut out one piece. And when you’re done at the pool, you can wear it out as a bodysuit.

Riot Swim Maddox One Piece

One shoulder styles are having a moment, and just look at how cute this one-piece is!

Glowing Review: I am absolutely in love with this swimsuit. The fabric is soft and beautiful. It’s so flattering on the body without being too much.

Janthee Berlin Amelia Suit

This brown option is such a statement piece. The cut-out on this one makes it feel kind of like a bikini, but you get the extra support of a one-piece. Win-win situation, bb.

Barely-There Bikinis

Minimalism at its best. Barely-there bikinis took over the 2022 runways—including GSaints Swimwear. Whether you go for metallic, solid, or printed, you can’t lose.

Blackbough Swim Natalie Top

Just looking at this hot pink terry bikini will make you wish you were somewhere warm.

Glowing Review: I love Blackbough because all their suits are so soft and comfy—and this top is no exception. I love the adjustable shoulder straps and the tie back. Really cute and helped me adjust the top to fit well.

Good American Always Fits Perfect Fit Top

If you’re into red-hot looks, this bold string bikini will be your summer staple.

Glowing Review: I have nothing but good to say about this top. It’s a great fit. I LOVE that it fits like a regular bra, in the fact that there are no tie strings. It’a a perfect staple piece

Monday Swimwear Hanalei Top in Pistachio Wave

This pistachio green bikini is the perfect bathing suit for your next beach day.

So Dang Sparkly

Sparkly bikinis will be taking over this summer, according to runways like Cirone Swim’s. It’s the perfect chance to take your swimwear from day to night with ease.

Onia Luna Bikini Top

Simple brown shimmer and gold hardware make this classic bandeau so much fun.

Montce Swim Strapless Cabana Bikini Top

Tie details always add a little something extra to a bikini!

Glowing Review: Beautiful and well made! I love the removable straps and the design of this top. The fabric is gorgeous – like no other swimsuit. Expensive but the best quality!

OSÉREE Microkini Sequined Bikini

If you’re really looking to stand out, may I suggest this sequin bikini?

10 Wardrobe Essentials That’ll Always Be in Style

10 Wardrobe Essentials That’ll Always Be in Style

If I were to write a memoir today looking back at my 27 years of life, it would be called, I’m Getting Too Old for This, with each phase of my life split into sections by the fashion trendsthat I deemed to be “wardrobe essentials” at the time. Part one would be titled  A Showstopping Limited Too Popcorn Shirt. Then part two would be  A Sleeve of 19 Multicolored Livestrong Bracelets. And after that part three would be  Cold-Shoulder Tops and Unapologetic Skinny Jeans. And finally part four (present-day) would be  A Trusty Black Blazer.

At the ripe age of 27, let me tell you: I’m freakin’ tired. There’s a time and a place for chasing trends, but when you build a wardrobe around them. Without a doubt It can make things crowded and unnecessarily expensive. This year, I’m revamping and minimizing my closet to highlight all of my classic wardrobe essentials that’ll never go out of style. The end goal? Creating a capsule wardrobe that’ll make mixing and matching pieces an effortlessly chic breeze. If you’re looking to streamline your closet, look no further—these 10 pieces will always be in style.

White Sneakers

We can’t talk about a wardrobe that’ll always be in style without mentioning having a solid pair of white sneakers in your lineup. Pair them with jeans or trousers to pull together a look, with athlesiure for a quick trip to Trader Joe’s, or with a floral dress in the summertime to nail a casual vibe. These SeaVees sneakers are classic, cool, comfy, and unbelievably versatile and we’re adding them to our carts immediately.

Trench Coat

Whoever said that diamonds are a girl’s best friend must have never had a statement trench coat in their arsenal. Wear it with a white tee, jeans, and white sneaks for an elevated casual look, over a matching set with a baseball cap for the ultimate cool-girl vibe, or to accompany your favorite workday fit. Let the compliments roll in.

Gold Hoops

I have a theory that just about any outfit can be elevated with some clean, gold hoops. A little black dress moment for girls’ night out? Gold hoops. Matching sweatshirt/joggers/sneakers fit? Gold hoops. A casual jeans-and-a-white-tee getup? Gold hoops. If you’re looking for an easier-than-ever way to elevate any outfit, gold jewelry is always the move.

Black Blazer

I’m definitely in my “Trusty Black Blazer” phase of life and will find any and every excuse to pull it out. Blazers are functional, versatile, and can be worn across seasons for so many different occasions, including (but not limited to) a work-to-happy-hour moment, a fancy date night, and to upgrade an otherwise casual look.

Structured Leather Handbag

Repeat after me, ladies: a structured leather handbag. If there’s one opportunity for fashion to meet function and make your life 100 times easier. It’s a trusty handbag that, if you choose wisely, can be your partner in crime for years to come. This Cuyana bag is easy on the eyes, is of great quality, and offers a neutral color to bring a little bit of warmth to any getup.

White Button-Down Shirt

When I think of the words versatile and classy, one of the first thoughts that comes to mind is a stylish white button-down—not necessarily because it makes a statement on its own but mostly because it can help you master layering with so many different outfit combos. Wear it with jeans and sneaks, tucked into a pair of trousers, or as a bathing suit coverup, and boom.Instant classic.

Wool Coat

For fall and winter, wool coats are an absolute must-have. Besides the fact that they’ll keep you warm in subzero temperatures (Midwestern winters will be the death of me), they serve as the perfect cold-weather coats for those more elevated occasions when your casual parka just doesn’t cut it.

Vintage Denim

Also having a vintage pair of denim jeans in your wardrobe that you actually wear is a major must-have. While jean trends (low-rise, boot cut, and even skinny) come and go, you can always trust that opting for something vintage that fits your frame will be a good choice.

Leather Mules

We love a granny-chic moment, and having a classic pair of leather mules can help make any work or brunch fit timeless. For instance having a closed-toe shoe with a sleek silhouette will get you from point A to point B with style, comfort, and practicality. We love to see it.

Black Cocktail Dress

And last but not least: the little black dress that’ll turn heads. The LBD has stood the test of time and is always a great go-to for all of those times you want to look effortlessly fancy. It’s sophisticated, simple, easy to style, and timeless.

The ‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2 Outfits Are as Iconic as You’d Expect

The ‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2 Outfits Are as Iconic as You’d Expect

ICYMI, Emily Cooper is back (!)—and her wardrobe is more statement-making than ever. I know it feels impossible that after a whirlwind first season (and tons of colorful lewks), Emily in Paris could have an even wilder second season, but it’s happened. And frankly, it’s the distraction we (read: I) could use right about now.

Of course, amidst the drama there is always ~fashion~ to fawn over (and analyze). Luckily, the show’s costume designer, Marylin Fitoussi, has given us plenty to work with for season 2—including a treasure trove of both designer and vintage looks. So let’s get started, shall we? A deep dive into Emily Cooper’s wardrobe waits for no one. Here are Emily in Paris Outfits and where you can buy the outfit, but don’t have high hopes that you can afford it because Emily in Paris Outfits are not really on budget!

Episode 1

We’re already starting the season off strong with Emily’s colorful office ’fit, people. Have I ever wanted a rainbow striped polo before? Absolutely not. Am I fully obsessed with this cheery knit now that I’ve seen it? You better believe it. Of course, because Emily is not known to stop at one singular statement piece, she’s also wearing a bold green belt with a blue and green miniskirt. And to top it all off, a gorge green coat and coordinating bag. It’s a far, far cry from the sweatsuit I’m wearing while working from home.

Of course, I’d be remiss to skip over Camille’s incredibly chic Balmain blazer (those buttons!) paired with Patou wide-leg pants and a Patou wicker bag. She looks pretty damn good for someone who’s distraught about her confusing boyfriend (er, ex-boyfriend).

Later in the episode, the gang gets all gussied up (a term at which I’m sure Sylvia would scoff) to see Mindy perform at a French drag show. Emily sticks with her tried-and-true color-heavy aesthetic and wears a sequin one-shoulder Isabel Marant dress—that’s sold out everywhere, of course. (🙄) At least it’ll live in our hearts forever.

Colleen Striped Button Down Polo


Button-embellished satin-trimmed crepe blazer


Merenea sequin-embellished printed fil coupé silk mini dress


Episode 2

After getting ditched (rightfully so though?) by Mathieu before arriving in Saint-Tropez, Emily’s understandably a bit disheveled—but you’d never know it based on her ensemble. She casually steps off the train in a vintage Courrèges dress and a seriously stunning vintage coat. On top of that, though, she’s wearing Valentino sunglasses (!), Vivienne Westwood for Melissa heels, Maison Fabre gloves, and a vintage scarf. It’s very Hollywood glam (which is ironic, considering she’s on vacay in the French Riviera).

After accepting the fact that this is turning into a girls weekend though, Emily treats herself to a lil solo moment—oysters and selfies (that obvi go viral) included—wearing a Dolce & Gabbana patchwork dress. (And while she looks fab in this pattern-clashing outfit, we do wish that she’d chosen a designer without a racially-insensitive and homophobic past.)

The look is finished with a maximalist Louboutin bag and Marimekko bucket hat.

Once the girlies arrive, Emily slips into a flirty lilac Magali Pascal dress perfect for a day in the sun. She accessorizes with some rainbow Terry Dehavilland heels, a Carel France bag (ooh la la), and cute Miu Miu sunglasses.

Caracaba Mini Appliquéd Tote


Botanic Dress


Isabella Disco




Episode 3

Wow, we love a romantic rainy moment! And you know what makes it even better? A stunning Self-Portrait orange frock and vintage Hermès jacket from the ’80s. This look is giving the perfect amount of prep—and somehow actually looks v good when wet. If we had gotten a kiss between Emily and Gabriel in this scene, it would have been perfect. Alas, the tension builds.

Later in the episode, Emily wears a luxurious birthday ensemble fit for a French queen. Donning a ROTATE Birger Christensen bow dress, a beautiful RIANNA + NINA kimono, and Tana Chung jewelry, our heroine enjoys a chill dinner party with her new friends—until Camille makes things, um, interesting (to say le least). Happy birthday, Em!

Silvia Graphic-Print Satin Mini Dress


7 New Year’s Eve Outfits To Copy for Any Possible Plan

7 New Year’s Eve Outfits To Copy for Any Possible Plan

Getting dressed on New Year’s Eve isn’t like getting dressed on any other day of the year; it’s the outfit of all outfits, the singular most important look of the year.

Even if you don’t consider yourself a sucker for sparkles or if you generally avoid metallics like the plague, New Year’s Eve is the day of the year you can throw all of your usual style rules out the window. It’s a time to get dressed up and celebrate one year coming to an end and a new one beginning, and you don’t want to do that in any old top or jeans.

Whether you want to feel as glam as possible or are looking for a look that will feel both cozy and festive, you should start the new year feeling your absolute best. From velvet to metallics to a little bit of sequins, we’ve got your New Year’s Eve outfits covered—no matter what your plans are.

For a formal party

For a dinner party

velvet dressdress (plus-size) | coatcoat (plus-size) | hoopschain bagheels

For a night out with friends

blazer dressdress (plus-size) | earringsbag | tights | heels


For a fancy date night

bodysuitbodysuitpantspants (plus-size) | ring | bagheels

For a party at a friend’s house

blouseear climbers | jeansjeans (plus-size) | bag | boots

For a girl’s night out

coatcoat (plus-size) | blouseblouse (plus-size) | bag | jeans | jeans (plus-size) | boots

For a cozy night at home

sweatersweater (plus-size) | sweatssweats (plus-size) | coupe glassslippers

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17 Sex and the city gifts Fans Will Definitely Love

17 ‘Sex and the City’ Gifts Fans Will Definitely Love

It might be 2021, but Sex and the City is currently having a renaissance. Of course, the show about four best friends living and falling in and out of love in Manhattan ended over 20 years ago, but it’s gone on to find new life via streaming (yes, the two movies too). And now that the reboot And Just Like That… is officially on HBO Max—minus Samantha, unfortunately—it’s a better time than ever to be a fan of Carrie Bradshaw’s exploits. Naturally, all of this only means that there’s plenty of SATC merch to be found on the internet. So if you’re looking for the perfect gift for your Sex and the City loving BFF, look no further babes: Here are awesome Sex and the city gifts


Personalized Carrie Bradshaw Necklace


The essential gift for all Sex and the City fans: A nameplate necklace just like Carrie’s.



We Should All Be Mirandas: Life Lessons from Sex and the City’s Most Underrated Character

Is the person you’re shopping for a total Miranda? They’ll definitely appreciate this book about why Cynthia Nixon’s character is the greatest.

Sex and the city gifts: A QUOTABLE PENCIL SET

Hello, Lover Pencil Set


These pencils that feature quotes from the show will bring a smile to someone’s face every time they use them… and they’d look really cute displayed on a desk, too.


Simple Cosmopolitan Mix


Introducing: the easiest way to make the gang’s favorite cocktail.


Set of 6 Library Hand-Cut Martini Glasses


And anyone who’s going to whip up a Cosmo at home is definitely going to need the right glass to put it in.


Love Keychain


In the first SATC movie, Jennifer Hudson’s character, Louise, gives Carrie her “love” keychain when she finally reconnects with the one that got away, hoping that it will bring Carrie luck in the same department. Who knows? It could be magic for all of us.


Carrie Bradshaw Tote Bag


This tote bag is such a vibe (and yes, all true fans will totally get the reference).


Post-It Note Breakup Pin


Remember the iconic moment where Berger broke up with Carrie via Post-It note? This pin represents that scene forever.


“I Couldn’t Help But Wonder” Throw Pillow


Carrie’s catchphrase printed on a pillow? Iconic. And comfy!


“I Love You But I Love Me More” Sweatshirt


This is how Samantha explained why she was breaking up with Smith Jared, and it’s a quote that will get many of us through our own breakups while also keeping us warm in this sweatshirt.


Sex and the City Apartment Key Bottle Opener

This keychain features the actual address of the apartment where Carrie lived (the real one that was used in filming, y’all) and comes with a skeleton key that also happens to be a bottle opener. Multifunctional!


Sex and the City Graphic Tee

Nothing says fandom like the classic graphic tee. Big and Carrie stans will swoon over this one (even though it really should’ve been Aidan, sry not sry).


Sex and the City Sticker Sheet


These adorable stickers feature quotes and images from the show, perfect for decorating a laptop, a water bottle, or a planner (or just about anything else you can think of).


Sex and the City Playing Cards


Turn up girls night with this SATC deck of playing cards that has the characters faces in place of your usual hearts, spades, diamonds and clubs.


‘I Like My Money Where I Can See It’ Carrie Bradshaw the City


LBH, Carrie’s closet was by far one of the best parts of the show. Manifest your best Carrie Bradshaw life while sipping tea at your writing desk and thinking of all the pretty things that await to adorn your closet.


Samantha Jones vs. the People Mask


There’s no better way to modernize this iconic show than the COVID-19 era mask. Samantha Jones essentially telling people to back up and social distance? Say less.


Sex and the City Inspired Loungewear T-Shirt Dress


Carrie’s iconic opening credits outfit…but make it loungewear. Need we say more? The look without the hassle. Feel chic while bingeing all six seasons, two movies and new episodes of And Just Like That…

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How to Make Your Puffer Jacket Look Effortlessly Cool

How to Make Your Puffer Jacket Look Effortlessly Cool

When it come to trends, it isn’t often that what’s “in” coincides with what’s actually functional. Usually, you have to make some kind of sacrifice to your comfort to really pull off a trendy piece, but an exception to that rule has miraculously happened over the last year or so. Enter: the puffer jacket.

No, a puffer jacket isn’t exactly known as a fashion statement—they’re practical and necessary. But the fashion gods have decided that this year, puffer coats are also on-trend.

Throwing a puffer jacket on is usually the last step in a getting-ready routine; you throw them on top of whatever you decided on wearing and call it a day. But now, we’re styling our outfits around our puffer jackets instead of vice-versa—and the result is an effortless coolness that will keep you both warm and stylish until the first day of spring. So here are some How to Make Your Puffer Jacket Look Effortlessly Cool

1. With faux-leather pants and a beanie

We all know that faux leather is everywhere this season—but combining that trend with puffer coats? It’s easily one of the chicest looks of the year. Not only can you try out a faux-leather puffer, but you can also pair it with faux-leather pants for the ultimate cool girl look.

2. With a monochrome athleisure look

Wearing a matching workout (or athleisure) set is already incredibly cool, but throwing a puffer jacket on over it takes it to the next level. This look gives a I just went to hot yoga and now I’m picking up my iced matcha latte vibe

3. With cozy knits and sneakers

We’re dreaming of a closet full of cozy knits this winter, and nothing pairs more perfectly with that than an oversized puffer. Opt for a neutral, monochrome look for top-notch chicness.

4. With a graphic sweatshirt and knit beanie

We’re all already wearing leggings with our favorite graphic sweatshirts all winter long, and you might think that look is nothing special. But throw on a puffer and a knit beanie, and you’ve got yourself a trendy outfit.

5. With classic black leggings and white sneakers

For those sunny winter days when it might just be warm enough to have your ankles exposed, opt for your favorite white sneakers, black leggings, and a puffer coat for that perfect comfortable-meets-cool combo.

6. With faux-leather leggings and combat boots

Nothing says ultimate cool girl like an all-black, faux-leather outfit. Grab your faux-leather leggings, your chunkiest boots, and top it off with a faux-leather puffer to create the street style look of your dreams.

7. With straight-leg denim, a mockneck top, and boots

This combination is truly the winter uniform. It’s warm enough to wear for outside activities, but the layering makes for a super cute outfit when you take off your coat inside as well.

8. Layered with your favorite hoodie

Hoodies are reigning supreme this winter (sorry to my overflowing shelf of crewnecks), and hoodies and puffers are simply a match made in heaven. This combo will instantly make you feel like a model off duty.

9. With joggers and Mini Uggs

Another one of our favorite winter trends that pairs flawlessly with a puffer coat? The Mini Ugg. Suddenly, sweatpants and Uggs are not the outfit you throw on to walk your dog in the freezing cold but an Instagram-worthy look.

10. With a pop of color and statement boots

The #1 cool girl trend is rocking a colored pair of wide-leg jeans, and this just goes to show that a puffer looks good with anything. Finish this combo off with a pair of statement boots and you’ll have all your friends asking you for style advice.

130+ Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals

Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals

It’s about that time of year again! No not when you eat your weight in turkey, mashed potatoes, and copious amounts of pie (although that *will* be happening, too), but it’s the season of all those glorious, too-tempting-to-pass-on Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.

As a refresher, Black Friday is always after Thanksgiving, and this year it takes place on Nov. 26, with Cyber Monday happening Nov. 29. Most retailers blend the two sales together though, and often stores will have discounts that continue throughout the whole weekend or even in the weeks after. *Cue the ooohs and ahhhs.*

It’s the best time to stock up on literally anything you need from tech gear to appliances, but the clothes, accessories, and all the other fashion sales are definitely where it’s at if you’re not really into the big-ticket purchases. (No shade to vacuum cleaners or stainless steel refrigerators.) Although, if you ARE looking for a complete list of sales that cover all categories, check that out here. As a warning, you might want to stock up on any gifts for yourself or family and friends earlier this year due to the supply chain issues happening worldwide—unless you don’t mind waiting a while!

Below, here’s everything you need to know about the Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals, and we’ll be updating this story continually when even more deals are revealed—for your benefit as well as ours.

7 For All Mankind

  • From Nov. 11-17, VIPs only can take 40% off full-price and on-sale items in stores; on Nov. 17, VIPs receive early access and take 30% off full-price and sale.
  • From Nov. 18-24, take 30% off full-price and sale and from Nov. 25-30, take 40% off.

A Lot Studio

  • From Nov. 24-Dec. 1, take 25% off Tomaat Sweater; 40% off the One Love Bucket HatAs Above Bucket Hat, and Into You Bucket Hat with the code BLACKFRIDAY.


  • From Nov. 23-29, take 25% off site-wide with the code THANKFUL.


  • From Nov. 24-30, take up to 50% off selected styles.

Alo Yoga

If you know anything about me, is that I love Alo Yoga, so therefore I had to add their deals to our “Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals” list.

  • Starting now, VIP members can take 20% off site-wide with the code VIP2021.
  • From Nov. 24-30, take 20% off site-wide, including the new ‘Jackets and Coats’ collection and all latest releases from the Holiday collection.

Amazon Fashion

  • Starting now, shop early Black Friday deals and save on dresses, jackets, sweaters, watches, shoes, and more.


  • From Nov. 23-29, take 20% off orders of more than $149; take 30% off orders of more than $249; take 40% off orders of more than $250.

ASTR The Label

  • From Nov. 24-28, take an extra 30% off all sales styles.
  • From Nov. 29-30, take 30% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 22-30, take 25% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 23-30 take 25% off FW ’21 collection (some exclusions apply).
  • From Nov. 25-26, take an extra 10% off sale styles (already 25% off) with code EXTRA10.


  • From Nov. 23-29, take 30% off site-wide.

  • On Nov. 24, take 30% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 22-30, take 30% off site-wide.
  • From Nov. 22-30, the new Disney necklace featuring Mickey Mouse will be $15.


  • Starting now, take up to 50% off site-wide.

Bella Belle Shoes

  • On Nov. 26 take 40% off site-wide with the code FRIYAY.

Beyond Yoga

  • From Nov. 23-29, take 30% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 19-30, take 30% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 20-29, take up to 40% off site-wide.

Bonito Jewelry

  • From Nov. 20-29, take up to 40% off site-wide with 20% of every purchase going towards building a new school for children living on the streets of Bali.


  • From Nov. 12-15, take 20% off with the code EARLYBIRD.
  • From Nov. 25-29, take 20% off with the code THANKFUL.


  • From Nov. 10-24, take up to 50% off items.
  • From Nov. 25-Dec. 1, take 30% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 23-28, take 20% off select styles.

Californians Footwear

  • From Nov. 18-30, take 25% off site-wide with the code THANKFUL.

Cara Cara

  • From Nov. 24-30, take 20% off site-wide as all as up to 50% off the summer and fall collections with the code HOLIDAY20.


  • From Nov. 22-30, take 20% off site-wide with the code GIFTED.


  • From Nov. 22-29, take 30% off site-wide with the code ENJOY30.


  • From Nov. 24-28, take up to 20% off site-wide.

Cotton Citizen

  • Starting Nov. 23, take up to 60% off online; spend $250 or more and receive a gift with purchase.
  • From Nov. 27-30, take up to 50% off select items.


  • On Nov. 30, all proceeds from the sales of the Zero Waste Shopping Bag will be donated to the Environmental Defense Fund.

Dear Frances

  • From Nov. 22-30, take 25% off site-wide with world wide shipping. From Nov. 20, newsletter subscribers receive early access.


  • From now until Nov. 29, take 20% off the full collection (including handbags, small leather goods and the newly launched cashmere collection) with the code BF20.

Dia & Co.

  • From Nov. 22-28, take up to 40% off site-wide.
  • On Nov. 29, take up to 50% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 22-29, take 40% off site-wide and an extra 40% off sale items (for up to 70% off).

Dr. Scholl’s Shoes

  • From Nov. 21-29, take 25% off select styles and receive free shipping.


  • From Nov. 23-29, take 25% off site-wide with the code JOY25. (Excludes monogramming and flash sale styles.)


  • On Nov. 24, take 50% off styles.

Emma Pills

  • From Nov. 24-28, take 20% off site-wide with the code PARTYWEEK.
  • On Nov. 29, take 30% off site-wide with the code PARTYLIFE.

Emri Studio

  • From Nov. 24-28, take 25% off with the code SHOPSMALL25.
  • From Nov. 29-30, take 30% off with the code LASTCHANCE30.

EMU Australia

  • From Nov. 24-29, take 20% off site-wide, excluding the Mayberry.

Fanm Mon

  • From Nov. 23-30, take 30% off site-wide with the code BFCM21.

Favorite Daughter

  • From Nov. 25-26, take 30% off full-price styles (some exclusions apply).
  • On Nov. 29, take 30% off full-price styles (some exclusions apply).

I am so excited to be adding these awesome deals  on”Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals” list and can’t wait to be shopping here


  • From Nov. 24-29, take 25% off on ALL of Spring/Summer ‘21, Cashmere, and Resort 1st, applied automatically at checkout; plus, spend $150+ and receive a free scented Figue candle gift with purchase.


  • From Nov. 19-Dec. 2, take 25% off site-wide; plus, take 40% off select styles from Nov. 26 onwards.

For Days

  • From Nov. 22-Dec. 3, take 30& off site-wide using the code BETTERBF with a percentage of proceeds going towards building a school for the children of their factory workers.


  • From Nov. 25-29, take up to 80% off site-wide. Early access starts Nov. 24.

Frances Valentine

  • From Nov. 23-29, take 30% off select items.

Frankies Bikinis

  • From Nov. 25-28, take 20% off all full-price items and up to 70% off sale.

Girlfriend Collective

  • From Nov. 19-20, loyalty customers can take 30% off early; on Nov. 29, the deal will open up to everyone.

Gooseberry Intimates

  • From Nov. 20-29, take 30% off and receive free shipping with code BFCM21.


Another gym clothes brand that I love so of course with such an amazing sale I had to add it to our “Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals” list

  • Starting Nov. 18, take up to 70% off hero styles site-wide.

Happy Socks

  • From Nov. 26-29, take up to 40% off and receive free shipping for orders over $20.


  • From Nov. 21-23, take an extra 25% off sale items with the code XTRA25OFF.
  • From Nov. 24-28, take 25% off site-wide with the code THANKFUL.
  • From Nov. 28-29, take 25% off site-wide and receive an extra 40% off sale with the code CYBER21.


  • From Nov. 23-Dec. 1, take 30% off site-wide with the code BF2021.

IVL Collective

  • Take up to 50% off select styles.

Jade Swim

  • From Nov. 22-28, take 50% off sale items with the code GIVETHANKS.


  • From now until Nov. 29, take up to 30% off styles.

Joe’s Jeans

  • From Nov. 23-26, take 30% off full price items.
  • From Nov. 27-28, take 30% full-price and sale items with the code SHOPBF
  • From Nov. 29-30, take 30% off full-price items with the code CYBER30.

Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals: Joey Baby

  • From Nov. 24-30, take up to 70% off with the code YAYFRIDAY40.


  • From Nov. 23-28, take 15% off orders of $175; 20% off orders of $300; 25% off orders of $450.

JW Pei

  • From Nov. 12-27, take an extra 10% off site-wide and receive an extra 15% off orders of $150+ with the codes JWBLK10 and JWBLK15.
  • From Nov. 28-Dec. 2, take an extra 20% off bestsellers with the code JWCB20.


  • From Nov. 24-30, shop discounts online.

Kat Maconie

  • From Nov. 22-28, take 30% off with the code TOPSECRET30
  • From Nov. 29-30, take 40% off with the code GIMME10.

Kendall Miles

  • On Nov. 26, take up to 50% off site-wide.
  • On Nov. 29, receive discounts when you bundle select items.

Kendra Scott

  • From Nov. 13-14, take 20% off site-wide with the code GIVEBACK-AVZZY. Proceeds will benefit the Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.


  • From Nov. 26-28, take 25% off all orders over $100 and 30% off all orders over $300 dollars.
  • From Nov. 29-30, take 30% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 22-29, take 20% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 22-30, receive Erin Fader star earrings with purchases over $250.

La Ligne

  • From now until Nov. 29, take up to 50% off select styles.


  • From Nov. 18-25, take up to 35% off.

Lele Sadoughi

  • On Nov. 26, take 25% off site-wide.

Lee Jeans

  • From Nov. 24-28, take up to 40% off and receive an extra 25% off with the code BFRI25.
  • From Nov. 29-30, take up to 50% off and receive an extra 25% off with the code CMON25.


  • Starting now, take up to 60% off the brand’s most popular styles.


  • Starting now, take up to 70% off.

Love, Vera

  • From Nov. 26-29, take 60% off site-wide.

Little Words Project

  • From Nov. 24-29, take 25% off site-wide and receive free domestic shipping.

Mansur Gavriel

  • From Nov. 22-30, take up to 40% off select items.


  • Until Nov. 29, take 20% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 24-29, take 20% off purchases of $150 or more. Email subscribers will receive early access to sale from Nov. 22-23.


  • From now until Nov. 28, take 20% off everything excluding fine jewelry with the code BLACK2021.
  • On Nov. 29, take 20% off with the code CYBER2021.


  • Take 30% off select styles and receive an extra 20% off existing sale items.

Michael Stars

  • From Nov. 19-23, take 25% off site-wide.
  • From Nov. 25-28, take 30% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 25-30, take 25% off select items.


  • From Nov. 25-30, take up to 90% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 26-Dec. 3, take 25% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 21-28, take 30% off site-wide and an extra 50% off sale, with daily doorbuster deals.
  • From Nov. 29-30, take 40% off site-wide and an extra 50% off sale.

Monday Swimwear

  • From Nov. 24-28, take 25% off site-wide with the code BLACKFRIDAY.
  • On Nov. 29, take 30% off site-wide with the code CYBERMONDAY.


  • From Nov. 22-28, take up to 60% off select styles.
  • On Nov. 29, take 20% off site-wide excluding third-party brands and sale.

MZ Wallace

  • From Nov. 19-29, take up to 60% off select styles.

Naked Cashmere

  • From now through Dec. 2, shop the exclusive and limited edition twenty-three piece Black Friday collection of cashmere staples at discounted prices, ranging from $50 to $165. The collections includes sweater + jogger sets, slippers, socks, unisex accessories and more.

Nasty Gal

I don’t really shop at Nasty Gal, because it can be expensive , however when they have awesome dale like this one I can’t say no. Therefore I will be shopping at Nasty Gal this year.

  • From Nov. 22-Dec. 1, check back each day for a different deal including dresses at $7, knitwear at $10, and tops at $3.

Nina Shoes

  • From Nov. 21-30, take 50% off site-wide and receive free shipping with code HOLIDAY50.


  • From now until Nov. 26, take up to 40% off select items in a pre-sale event.

Notte Jewelry

  • From Nov. 25-29, receive free earrings with any purchase.
  • From Dec. 22-Jan. 1, take up to 25% off site-wide.

Oak + Fort

  • From Nov. 25-28, take 30% off select items.
  • On Nov. 29, take 30% off select items and receive free shipping.

Old Navy

  • On Nov. 25, take 50% off your purchase online and select items in stores.
  • From Nov. 27-28, take up to 50% off storewide on sale; from Nov. 27-29, take 50% off your purchase online.

Only Hearts

  • From Nov. 26-28 take up to 70% off, including best-selling styles.
  • On Nov. 29, take 10% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 22-30, take up to 60% off site-wide.


  • Starting now, take 20% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 26-29, take 30% off site-wide and receive free shipping.

P.E. Nation

  • From Nov. 24-29, take up to 40% off select styles.

Petal + Pup

  • From Nov. 23-29, take 25% off site-wide.


  • From now until Nov. 28, take up to 50% off select items; take $50 off $300, $150 off $500 and $300 off $900. Also, take 15% off all sale items with promo code THANKS.


  • Now through Nov. 29, take 30% off site-wide, including already marked down sale items.
  • On Nov. 29, take 30% off the second Holiday Collection.

Pura Vida

  • From Nov. 23-27, take 50% off site-wide and receive free shipping.
  • From Nov. 28-30, take 50% off site-wide; plus, receive a gift with purchase and free shipping.


  • From Nov. 26-28, take 40% off site-wide and up to 70% off select items; plus, receive a free “Stay Fresh” kit with any purchase of $150+ on Nov. 26 only.
  • On Nov. 29, take 40% off site-wide and up to 70% off select items; plus, receive a free travel case ($45 value) with any purchase of $150+.

Rebecca Vallance

  • From Nov. 23-29, take 20% off site-wide excluding new arrivals.


  • On Nov. 26, take up to 65% off select items.
  • On Nov. 29, take an extra 20% off final sale items.

Richer Poorer

  • From Nov. 25-29, take 30% off site-wide with the code BFCM30.

Rolla’s Jeans

  • From Nov. 23-25, take 30% off site-wide.
  • From Nov. 25-28, take up to 40% off site-wide with new styles added
  • From Nov. 28-30, up to 50% off site-wide.

Roxanne Assoulin

  • From Nov. 28-29, take 20% off site-wide excluding custom pieces.

Same Swim

  • From Nov. 24-28, take 30% off xsite-wide (some exclusions apply), take 20% off knitwear, and take up to 80% off select styles.
  • On Nov. 29, take 35% off styles.


  • From Nov. 23-29, take an extra 20% off sale items and up to 70% off select styles.

Sense of Shelf

  • From Nov. 26-27, take 25% off site-wide.
  • On Nov. 29, take 30% off site-wide.

Set Active

  • From Nov. 8-25, take 20% off full-price items and 40% off sale items.
  • From Nov. 25-29, take 30% off full-price items and 60% off sale items; receive free domestic shipping.
  • From Nov. 29-30, take 25% off full-price items and 50% off sale items; receive free domestic shipping.


  • On Nov. 26 and Nov. 29, take 30% off site-wide.

Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals: Simple Retro

  • From Nov. 16-28, take up to 70% off items and receive an extra 20% off site-wide with the code EBF20.
  • From Nov. 29-Dec. 6, take up to 70% off items and receive an extra 20% off site-wide with the code ECW20.


  • From Nov. 21-30, take 30% off all black items on the site.


  • From Nov. 23-29, take 30% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 24-30, take 25% off site-wide if you spend $250+.

Still Here

  • From Nov. 25-29, take 20% off select styles with the code AUTUMN20. Email/SMS subscribers have early access starting Nov. 15.

Stone and Strand

  • From Nov. 21-29. take 20% off select styles including over 100 solid gold pieces that will be under $150 each during the sale and diamond pieces for under $200 with the code ONCEAYEAR.


  • From Nov. 25-Dec. 1, take 30% off site-wide and 40% off over orders of $300.


  • From Nov. 24-30, spend $150, receive $25 toward your purchase and a gift with purchase; spend $250, receive $50 toward your purchase and a gift with purchase; spend $350, receive $75 toward your purchase and a gift with purchase.


  • Take up to 30% off select styles.

Susan Alexandra

  • Until Nov. 29, take 20% off site-wide.

Black Friday 2021 Fashion Deals: Tanya Taylor

  • From Nov. 22-29, take up to 75% off a curated assortment of archival product using the code STUDIOSALE at checkout.

The Series

  • From Nov. 23-30, send a blanket or sleeping bag to brand HQ to be reworked as a puffer jacket.


  • From Nov. 19-28, take up to 60% off select items.
  • On Nov. 29, take up to 75% off select items.


  • Starting Nov. 24, take 30% off site-wide.

Urban Sophistication

  • From Nov. 16-29, take 60% off site-wide.

Vitamin A

  • From Nov. 17-24, take up to 70% off select styles.
  • From Nov. 25-29, take 30% off site-wide.


  • From Nov. 11-30, all Vivrelle members will be able to purchase items from the closet for 20% off, and get 50% off the next month of their membership fee with purchase. Additionally, take 20% off gift cards, and receive a $50 credit per referral for both members and their friends.


  • From Nov. 24-27, take an extra 30% off sale styles (excluding 60% off items).
  • From Nov. 28-30, take an extra 40% off sale styles and receive free domestic shipping.


  • Until Dec. 1, receive free shipping on all orders; plus, until Dec. 19, take 50% off last-chance styles.

Warp + Weft

  • From Nov. 21-24, take 30% off site-wide with the code THANKFUL30.
  • From Nov. 26-28, take 50% off full-price items and receive 70% off sale with the code THANKFUL50.
  • From Nov. 29-30, take 50% off full-price items and receive 70% off sale with the code with the code CYBER2021.

We Dream in Colour

  • From Nov. 20-Dec. 1, take 25% off site-wide with the code FALL21.

White Fox Boutique

  • From Nov. 22-28, take 30% off site-wide with the code BLACKFRIDAY.
  • From Nov. 28-Dec. 1, take 30% off site-wide with the code CYBER.


  • From Nov. 21-27, take 20% off site-wide with the code BIGDEAL.
  • From Nov. 28-30, take $20 off $100, $40 off $150, $60 off $200 with the code MORESAVINGS.

Year of Ours

  • From Nov. 23-29, take up to 70% off select styles.
  • On Nov. 29, take 20% off site-wide with the code GRATITUDE.
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Black Friday Deals: Here’s What You Need To Know

Black Friday Deals: Here’s What You Need To Know

The holidays get earlier every year. But while we may hotly debate when it’s ok to start blasting Mariah Carey’s Christmas hits, there’s one part of the season we’re glad to see arrive early: Black Friday shopping.
With expected shipping delays projected to be just as bad as last year, we’re already thinking about getting our holiday shopping done early. Accordingly, this year’s flurry of sales that have already hit the ground running, and we wanted to give you a head’s up on what to expect in the next 30+ days. We’re here to deliver everything you need to know and more to have a successful and discount-savvy Black Friday 2021. Read on below for a one-and-done comprehensive guide to the best Black Friday deals — from Walmart’s October savings event to last-minute Lululemon deals — happening now and beyond. And, of course, keep checking back for more as the real OG shopping holiday inches closer.

Best Early Black Friday Deals Quick Links

What is Black Friday?

Black Friday pops up on our calendars the day after Thanksgiving (this year November 26) — but, it has since transformed into a mega shopping holiday that starts as early as October and fizzles out in the first week of December along with its sales event sister, Cyber Monday. In 2020, we saw bestselling Lululemon leggings up to 40% off, price-slashed buzzworthy sex toys, mattresses deals, new daily Amazon specials, and more rare scores. Look out for our extensive coverage in the next 30 days as we continue to scour the internet for the internet’s best Black Friday discounts.

When do Black Friday deals start?

The games have already begun over at MIRROR Fitness, Walmart, Aerogarden, and Chewy. However, the best of the best discounts often arrive during the week of Thanksgiving (November 25), travel through Cyber Monday (November 29) and continue on throughout the rest of the month.

What are the best Black Friday deals?

Right now at MIRROR Fitness, you can score $500 off plus free delivery and installation (a total value of $750) on any package when you use promo code HOLIDAY21 at checkout. AeroGardenjust kicked off 20% off sitewide with the code HOLIDAY20 from now until the end of the year. Over at Walmart, you can get $100 off Dyson, 53% off VANKYO projectors, $20 off Ninja air fryers, 46% off Peter Thomas Roth products, and tons of deals on women’s fashion at the brand’s early deals event. Or, head to Chewy for up to 40% off beds, furniture, apparel, and more.

Best Amazon Black Friday Deals

21 Gift ideas inspired by Tiktok that are worth the Hype

21 Gift ideas inspired by Tiktok that are worth the Hype

It’s TikTok’s world,

and we’re just living in it. From fashion and beauty products to home decor and tech, there isn’t a product recommendation you can’t find on TikTok. (Like, why scope out what folks are buying IRL when you have an entire online community of reviewers telling you what products are worth scoring?) And thanks to this set-up, the app is positively overflowing with gift ideas for TikTok fans. It’s essentially like receiving your loved one’s wishlist without even having to ask for it.

So even if you don’t spend

10 hours per day watching videos on your phone (you’re lying, obviously!), you can still find the perfect product for someone who does. In fact, you don’t even need to open the app—because I’ve got your back, bb. Whether it’s viral TikTok items or products that can majorly up someone’s TikTok game, the 21 (perrrfect) gifts below are can’t-miss.

Spoil your BFF with a mini waffle maker! Send your favorite TikTok-obsessed pal a luxe ring light! Or ensure your giftee is trendy AF with a cult-favorite phone case! As long as you have this nifty little gift guide on your side, you can’t go wrong. So here is a list of awesome gift ideas inspired by Tiktok

Gift ideas inspired by Tiktok: Clear Rainbow Lucky Ring

The early 2000s are back in the best way. Case in point: chunky, over-the-top rings that look absurdly cute with every outfit.

Clear Milk Carton Water Bottle

Ever get the urge to drink directly out of the milk carton? Now you can… kind of! And it’s the perfect bottle to show off your beautiful, pastel green iced matcha lattes. Yum!

Bright Fix Eye Brightener