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Girlfriend Collective, known for being both sustainable and size-inclusive (ranging from XS to 6X), has become especially popular during the pandemic. So we thought you’d want to know that the brand just dropped a sitewide sale.
From now until Dec. 1, you can get 30% off everything at Girlfriend Collective during their Black Friday sale. The brand can be on the pricier side (its cult-favorite, colorful leggings are $68), so any discount is always welcome.
And Girlfriend Collective just sweetened the deal by offering up to 50% off leggings only for Nov. 27. So you might want to run to the site.
You don’t even need to apply a coupon at checkout — the discount is automatically applied. The brand always offers free shipping on all orders, too.
You might have noticed that there are tons of places serving up sales before Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020. It’s all about “Black November” this year and a few of the best early Black Friday deals we’ve seen come from Nordstrom, Target and Walmart.
So what makes Girlfriend Collective’s sale so special? Well, you almost never really see a sitewide sale like this one from the brand. So when the chance is there, we say take it.
As for what’s worth getting during the sale, you might go for one of the pieces in the recently launched R&R collection of loungewear or top-rated bike shorts that are under $50. Girlfriend Collective’s Gia Crop Tee was among our best buys during quarantine, and the Topanga Bra got our “Would Recommend” stamp of approval back in May.
To make shopping easier on you, we picked out a few of our favorite finds that are now on sale on the site down below. FYI: You won’t want to wait too much, since we’ve seen lots of colors and sizes out of stock already.
Check out the best things to get during Girlfriend Collective’s Black Friday sale:
Gia Crop Tee
Compressive High-Rise Legging
High-Rise Bike Short
Leila Long Sleeve Tee
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.