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Everything You Need to Know About Shopping Ganni’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale

Sale season is coming.

If you’re a fan of Scandi label Ganni, you’ll have been counting down the days until their Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales.

The cult brand has become a fashion favourite since launching as a small cashmere label in 2000.

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It has since developed into one of the most sought after mid-range designers on the planet. Everyone from Hailey Bieber to Beyoncé are fans of the brand.

Model wearing Ganni

While Ganni‘s prices aren’t über expensive, they’re not cheap either – so saving your purchase until their Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales is a smart move.

Whether you’re shopping for yourself or a loved one, you’re bound to find a gem this year. Keep your eyes peeled for the brand’s signature giant-collared pieces as well as its fun graphic t-shirts – and we can’t forget their chunky Chelsea boots either.

So when is the sale starting and what can we expect? Here’s everything we know so far.

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When is the Ganni Black Friday sale?

Black Friday takes place on the last Friday in November, which will be 25th this year.

Unfortunately, Ganni isn’t taking part in Black Friday or Cyber Monday this year – but the good news is that many retailers that stock Ganni, including Net-a-Porter, Selfridges, Coggles and Farfetch, are expected to include it in their huge sales for the shopping holiday.

These retailers stock a selection of designer labels, so if you’re also planning to buy another luxury piece, it’s worth checking them out.

Last year, Coggles offered up to 40% off. They stock Ganni’s Chelsea boots, tees, hats and more.

Farfetch is also offered huge discounts of up to 70%.

Top tips for shopping Ganni’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale

The best way to make the most of any of the Black Friday sales is to shop smarter, not harder.

By that I mean compiling a wish list of things that make up the missing pieces of your wardrobe and items that you need. Ensure what you’re buying is wearable with at least 5 pieces in your wardrobe and won’t be out of date in 12 months.

I also recommend setting a budget, so you don’t overspend in all the excitement. We’ve all been there.

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Wear Next opinion

As consumers are becoming savvier to the impact of overconsumption on our environment and the individuals working to produce garments, many brands have decided to boycott Black Friday this year.

We’re expecting this to include brands MonkiNext and Arket, all of which opted out of Black Friday in 2020.

While we don’t condone overspending, we do want fashion to be accessible to those on a low budget, as well as those who struggle to shop sustainably due to size constraints.

We love fashion and the freedom of self-expression it brings and understand you’re going to want to shop the sales. We encourage you to be mindful of your spending and avoid buying items you’re probably going to discard of in a year’s time.

Shop smarter, not harder this Black Friday. Ensure you’re not overspending by setting yourself a budget beforehand and creating a wish list of items you actually need rather than want – including Christmas gifts for others – if you are going to spend.

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