Black Friday is over, but Cyber Monday is just beginning – and Mango is one of our favourite stores to join in the fun.
The Spanish label slashes their prices for the discount day, so if you’ve been waiting for a sale to get your hands on something, November is the month to buy it.
You can take advantage of the sale to get your Christmas gifting list sorted, and maybe even squeeze in a Christmas or New Years outfit for yourself.
No matter what your plans are, you’ll easily find something you’ll love during the Mango Cyber Monday Sale.
So what do you need to know?
I’ve done some digging and found out the details of Mango‘s sale, including the discount codes and key pieces.
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When is Cyber Monday?
Cyber Monday happens on the Monday after Black Friday, which is November 29th.
The discounts are exclusively online only, so you can shop from the comfort of your sofa (or bed, we don’t judge).
Is Mango taking part in Cyber Monday?
Mango is offering up to 50% off on over 1,000 items in stores and online right now.
The discounts are set to last until midnight— but that doesn’t mean you don’t need to hurry and check out our picks right away.
The brand’s sales are always a hit and we will definitely have lots of competition for our coveted items. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the most popular shopping days of the year, so the chances of the pieces selling out fast are high.
How big are Mango Cyber Monday sale discounts?
The prices of the items have been slashed by up to 50%, so you can get some great pieces for an affordable price today.
What to buy in Mango’s Cyber Monday sale
Mango has slashed so many pieces, it’s hard to narrow them down.
I’ve done the hard work for you and created my wish list from the sale items. Enjoy!
High heel leather boot, now £99.99 – buy now
Printed pleated skirt, now £39.99 – buy now
Printed long sleeve t-shirt, now £17.99 – buy now
Squared toe leather ankle boots, now £89.99 – buy now
Straight checked jeans, now £19.99 – buy now
Baby doll-neck cardigan, now £29.99 – buy now
Turtleneck knitted gilet, now £19.99 – buy now
Lapels wool coat, now £199.99 – buy now
Faux-shearling leather-effect coat, now £99.99 – buy now
Jacquard knitted sweater, now £29.99 – buy now
Checked faux fur coat, now £89.99 – buy now
Track outsole boots, now £59.99 – buy now
Bandana knit sweater, now £49.99 – buy now
Studded Leather Clogs, now £49.99 – buy now
Cut-out back dress, now £39.99 – buy now
Oversized printed suit jacket, now £41.99 – buy now
Leather pointed ankle boots, now £59.99 – buy now
Knitted braided sweater, now £25.99 – buy now
Wear Next Opinion
As consumers are becoming savvier to the impact overconsumption is having on both the planet and the individuals working to produce our garments, many brands have decided to boycott Black Friday this year – including Monki, Next and Arket.
While we don’t encourage needless 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 we 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.
Mango offers both affordable and size-inclusive pieces, making it a popular brand for many.