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The Very Best Black Friday Deals

If you consider yourself a pro shopper, get ready for your Super Bowl: Black Friday is just around the corner. What was once a one-day holiday for die-hard doorbuster-sales shoppers (while the rest of us napped and digested turkey) has become a weeks-long shopping extravaganza. In many cases, Black Friday sales now start a full week (or more) before Thanksgiving and don’t wrap up until the following Tuesday.

Since the endless parade of commercials and sale emails is a little hard to keep track of, we’re bringing you the very best of the best sales. Don't see what you're looking for? Check back here, since we'll update this list daily from now through the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.

Also! Were going to be online all day on Black Friday talking about the best deals and what to buy from them; follow us at @Racked and join our Facebook shopping group, where we’ll be hanging out and posting sales. And if you’re looking for anything in particular — a great pair of winter boots, a perfect new pajama set — tweet us what you want to buy with the hashtag #AskRacked. We’ll do the legwork of finding it for you. 

& Other Stories: Take up to 50% off select items from Friday through Monday. Stories has great coats and sweaters this year, so definitely keep an eye out for those.

Anine Bing: From November 24th through the 27th, the cool LA-based designer will offer up to 50% off select fall merchandise, including boots, leather items, and handbags. Discounts will be automatic at checkout.

Aritzia: The Canadian fast fashion retailer is offering up to 50% off select fall items through the 27th. 

Banana Republic: Take 50% off full-priced items from today through the 26th.

Barneys and Barneys Warehouse: Both Barneys and its discount site are having Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. At Barneys, designer collections are marked down up to 40% off online and in store on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. At the Warehouse, there’s a sitewide deal of 50% off from Friday through Sunday and 60% off on Monday.

Bloomingdales: Take an extra 50% off all sale items with the code BLACKFRIDAY starting today at 11:59 p.m. through Black Friday. I’d suggest hitting up the shoe section, which at present is pretty well-stocked.

Charlotte Stone: Charlotte Stone, which some of you might know better as one of Racked’s favorite shoe brands, is offering 40% off sitewide from Black Friday through Sunday. On Cyber Monday, select styles will be discounted even further — up to 75% off. Need some ideas? These suede mid-heel mules are extremely cute (and versatile!) and will be $166 after the discount.

Creatures of Comfort: LA-based cool kid label Creatures of Comfort is offering 30% off all fall/winter items both in stores and online — no code needed. Take advantage of the sale to pick up some key winter items, like this sparkly lurex turtleneck or one of the brand’s dreamy coats. The sale starts Friday and runs through Monday.

Gilt: Gilt and Gilt City are offering some ridiculously huge discounts, starting with 90 items discounted by 90% at 4 p.m. EST on Thanksgiving Day (better eat early!). On Black Friday, take an extra 50% off select categories, such as outerwear and cold weather accessories, and an extra 40% off boots, footwear, and dresses; starting at 4 p.m. EST, 95 items will be 95% off (!!). On Saturday, take an extra 25% off all Gilt City offers. On Cyber Monday, Gilt will offer special discounts on designer brands like Vince and Trina Turk for up to 70% off.

H&M: The fast fashion retailer launched its promotions super early; you can already get up to 60% off select items and take 20% off a purchase over $60. Expect discounts to continue cranking up throughout the week and into Cyber Monday.

M.Gemi: The Italian-made shoe label will be offering $50 off each pair in stores on Black Friday and online on Cyber Monday.

Net-a-Porter: It’s not technically a Black Friday sale, but the timing couldn’t be better. Net-a-Porter’s twice-yearly sale is here with 50% off a bunch of items, including hot brands like Ganni.

Saks Off Fifth: Saks Fifth Avenue’s discount store is offering ridiculously huge savings from Black Friday through Cyber Monday. Deals include 50% off men’s and women’s cashmere, cold weather accessories, and outerwear. Select designer jeans will be $89.99 and under, and you’ll also get an additional 50% off already marked-down women’s designer apparel.

VereVerto: This LA-based leather accessories brand is offering a generous 40% off sitewide on both Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Use it to score some of the brand’s classic-with-a-twist bags, including this cool cobalt blue crossbody that can also be worn as a very fashionable fanny pack (and will be less than $200 after the discount).

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J.Crew Is Closing Twice as Many Stores as Expected
J.Crew models at a New York Fashion Week presentation

Your local J.Crew may be in for a tough holiday season. On Tuesday, the once-thriving retailer announced another round of disappointing earnings results, along with plans to close a full 50 stores by the end of the year, including 39 in the fourth quarter alone — double the number previously projected.

The news marks the latest blow to a company that just this year has laid off 250 employees, seen two of its top executives step down — president and creative director Jenna Lyons and longtime CEO Mickey Drexler — and struggled to adopt a new digital identity in the face of plummeting sales and waning consumer interest. But while it has cut prices (goodbye, $400 sequin tees) and retooled its print catalog strategy (goodbye, expensive mass mailers), the moves have failed to drive shoppers into brick-and-mortar locations as hoped.

J.Crew reported a 12 percent drop in sales to $430.4 million for the third quarter of fiscal year 2017, following similarly weak earnings last year. Sister brand Madewell fared much better, with sales rising 22 percent to $107.5 million, but overall, its smaller size meant it couldn’t quite make up for losses elsewhere. Costs associated with the layoffs also put a strain on the company’s bottom line.

President, chief operating officer, and chief financial officer Mike Nicholson explained the closures as a necessary part of J.Crew’s increasing efforts to become a “digital-first” business, a major undertaking for a company that’s historically invested so much in brick and mortar, but essential for almost any retailer that wants to grow in the age of e-commerce. Also growing, however, are the number of empty storefronts around the country — and now we can add several dozen more to that list. Hilary George-Parkin, reporter

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