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Don’t miss out! Here are my best Amazon Black Friday fashion deals

The best Amazon Black Friday deals on Savage x Fenty, Dr.Martens, Kate Spade, and more.

Don’t miss out! Here are my best Amazon Black Friday fashion deals

Amazon Black Friday fashion

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Since Thanksgiving Day is in a week, many people exuberantly ran around to get all the Thanksgiving foods that they need for their feasts. What's more? To add to the excitement, Black Friday is also the very next day!

Since there is already a lot of excitement to get us all in the holiday spirit, Amazon has decided to start their Early Black Friday sales of many different items from electronics, home decor, shoes, clothes, and much more.


I don't know about you, but I'm always looking for the next fashionable article of clothing or accessories for myself or my friends. I know Amazon always delivers quality brands and styles without putting too much of a dent in your pocket.

To discover some of the hottest fashion items, the retail giant released its 2020 holiday gift guide filled with nothing but the best.

Whether you are shopping or special someone, scooping up some early Christmas presents for coworkers, friends, and family, I've compiled a list of my favorite items at a manageable price, all just a few clicks away.

Browse through some of my top picks on Amazon for all the fashion enthusiasts out there.

All of the selections have been made independently and without bias.

Kate Spade New York Patterson Drive Dome Satchel

Kate Spade New York Patterson Drive Dome SatchelKate Spade New York Patterson Drive Dome Satchel

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Kate Spade New York Patterson Drive Small Dome Satchel Purse

The is nothing like a classically structured purse. The simply elegant Kate Spade New York Patterson Drive Dome Satchel compliments whatever wardrobe you have and also comes in the colors spruce, soft taupe, and brown. These select shades are available for Prime shipping and free returns while supplies last (there are only three black purses left!)


$94.96

Amazon Best- Goodthreads Men's Sherpa Fleece Long-Sleeve Bomber Jacket

Goodthreads Men's Sherpa Fleece Long-Sleeve Bomber Jacket

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Amazon Brand-Goodthread Men's Sherpa Fleece Long-Sleeve Bomber Jacket

For all of the fellows that want to stay warm but want to be stylish while doing it, look no further. The Amazon Brand Goodthread Men's Sherpa Fleece long sleeve bomber jacket is the perfect jacket to use in cold-weather layering. Also, the material reminds me of a Teddy Bear.

$40.00

Dr. Martens Combat Boot

Dr. Martens Combat Boot

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Dr. Martens Combat Boot

A majority of my closet is comprised of different types of boots. The one that I always tend to gravitate towards is the classic combat boot from dr. Martens. Not only is the shoe comfortable to walk in, but it also adds something to every outfit, whether you want to be casual, edgy, or trendy.

$100.00

Savage X Fenty women’s Savage Not Sorry Lace Bodysuit

Savage X Fenty women’s Savage Not Sorry Lace Bodysuit

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Savage X Fenty women's Savage Not Sorry Lace Bodysuit

Rihanna has done it again, and I'm not sorry about it. Gift the lavender lace bodysuit from Savage x Fenty for that special someone or treat yourself!

Other colors include pink fash, blue cyber cafe,and caviar.

$74.95

Giant Hoodies Bleach Dye Oversized Giant Hoodie

Giant Hoodies Bleach Dye Oversized Giant Hoodies

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Giant Hoodies Bleach Dye Oversized Giant Hoodie

Oversized anything is necessary and comfortable when the weather gets colder. Also, it reminds me of childhood when I would do arts and crafts experimenting with bleach and tie-dye on t-shirts.

$60.00

Karl Lagerfeld Paris Women's Solid BLS Puff SLV

Karl Lagerfeld Paris Women's Solid BLS Puff SLV

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Karl Lagerfeld Paris Women's Solid BLS Puff SLV

Although I'm not the biggest fan of puff sleeve blouses ( I have broad shoulders, so anything exaggerated in the shoulder area makes me look like a linebacker), this Karl Lagerfeld Paris women's blouse is not only just the right amount of puff. It's versatile in the way you can pair it with jeans, skirts, or slacks.

$57.31

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Front windshield and lights of a traditional yellow school bus.
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