NOBODY’S Child is the sustainable fashion brand beloved by industry bloggers (and everyone else on the planet).
The London brand has a strong eco-mission, aiming to reduce textile waste by repurposing deadstock fabrics and creating clothes you’ll want to wear again and again – that won’t end up in landfill.
Is Nobody’s Child taking part in Black Friday 2019?
As a brand that proudly flaunts its green credentials, there’s a chance that Nobody’s Child won’t have specific Black Friday deals on – although last year, shoppers did enjoy a nice 30 per cent off sitewide discount.
In any case, we’ve spotted a sitewide sale on the website already – and some items are reduced by even more than 50 per cent. That means your favourite skirts and tops are a steal at around a tenner.
What will be in the Nobody’s Child Black Friday sale this year?
Last summer, the brand’s star print dress was so widely sought after and beloved by fashion insiders, its popularity was second only to that Zara dress.
What was in the sale last year?
From long dresses to jumpsuits, crop tops to flared trousers, last year, shoppers enjoyed 30 per cent discounts across all of Nobody’s Child’s trend-led-yet-timeless pieces.
So far, we’ve spotted some fantastic items in the sale online – and at whopping discounts of 50 per cent off or more.
Here are some of our favourites that you can snap up before the Black Friday sales have even begun:
- Mint and black oversized animal jumper, was £28, now £12 – buy here
- Black Floral Amy 90’s Cami Dress, was £22, now £14 – buy here
- Black and White Dogtooth Mini Skirt, was £20, now £10 – buy here
- Orange Print Zebra Mesh Long Sleeve Round Neck Top, was £18, now £12 – buy here
- Navy Pinstripe Self Belt Trouser, was £32, now £12 – buy here
- Lulu Floral Bell Sleeve V Neck Jumpsuit, was £30, now £17 – buy here
Our tips for finding the best deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday
IT might be tempting to dive in and snap up LOADS of items on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but here’s how you can guarantee you’re getting a good deal.
PREPARE Research the items you want to buy and find out the cheapest price. Websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory and CamelCamelCamel will give you historical data on prices so you can see how much you should pay.
GET FOLLOWING Follow your favourite shops on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up to its deals newsletter to get the latest on any offers. We post the best deals in our Sun Money FB group too.
CHECK FOR CODES Take a look at The Sun Vouchers, to see if you can get extra savings on hundreds of retailers.
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You have lots of different options when it comes to shipping if you order from Nobody’s Child this festive season.
Delivery is free on orders over £50, or UK Saver Tracked is normally £2.99 (delivered within three working days).
UK Next Day Weekday delivery is £4.99 (and free for orders over £80), UK Next Day Saturday/Sunday is £5.99 (and free for orders over £100).
There are also CollectPlus options (24hr, 48hr, 72hr), starting at £2.99.
We’ll be updating on any Nobody’s Child Black Friday sale information just as soon as we have it.
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