Urban Outfitters' Black Friday Sale Features An Epic BOGO Deal

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If you want to spend your Black Friday energy buying platform boots and statement winter coats, then Urban Outfitter's Black Friday sale should be an area of focus for you. The brand is known for its retro, experimental streetstyle fashion, channeling the '90s with a modern twist. Currently, UO has items like corduroy mom jeans, sheer baby T-shirts that will make you think of the early noughties, as well as snap track pants. And on the day after Thanksgiving, you will be able to nab it all for super cheap.

While Urban Outfitters has a penchant for stocking some of the most stylish trends of the season, it's not always an affordable shopping destination. But thanks to its deep price cuts during the massive shopping holiday, even the most obsessed of fashion lovers can shop big and still stay on budget. You can stock up on boyfriend hoodies, layered necklaces, and the hottest NYE metallic block heels without convincing the bank that your credit card was stolen.

Even better, the sale is starting earlier than expected. The massive Urban Outfitters Black Friday sale starts on Wednesday, Nov. 22 and will last up until Saturday, Nov. 25. The store is offering a buy one, get one 50 percent off deal for the festivities. But the exciting thing is the deal reaches every single item in the store. There will be no exclusions, and the sale will apply to clothes, accessories, shoes, homeware, and even furniture. The deep discount will also apply in-store and online, so you can choose to shop the way you like over the weekend. If you like the wild rush of stampeding Black Friday shoppers, pop into their nearest location. If you prefer to drop your cash while you're in your pajamas at home, the discount is still available to you.

The fun doesn't stop there, though. Remember, Cyber Monday offers amazing discounts, too. For Cyber Monday, the more you shop online the more you save. Depending on what your balance is at checkout, you can qualify for $15 off, $50 off, $75 off, or even a staggering $150 off your purchase.

There's also an added perk for Urban Outfitters Rewards Members, who will be able to access the Cyber Monday sale a day prior to the rest of us plebs, starting on Sunday, Nov. 26. They will also get an additional 20 percent off of their purchase, really rolling in the savings.

To give you an idea what to expect during the shopping weekend, here are some favorite picks to get you visualizing.

Checked Asymmetrical Skirt

Checked Wrap Asymmetrical A-Line Skirt, $56, Urban Outfitters

Channel your inner Clueless character with this asymmetrical A-line skirt. Featuring a thin plaid pattern, it looks even more '90s inspired when paired with combat boots and a jersey turtleneck.

Sleeveless Tank Top

Sleeveless Half-Zip Tank Top, $45, Urban Outfitters

Go back to the Delia's catalog days with this throwback sleeveless tank top. The zipper hardware makes you think of your early teen years, but its crop top silhouette gives it a more mature vibe.

Batwing Bomber Cardigan

Light Before Dark Batwing Bomber Cardigan, $56, Urban Outfitters

If you're looking for cuddly staples to update your winter wardrobe, look no further than this batwing cardigan. Oversized and roomy, it will keep you cozy all winter long.

Red Side-Striped Trousers

Light Before Dark Awkward Length Red Side Stripe Plisse Trousers, $56, Urban Outfitters

The product description calls this cut an "awkward length," but you'll feel anything but in these side stripe beauties. They give you a sporty feel, while still feeling elegant with its silky, crinkled material.

This is just a small taste of what will be available. Start plotting out your strategy.

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