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Fashion :: H&M – After Holiday Sale

Happy Holidays Loves 🙂

Christmas was great this year but its over and with no plans for New Years the only thing I am looking forward to is the after holiday sales. All of my real shoppers now that this is where the real savings and personal binging begins. Black Friday and Holidays sales are ok but the common practice for many retailers is to raise prices leading up to the holidays and then have all these “sales” which just bring the price tag back to retail. As soon as Thanksgiving dinner is over people go into a Christmas shopping frenzy for 30 days straight and no one is thinking about “jacked up” prices. So many people to buy for, so little time, AAAAHHHHH *Home Alone Style*.

The real savings come after Christmas when retailers have to rid of their winter stock to make room for spring. This is the time you want to get your winter shopping in. By February, stores are basically giving the clothes away with markdowns up to 75% off and I am so here for it. This winter season outside of buying a much needed leather jacket and a couple pair of boots (for the low low) I really didn’t shop for myself, so I am very excited and ready to indulge in the winter sales.

I, of course, will be perusing my favorites retailers and sharing the items I have my eyes on with you. H&M literally just sent out a 70% off entire stock email so I’m going to start here. See my fav sales picks below and purchase all items at H&M.

 

Check back for additional sales shopping guides for other retailers like Asos, Topshop, Forever21, and more!

 

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