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If you're an avid online shopper, you'll no doubt be waiting for the 23rd November to snap up the very best Black Friday clothing deals.
The annual discount frenzy sees billions being spent over the weekend, much of which goes towards Black Friday clothing sales.
We've searched high and low for the very best Black Friday clothing deals: while many of the brands are keeping tight-lipped about exactly what discounts they'll be offering, here is just some of what you can expect on Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018.
ASOS is currently offering 60 per cent off big name brands. You can pick up an IVY Park jacket for £36 instead of £55, or you could treat yourself to a new pair of shoes with these leather ankle boots reduced by £61.
Pretty Little Thing are offering up to 50 per cent off clothing, with more to be revealed closer to the time. Its current Black Friday page offers users a "unicorn ticket" to get discounts of up to 50 per cent.
Boohoo's Black Friday offering is 50 per cent off everything, and it's fair to say we can't wait to fill out baskets.
Topshop is offering up to 50 per cent off everything. Most coats, tops knitwear, partywear, gifts and accessories are half price, and your favourite Joni jeans plus other denim pieces have 20 per cent off. Footwear has a 40 per cent off deal in the Topshop Black Friday sale, and brands like Beyoncé's Ivy Park have had their price lowered by 30 per cent.
We're expecting big things from Amazon's fashion offering this Black Friday: keep your eyes peeled for big discounts closer to the time.
While Missguided hasn't announced what exactly their Black Friday clothing discounts will involve, it has said that it is "going harder than previous years". Considering that last year the fashion brand offered 50 per cent off across the whole site, we're super excited to see what great savings this year will bring.
Urban Outfitters launched its Black Friday sale quite late last year and the high street retailer has taken a new approach on the idea of a deal. It is currently offering buy one get one 50 per cent off, and you can mix and match any item.
Last year Mango offered 30 per cent off everything, and while it hasn't revealed what it'll be offering buyers this year, we're keeping our fingers crossed for similarly big discounts.
So far, Very is offering up to 50 per cent off selected clothing, and the discounts are only set to get bigger and better as Black Friday approaches.
New Look's 'Black Friyay' deal is offering customers up to 50 per cent off and are claiming it is 'the biggest Black Friday sale ever'. The sale includes everything from knitwear, jumpsuits and earrings.
If you want to buy discounted clothing now without waiting for Black Friday, head to H&M, which is already offering up to 50 per cent off selected products in the run-up to the big day. We're expecting even bigger sales on Black Friday itself.
Plus-size clothing brand Evans are offering up to 25 per cent off similar to its deal last year, so you can get yourself fully ready for the festive party season.
Considering that last year, Miss Selfridge offered 50 per cent off sale items, there should be similar if not better offers this year. During the run up to the big day the fashion retailer has been launching 'one day only' deals including reducing hundreds of items to just £15.
As part of its 'White Weekend', The White Company is offering 20 per cent off loads of its goodies, meaning you can stock up on cashmere socks, scented candles and sumptuous sleepwear for less.
You need to sign up to create an account to access Net a Porter's Black Friday sale to enjoy a generous 25 per cent off deal across the site. You'll be able to bag a luxury, designer bargain for a hugely discounted price.
The department store's 'Christmas Comes Early' sale is offering around 20 per cent off on some fashion. Use the code SELFCCE at the online checkout.
Words by: Deborah Cicurel