Black Friday Sales and Small Business Saturday

I didn't do very much shopping today- the only thing I bought in person was this lamb jacket from Old Navy for half off. It reminds me a bit of my Barbour jacket, but $37 and sherpa. I had seen this Madewell coat online yesterday but was debating the $200 (after discount) price tag. 

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Put it on immediately and headed to the Maker's Market at Great Frogs Winery. It's like wearing a blanket. The sherpa bomber was also pretty cute, really well made for $25, and had a satin-y lining- but I have a few bombers already. Definitely have a jacket addiction.

I also ordered this Paloma Wool embroidered still life sweatshirt ($45- a small Spanish label I found on Instagram a while ago) and this shell cheese board ($17- have wanted this for months) for 30% off from Anthropologie, this navy boiled wool jacket ($120) and button fly toothpick jeans ($75) for 40% off from J. Crew, and this cream Free People Ottoman ribbed tunic sweater ($74) for half off from Macy's.

That's it! For some people, that may sound excessive, but I felt like I held back. I haven't really done ANY shopping this season- I purchased these cream Madewell loafers (love them- so comfy) a couple months ago and not much else.

I like to do all of my gift shopping at local businesses- we'll probably check out Maryland Avenue and Main Street tomorrow for Small Business Saturday.

A few of my absolute favorite small businesses in Annapolis are: Natalie Silitch, Way Off The Beaten Path, Candles Off Main, Whimsicality, and Here. A Pop-Up Shop (opens tomorrow at 186 Main Street.) All addresses are linked in my guide.

Then we'll probably end up drinking eggnog at Galway later on in the evening! =-)