Staud's Cult Bags Are Going To be *Seriously* Discounted On Black Friday

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If you already started making your priority list of sales to shop, then STAUD's Black Friday event should be at the top. The fashion-girl favorite brand is hosting its first site-wide sale across all categories (including clearance pieces) — so yes, that means its best-selling "Moon" and "Rey" handbags and more viral bags of 2019 will be up for grabs with discounted prices. The major savings event will kick off at 6 a.m. PT on Nov. 27 and run until 12 p.m. PT on Dec. 3. And, all you have to do is use the code BFCM25 at checkout to earn 25 percent off of anything on the site.

Known for delivering photo-worthy bags, STAUD's curved "Moon" shape and the triangular "Rey" style are the latest to reach viral status. And, thanks to the upcoming sale, you'll be able to bring them into your lineup for much less. During the event, the "Moon Bag" will be down from $295 to $221.25, while the larger iteration will be $296.25 instead of $395. Its croc-embossed "Rey Bag" will be marked down from $325 to $243.75 with the help of the discount code (note, the larger style will be reduced from $475 to $356.25).


However, if you've been eyeing STAUD's beloved bucket bags, you'll be please to know you can snag the Bissett and the Moreau for reduced prices as well. Come sale time, this snake-print Bissett Bag will be down from $375 to $281.25 as will this netted Moreau Bag in a rich brown hue. But, for those after more squared-off shapes, you'll want to set eyes on the Shirley styles, which are offered in everything from luxe leather and sleek PVC to soft shearling.

The aforementioned pieces are just the beginning when it comes to this sale. Continue on to start making your wishlist, and be sure to head over to the site to peruse the discount on shoes and ready-to-wear, too.

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