Theory Outlet’s Black Friday sale started early, and these 10 best-selling sweaters and coats are up to 80% off
There are a few high-end and luxury brands that have outlet stores that we love since they offer items that are either one season late or currently in season for drastically cheaper. While Coach Outlet and Kate Spade Outlet are two of the most popular that folks frequent, Theory Outlet is another that has massive deals on initially expensive pieces that you’ll have in your closet forever.
Theory has a reputation for high-quality outerwear and sweaters, in particular. The well-tailored pieces have no monograms or flashy prints, positioning Theory as one of the leading brands in the quiet luxury space.
Weeks before the massive shopping rush, Theory Outlet’s Black Friday sale is already live, and the best outerwear pieces and sweaters are selling out fast! Luckily, these 10 best sellers are still in stock in most sizes and they’re all 60 to 80% off!
We’ve never seen pieces of this quality so heavily discounted — especially weeks before Black Friday and Cyber Monday. For instance, the extremely luxe Theory Robe Coat In Double-Face Wool-Cashmere is currently $537 off — originally retailing for almost $900! It’s now on super sale for just $358.
This is one of the best pieces to snag from this epic Theory Outlet sale. This lightweight puffer has a stand collar, long sleeves, and a zip front closure for ease. It has a relaxed fit and is true to size.
Oversized sweaters never go out of style, and this one from the Theory Outlet sale is one of the chicest we've seen all season. It has a relaxed fit, fits true to size and has side slits for an extra design element. It comes in five sizes (P to XL) and four colors.
Brushed wool is the epitome of cozy, and this sweater has a gorgeous design and a loose-fitting mock neck that's perfect for both the fall and winter months. Also, since it's 100% wool, it's sure to keep you warm. Sizes range from P to L, and it comes in two colors/patterns.
This minimal puffer coat is a shopper favorite and has been for a while. It fits true to size and has a stand collar, a zip closure, side pockets and an adjustable drawstring hem. It comes in six sizes (P to XL) and four colors.
We love this chic open-front wool-cashmere coat. It has notch lapels for that extra touch of sophistication, side slip pockets and a relaxed fit and mid-thigh length. There are currently two versions of this coat: one comes in four colors (including the one above) and another comes in six additional colors including black, camel and a gorgeous dark currant hue.
The first version is 70% off while the second is 60% off. Both come in six sizes (P to XL).
This shawl collar wrap puffer coat is such a vibe. The quilted, crinkled nylon has an open front, a sash tie belt and hip slip pockets. It also has a relaxed fit that comes in handy when wearing a chunky dress or sweater. Sizes range from P to XL, and it only comes in this timeless black color.
Long puffer coats are just as chic as they are practical, and this is one of our favorites from the Theory Outlet sale. It has a stand collar, a drawstring hood, zip and snap front closures, hip welt pockets and an adjustable drawstring hem.
We couldn't believe it when we saw this best-selling wool-cashmere Theory Robe Coat on sale — especially at this price! The elegant coat has notch lapels, an open front, side patch pockets, a sash tie belt and a relaxed fit. It also falls below the knee.
Sizes range from P to XL, and you can choose from six stunning colors ranging from black to plum.
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