Best Black Friday clothing deals available now

Black Friday and holiday shopping deals are not just about electronics. This year, the best clothing deals are showing up super early, and we've round up five of our favorites. For women, Tory Burch's Lila Jacket is a great find and that too with 50 percent off. 

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One of the most popular designer brands, Tory Burch. The logo is world famous and embedded on its apparel, shoes, handbags, jewelry, and more.

As we noted in our Black Friday apparel predictions, these sales start super early. This year, the season's best clothing deals are showing up earlier than ever, and we've rounded up five of our favorites. Save $45 on a Cabela's windbreaker, grab a pair of Quiksilver jeans for just $16, and take 50% off a Tory Burch leather jacket.

Cabela's Men's Lightweight Windbreak Jacket
Store: Cabela's
Price: $14.99 with in-store pickup
Lowest By: $45
Is It Worth It?: You might be ready to break out the parkas right now, but that doesn't mean this Cabela's Windbreak jacket isn't a wise out-of-season purchase. Lightweight and water-resistant, you'll be glad you grabbed this $15 shell when the temperatures rise. It's available in sizes L to 3XL, although not in all size/color combinations.

1901 Men's Paisley Print Trim Plaid Shirt
Store: Nordstrom
Price: $23.97 with free shipping
Lowest By: $36
Is It Worth It?: Plaid shirts are a cold-weather staple, but that doesn't mean you have to channel your inner lumberjack. Keep your plaid preppy with this 1901 button-up shirt, which features paisley print at the cuffs and collar. A $36 savings, this shirt comes in sizes S to XXL, but not in all combos.
Get your designer fix during this Nordstrom men's final clearance sale, where items have been marked up to 75% off. With prices starting around $10 and free shipping on everything, it's a great chance to stock up on labels like Diesel, Michael Kors, Burberry, Cole Haan, and more. Sizes may be limited.

Quiksilver Men's Sequel Jeans
Store: Quiksilver
Price: $16.19 via coupon code "HOLIDAY40" with free shipping
Lowest By: $25
Expires: November 23
Is It Worth It?: Go ahead and bypass that bargain bin; right now, you can grab quality jeans for way less than their list price. Case in point, these Quiksilver Sequel jeans in Blue Rinse drop to an Editors' Choice $25 price low after coupon code "HOLIDAY40". At $16, they're easily the cheapest Quiksilver jeans we've ever seen! They're available with a 32" inseam, in select waist sizes from 30 to 38.
Shop for more laid-back duds in the Quiksilver sale section, where you'll get an extra 40% offyour purchase with coupon code "HOLIDAY40". With free shipping on everything, it's yielding some of the best price lows we've seen from Quiksilver all year. Sizes are limited, so shop while you can!

Tory Burch Women's Lila Jacket
Store: Tory Burch
Price: $497.50 with free shipping
Lowest By: $498
Is It Worth It?: Everyone needs a beautiful leather jacket in their closet, but the Tory Burch Lila jacket offers more than just quality craftsmanship. This moto-inspired coat features pintucked matte leather for a look that's both tailored and edgy. It's a serious investment at $498, but that's 50% off and a great price for this designer jacket.
Looking for more wardrobe staples? Tory Burch has cut up to 60% off a selection of sale apparel, shoes, and accessories, with prices starting from $35. Plus, you can checkout via PayPal to qualify for free shipping. (Otherwise, shipping starts at $4, with free shipping on orders of $300 or more.)

Roxy Women's Sunset Remix Tank Dress
Store: Roxy
Price: $22.19 via coupon code "HOLIDAY40" with free shipping
Lowest By: $32
Expires: November 23
Is It Worth It?: Nothing screams "I miss summer!" louder than purchasing an adorable tank dress. Grab the Roxy Sunset Remix dress for just $22 after the coupon above, and you'll be all set for sunnier days. A $32 savings, this dress comes in sizes S to L.

Marcy Bonebright is a features writer for dealnews.com where this article first appeared.  

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