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What To Get At The ASOS Cyber Monday 2017 Sale For Everyone On Your List

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I'm not going to lie: This list took me a bit because I was a tad busy shopping for myself. I mean, one look at the ASOS website and the hundreds of seriously cool clothing, shoes, face and body, and accessories options, and you'll be making a list so you know just what to get at the ASOS Cyber Monday 2017 sale.

Of course, planning for the ASOS deals does take a bit of super sleuthing because the company has not yet announced its Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals. But while they are staying mum about what they are going to offer, there are some conclusions to draw about what to expect based on the sales of years past. According to The Sun, ASOS has offered a site-wide 20 percent discount during past Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, and the website BlackerFriday.com noted that shoppers can expect as much as a 30 percent discount. The sales are expected to run Nov. 23 to Nov. 28, so basically the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are just one big long weekend of major deals. Either way, bookmark the ASOS Black Friday page and check back regularly for announcements.

Keep in mind there are also some already known things, like students receiving 10 percent off and deals on shipping. The site is also currently offering 60 percent off men's jeans, chinos, sweats, and shirts. Can't wait for the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales to hit? Check out the ASOS outlet deals for up to 70 percent off women's and men's brands.

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Tops, T-Shirts, & Sweaters

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ASOS T-Shirt in Stripe with Contrast Pocket, $23, ASOS

Shop everything from a Floaty Floral Blouse (reg. $51) for your BFF to a three-pack of basic t-shirts (reg. $25) for your hubby's stocking to a cozy Chunky Crop Sweater (reg. $45) for yourself. You'll also find cardigans, tanks, hoodies, and sweatshirts for both men and women from top brands, like Adidas, Calvin Klein, Lacoste, and French Connection.

Denim & Pants

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ASOS Skinny Chinos In Brown, reg. $32, ASOS

What holiday list is complete without denim? Pick up jeans for all occasions, like Bershka Cigarette Jeans (reg. $35) for a night out and PrettyLittleThing Boyfriend Jeans (reg. $38) for lazy Sundays. Don't forget to snag the Two-Pack Super Skinny Pants In Black And Navy (reg. $54) for the special guy in your life, and check out seriously cute bottoms in maternity, petite, tall, and plus sizes, too.

Dresses

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ASOS Knitted Dress with Frill Hem, reg. $45, ASOS

From casual to cocktail, ASOS has endless dress options you'll want to snag for everything from the office holiday party to your best friend's upcoming bridal shower. Check out the seriously snuggly Oversized Knitted Dress with Cable Detail (reg. $56) for kicking it at home and the Boohoo Open Back Velvet Mini Dress (reg. $35) for upping your sizzle factor.

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Jackets & Coats

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ASOS Wool Mix Overcoat In Light Gray, reg. $127, ASOS

Cover up with one of the hundreds of coats and jackets for women and men available on the ASOS site, like the Slim Coat with Statement Sleeve (reg. $135) for your mama who knows how to work it or the New Look Biker Jacket With Zip Detailing In Black (reg. $79) for your ultra-cool brother.

Activewear

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Rainbeau Curve Brie Tank In Pink, reg. $48, ASOS

Need to find a gift for the fitness buff in your life? Check out activewear options for women and men, like Puma Plus Mesh Panel Active Leggings (reg. $64), Ted Baker Fit to a T Strappy Top (reg. $104), and the Lyle & Scott Fitness Cornet Graphic Print T-Shirt (reg. $40).

Maternity

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ASOS Maternity Preggers Slogan Tee, reg. $23, ASOS

Dress up your bump or pick something out for your pregnant friend with the ASOS maternity line. You'll love the Maternity Nursing Wrap Dress in Blue Floral (reg. $51), New Look Maternity Short Sleeve Top (reg. $15), and Maternity Kimmi Shrunken Boyfriend Jeans (reg. $51).

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Shoes

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River Island Knitted Sneakers In Black, reg. $40, ASOS

Don't forget to score some style for your feet with slip ons, sneakers, and boots for women and men, like Converse Pro Leather Mid Sneakers In Black (reg. $90), Analise Leather Chelsea Boots (reg. $64), and Libra Ballet Flats (reg. $19). You'll even find slippers that range from colorful unicorn slippers (reg. $23) to stylish slip ons with faux shearling lining (reg. $23).

Bags & Accessories

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New Look Patent Bow Chain Shoulder Bag, reg. $32, ASOS

Whether you score the Soft Backpack with Zip Detail (reg. $29) for an on-the-go friend or a sweet Cat Velvet Cross Body Bag (reg. $29) for your sister who's still hitting the scene, you're going to find what you are looking for amongst the hundreds of bag options at ASOS. You'll also want to check out jewelry and watches, like the Statement Pom and Tassel Teardrop Earrings (reg. $24) and ASOS Watch In Black With Rose Gold Highlights (reg. $35).

Face & Body

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NYX Professional Earth Eye Palette, reg. $40, ASOS

If stocking stuffers are the name of your game, then you'll want to take a peek at the ASOS face and body lineup. You'll find deals on fragrance, makeup, face care products, and tools and accessories, like the Le Mini Macaron Ice Cream Hand Mask (reg. $5), men-u Shave Facial Essentials (reg. $50), and Mermaid Shell Hand Cream (reg. $14).

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