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Buy Social this Black Friday up to 30% off clothing in The Big Issue Shop

From cosy snoods to stylish scarves and slogan tees – grab a bargain and support a good cause with our Black Friday weekend sale

The busiest shopping weekend of the year has arrived in all its excess! But we’re asking why not support causes right here in the UK and around the world with your hard earned cash instead of opting for a sub-par supermarket 40” telly. Take a discount of 30% off clothing across The Big Issue Shop instead! 

Be stylish, safe and seen with 15% off GLOW accessories. Each piece is packed with warm and protection, featuring light-reflective fibreglass fused with the fibres of the yarn.

Don’t worry, you can’t feel it, but you will see it when it catches the light. GLOW is the brainchild of London fashion designer and stylist Comet Chukura. Each designed is hand crocheted by disadvantaged women in London, enabling them to grow their skills and earn an income as part of a wider community. You’re spoiled for choice with money off across their entire collection, hats and snoods included!

If that wasn’t enough to help you stand out from the crowd, a gorgeous silk scarf from House of Gharats will certainly help. The design house bring together style, substance and sustainability to empower women and girls to break out of the poverty cycle. Each piece, available in either pocket square or scarf size is made from the finest Italian silk twill brings together timeless design with modern style to create these sleek designs. There’s a special Black Friday discount of up to 15% off across the collection.

We promised you clothes, we’ve got clothes! Hopeful Traders collaborate with individuals who been affected by homelessness or mental illness to design clothing, with both the artists and a cause of their choice receiving profits from each piece sold. Feel hopeful in their own brand t-shirts or cosy up with an organic cotton sweatshirt designed by one of their artists.

Let your tee do the talking with our very own #WearABigIssue collection with a discount of 30% off across the range. Grab the Pale Blue Dot design from Angry Dan in either roll or plain sleeves or Fight Like A Girl in one of our slogan hoodies. Every purchase of Big Issue products help us continue our mission to give a hand up, not a hand out to those living on the margins. There has never been a more stylish way to wear your heart on your tee!

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