Fashion Editor’s picks: Brands giving back this Black Friday weekend

With the race to snap up a bargain this Black Friday firmly on, why not give back and make a positive impact while shopping?

Here are some brands offering up a charitable, feel-good incentive while you spend, with investment pieces that will get years of wear.

The cosy pyjama

Boden has partnered with Crisis on Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving celebrated on the 30th November, with Boden offering over 500 ‘gifts’ and a monetary donation to help end homelessness. Each ‘gift’ provides someone experiencing homelessness with a place to stay, food, welfare, companionship and vital care, plus the opportunity to end their homelessness for good.

Pyjamas, £42, Boden

The winter warmer

Karen Millen will be working with their reforestation partner Tree-Nation, and planting a tree for every sale made this weekend.

Borg coat, £74, Karen Millen

The goes-with-everything gold earring  

Deborah Blyth will be donating a percentage of every sale across all pieces this weekend to Women’s Aid.

gold hoop earrings

Hoop earrings, from £195, Deborah Blyth

The perfect festive shoe

Make every purchase count. Russell and Bromley will be donating £5 from every online order across four charities.

embellished court shoes

Embellished court shoes, £245, Russell and Bromley 

The forever everyday bag

Aspinal of London will be planting a tree for every single purchase.

aspinal bag

Leather Harper bag, £440, Aspinal of London

The classic knit

Baujken will be donating 100% of their net profit from black Friday weekend to Strut Safe and World Land Trust.

jumper

Recycled wool jumper, £119, Baujken

By Sophie Dearden