J.Crew is a one-stop shop for pieces both timeless and trendy. So our advice to you this holiday season? Cross things off your list — fast — by browsing the retailer's just-launched Early Gift Guide, packed with incredible deals (up to 50% off) for women, men, girls and boys. You can narrow things down further by searching bestsellers, top-rated, under $25 and under $50. The pickings are aplenty, so we did the digging and rounded up the best 24 sale items, from sparking earrings to sweet beanies. J.Crew's deals are often hard to beat — especially during the holidays — but these prices are particularly awe-inducing (cue this gorgeous leather weekender for over $100 off). The impressive sale ends tomorrow night, so get the good stuff while it's still available.
How cozy does this oversized turtleneck look? We love the slouchy fit and so will your mother-in-law or best friend, especially when they find out the chunky knit is happily machine-washable. Choose from bone (shown), red, green, navy and black — all are on sale.
Make his holiday — and keep him extra cozy — by wrapping up this stylish puffer. Filled with ultra-warm PrimaLoft insulation, it's got a removable hood and roomy front patch pockets that snap shut. In blue (shown) and black and sizes XS to XXL. Save 40%.
Like a gift within a gift: These adorable bow-printed kids' PJs are just begging to be worn on Christmas morning. They come in fun non-holiday prints too (neon dogs, anyone?). Snap up these cuties while they’re over 40% off; sizes 2 to 14.
How fun are these shark slippers?! J.Crew chomped 40% off the price, so now's the time to attack. Little ones will get a kick out of slipping their feet into these as it'll look like their tootsies are getting bitten off. Fun! Super soft and cushy, with rubber soles to prevent sliding.
Derek Chauvin - the ex-police officer jailed over the murder of George Floyd - was stabbed 22 times with an "improvised knife" in prison, it has emerged. Fellow inmate John Turscak has been charged with attempted murder following the attack on 24 November, which was Black Friday. The 52-year-old, a former member of the Mexican Mafia, told FBI agents he attacked Chauvin on that date as a symbolic connection to the Black Lives Matter movement.