Fit Photos of This Week’s Deals

As a deal hunter by nature, this is one of my favorite few days to cover each year and the sales did not disappoint. In case you missed it, here’s my posts on the Best Cyber Deals with Petite Picks and Baby Gear & Kids Deals, where I tried to focus on items in my closet and home that get regular use. Below are some updates on noteworthy new deals that went live today + a few fit photos!

petite women jogger pants work from home lounge outfits


Updated deal: 20% off including gift / value sets which were previously excluded


Updated deal: 25% off site wide

  • For $100 total you can purchase 2 gift sets (I’d suggest one containing a full size rose vitamin C oil) for those on your holiday list, and keep the 10 pc gift with purchase for yourself!

Updated deal: up to $200 off coats & jackets.


Updated deal: 40 to 60% off everything! Filter by your size and preferred rise on the sidebar. Their Short denim is the perfect length on me, a tad shorter than their Petite.

Ann Taylor

Updated deal: 50% off site wide.

  • Camel wool belted coat – Fit is on the roomy side. Classic color and 95% wool composition.
  • Belted trench – surprisingly nice quality and weightier than a typical trench. Durable stretch woven fabric.
  • Pull on easy ankle pant – tailored flat front, stretchy wide elastic back waistband & stretch fabric.
Sam Edelman

(cyber deal ended)


The deal: Extra 30% off all sale (like homegoods). Free ship $50+. Shop petites.


Updated deal: Cyber Deal has ended, currently free shipping and returns on all orders.


Updated deal: Cyber Deal has ended, currently free shipping $40+. Check out their nursing / maternity, petites, and baby.

The Daily Edited

The deal: Cyber Deal ended. Unique styles you don’t see everywhere + free monograming = a gifting haven! I have 3 handbags from them that have held up beautifully over time.


Updated Deal: Cyber Deal has ended, but the court sneakers and linen jumpsuit are still on sale.

  • Newly Added: Men’s performance chino. Nick’s favorite pants second to his Lululemon ABCs. Read his review under item #3. Looks like they’re phasing out the hard-to-find shorter 28 inseam, with just a few left. 
  • Women’s petite jumpsuits: Japanese goweave (add a belt) + black linen starting in 00 petite
  • Women’s stretch high rise skinny (also in mid rise) in several colors, one of my all time favorite jeans. Thicker, durable weight denim, flattering rise, perfect ankle length. See white on me above (not see through)
  • Men’s merino wool hoodie –  One of the most comfortable, versatile pieces from their men’s selection that comes back each year. Feels better than their pricier cashmere hoodie, per Nick. 
  • Leather Court Sneaker – 50% off in select colors. Buttery soft, cushioned leather retro-inspired sneaker that’s super comfortable.
Abercrombie jogger set petite
A&F sweatshirt xxs + joggers xxs, lululemon stretch hat, Adidas sneakers (very similar for $17)
Sam Edelman black combat boots
petite suede moto jacket
Banana Republic jacket in xs petite (runs small), H&M turtleneck xs, Everlane jeans 25 ankle, KL booties 5.5 (also here), TDE bag with monogram
Cyber Monday petite fashion deals
Ann Taylor coat xxs petite – runs big, Sam Edelman boots 5 (also here), T&B hat
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  1. Amy wrote:

    Just wondering since you’ve tried both styles, do you like the J. Crew Parke blazer or the J. Crew Schoolboy blazer better? I sure value your opinion!

    Posted 5.31.22 Reply
  2. Leslie wrote:

    Hi Jean! I just found your blog and love all your outfits and styling tips. I’ve been looking for loungewear like the A&F outfit you’ve shown here – in that exact color too! I can’t seem to find that color on the website though, would it be the cream or grey?

    Posted 12.18.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Leslie, my set is the cream, I’m hoping they’ll restock it!

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  3. Yuki wrote:

    In case you see this, I purchased the Sophie blazer because I love the one from JCrew Factory that is similar. I didn’t realize until now that the JCrew version is dry-clean only. I was wondering if you’ve ever washed it at home or if you dry clean it – hope you get a chance to get back to me. Love this blog!

    Posted 12.11.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Yuki, I have washed mine at home! When I do, I always make sure to turn it inside out, place it in a garment bag and wash with cold water. I also never put it in the dryer. Hope this helps!

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  4. Sophia wrote:

    Where did you get the necklace stand on your nightstand? Been following your blog for years. Thanks for all your recs!

    Posted 12.6.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Thank you so much, I got it at Target about a year ago.

      Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  5. cherrie wrote:

    What are your reviews on the Lululemon Stretch Cap?

    Looks great on your!

    Posted 12.1.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Thank you Cherrie! The stretch without any adjustable band in the back is really comfortable, but overall fit will totally depend on sizing and how it works on your head. I wish they had S, M, L instead of S/M for example since it’s a tad loose on me if I were to go running with it.

      Posted 12.30.20 Reply
  6. Samira wrote:

    Hello from a fellow Bostonian! Wanted to pop on here and just say that I love your blog so much and your IG stories make my day 🙂 I’m so appreciative of all the petite resources you’ve created and the time & energy you put into finding deals and trying out petite pieces for us! All of the outfits on this one are just so on point!! Happy holidays to you and your family!

    Posted 11.30.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Samira, thanks so much for your feedback and kind message! It’s wonderful to hear from a fellow Bostonian. Wishing you a memorable and healthy holidays as well xx

      Posted 11.30.20 Reply
  7. Shweta Mathew wrote:

    Hi Jean,
    I couldn’t find details about the blue denim you are wearing on Instagram with the Regent wool blazer. I have been looking for a mid rise straight jeans and what you are wearing looks perfect.
    Thanks in advance!

    Posted 11.30.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Shweta! Sorry I forgot to include that photo here, but they’re J.Crew curvy straight jeans in sz 25 petite (linked here . The denim has more comfortable stretch to it than most of their other denim styles which tend to be stiffer. I’ve also never tried curvy cut jeans before (since i’m fairly straight shaped) but they have a higher waist to hip ratio and actually worked well.

      Posted 11.30.20 Reply
      • Shweta Mathew wrote:

        No need to apologise at all! Thank you for the info. I’m petite but on the curvier side so I’ll most definitely be getting these. Thank you!

        Posted 12.1.20 Reply
  8. Emily wrote:

    Thanks for this post! I am considering investing in the JCrew Regent Blazer. Do you have any thoughts on the wool flannel vs. four-season stretch versions? I am also on the fence between 00P or 0P (I am typically XXS in JCrew sweaters) if you have any insights on fit.

    Posted 11.30.20 Reply
    • Jean | Extra Petite wrote:

      Hi Emily, I havent tried the four season but I like this lightweight wool one and it feels like it could be worn 3 seasons. I thought this was a tailored fit, so if you’re on the fence I would go with the bigger size in case you want to layer a medium or thicker sweater underneath!

      Posted 11.30.20 Reply
  9. Laura Allen wrote:

    Hi! Where is the sweater from that you paired with the Ann Taylor skirt? Love it – and you also pretty much created my Christmas list this year! ;0) Thank you – this website is so useful to me – it is so difficult to find good quality petite clothing!

    Posted 11.30.20 Reply

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