Mejuri’s Best and Only Sale of the Year Just Started—Here’s What to Know

In the off-chance that you need a reminder, Black Friday deals are upon us, which means anything and everything is on sale right now. AirPods? Glossier balm dot com? Sherpa jackets to wear in lieu of thermostat drama? Check, check and check.

If you’re a jewelry person (raises hand and jumps for joy), here’s even better news: Mejuri is holding their only sale of the year for the occasion, which begins today, November 23 for email subscribers and November 25 for everyone else. Iif you’re worried about pieces selling out, you can sign up for Mejuri’s emails to start shopping now and unsubscribe later if you wish.

The sale is structured to save more if you buy more. Shoppers can take 10 percent off of one item, 15 percent off of two items, and 20 percent off three items or more. Considering the range of personalized jewelry Mejuri offers (with everything from astrology pieces to complimentary engraving options), now’s as wise a time as ever to either jumpstart your holiday shopping or treat yourself to your own modern heirloom.

It’s hard to remember, but before 2015 (the year Mejuri launched), the concept of a direct-to-consumer company offering high-quality gold jewelry under $250 was still novel. As one of the first DTC brands to shake up the fine jewelry landscape, Mejuri played a major role in making 14k accessible to a much larger audience.

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What’s more is that the Montreal-based brand has continued to nail it in creating everyday pieces that feel and look good to wear. I’m a fangirl in case you couldn’t tell, but I’m hardly alone, considering that the brand has almost 1 million Instagram followers and has been spotted on everyone from Oprah to Selena Gomez.

This year’s sale runs until December 1, so if you’ve been coveting something special, this is not the sale to procrastinate.

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