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Black Friday and Cyber Monday Wrap Dresses

Wrap Dresses

Black Friday was perhaps an outcrop of thanksgiving parades in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Santa Claus would arrive at the end of the Thanksgiving Day parades announcing that Christmas was around the corner. These parades were sponsored by shops and departmental stores like Macys or Eatons (of Canada). It is from this practice that the end of thanksgiving Thursday slowly spilled over like a shopping day into the following Friday. Then, by the turn of the 21st century, shopping trends and tempting trade strategies fashioned what is Black Friday as it is known today. Cyber Monday is more of a marketing ploy by online retailers. You can find retailers like amazon and eBay thriving on the Monday. Cyber Monday is popular for online product launches. A new product is advertised with added hype as Black Friday weekend approaches closer. People become eager to steal the deals and grab lucrative freebies or discounts that accompany the product. Let us consider any clothing retailer that sells wrap dresses example. Black Friday rush for the clothing apparel was almost catastrophic when queues became unmanageable. The excitement for Black Friday is understandable as brands leave no stone unturned to woo their loyal customers through deals and discounts on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.