Up your fashion game! The Matt & Nat sale is on now and you can find online deals that are up to 50% off. Plus, all the products are vegan.
If you're looking to add to your closet or upgrade your handbag game, this Canadian brand is offering savings through its online shop.
With the end of season sale, you can find deals up to 50% off on bags, clothing, belts, sandals and other shoes.
There are so many products to choose from.
That includes a pair of slip-on sandals that are 30% off which will cost you $56, down from $80.
Or this olive colour utility jacket that's made from recycled polyester for 25% off.
This chunky heel peep toe mule is only $60 which is 50% off its original price of $120.
There's a crossbody bag for $73.50, down from $90, that comes in black, light blue or light pink.
You can buy these faux suede boots for 40% off.
Matt & Nat is a Montreal-based vegan brand so no animal products are used in the production of its products.
The name comes from MAT(T)erial and NATure and the relationship between the two so new ways to stay sustainable and eco-friendly are always being explored.
However, an Instagram post about the sale, just a day after Blackout Tuesday, was met with unhappy responses.
"I don't think I can continue being a customer until the brand properly addresses what it's going to do to really show that black lives matter. By turning off comments on your blackout post yesterday you showed that you're not really listening and learning," one person commented.
In response to George Floyd's death, the brand had posted a caption that said "lives matter" instead of "black lives matter." It was then deleted and another post went up saying they know they aren't perfect but commit to speaking up for what's right.
Then for their blackout post on Tuesday, they had the comments disabled.
The brand addressed the controversy surrounding its posts by replying to people's comments.
"We messed up. We apologize. You're right All Black Lives Matter. We are doing our best," one reply said.
That includes donating $10,000 to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
As for their sale, a timeline hasn't been revealed, so its unclear how long these deals will stick around.