Anniversary Sale: Best of What’s Left

Aug 19, 2020

The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is now open to everyone regardless of cardholder status.  Sadly, some of my favorite pieces are sold out in most sizes.  Here is the best pieces that are left in the majority of sizes organized by price with a few plus and petite pieces mixed in.

Pieces for $200 and Over

Rebecca Taylor Eyelash Tweed Dress

Veronica Beard Jax Floral Chiffon Blouse

All Saints Dalby Leather Jacket

Vince Funnel Neck Wool Blend Sweater

L’Agence Chamberlain Blazer

Pieces for $100 – $200

Eileen Fisher Silk & Cashmere Sweater Plus and Misses/Petite

7 for All Mankind Grey Denim

Revitabrow Advanced Serum

Rebecca Taylor Pom Silk Top

Ted Baker London Daylla Pencil Dress

Pieces Under-$100

Halogen City Trench Coat (runs to XX Large)

Marc Fisher Enaba Loafer (7 colors)

Vince Gathered Sleeveless Dress

Wit & Wisdom Plus Size Bootcut Jeans

Tahari Cap Sleeve Sheath

Topshop Faux Leather Jacket (also in petite)

Madewell Knot-Front Top

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  1. Michaela says:

    I have been so disappointed by how much sold out during early access. I am not excited enough about the sale to get the card, but I expected to pick up a sweater or two this year. It seems like most things on my Wish List have been sold out for at least a week. I’ll check for restocks, but with COVID I imagine it’s more difficult for them to restock…

  2. Lauren says:

    Went ahead and ordered the top shop jacket – the reviews all good but they’re all from petite XS and I ordered a regular 10 so we shall see! 🙂

  3. Monica T says:

    I had put some Wacoal bralettes on my wishlist and luckily they were still available. As a non-cardholder I was surprised that I wasn’t allowed to purchase sale items before the sale, even if I wanted them. Maybe they deal with too many price matching requests when they allow that.

    • Meg says:

      I was bummed about this too. There were a couple of things I would have been happy to pay full price for, but couldn’t, and of course they are gone now.

  4. Eleni says:

    I’ve had luck with a few things that I had on my wish list becoming available again.

  5. sara says:

    agree with others that I HATE their new tiered system. I literally only bought shampoo and Ugg slip-ons this year because everything else I wanted sold out. sigh.

  6. S says:

    Just wait. Most NAS things (esp the things made esp for the sale) are on sale for the NAS price or less in Sept or Oct after they get returned. I just leave them in my wishlist and pick them up later if I’m still interested after the hype.

  7. caitlin F says:

    I don’t get paying $200 for a top that’s 100% polyester. Is the cost just coming from the designer name?

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