All The Products We’re Buying At Nordstrom’s Big Summer Sale
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This just in: Memorial Day sale events aren’t really Nordstrom’s thing. Instead, the luxury American department store marches to the beat of its own drum with an 11-day deal-a-palooza called the Half-Yearly Sale. Hey, we’re not complaining. Rather, we’re already stocking up on a few discounted finds that are up to 60% off until June 6.
We're talking all kinds of top brands — Goodee, Baggu, BaubleBar, Open Edit, Alex Mill, Skims, and so on — going for way, way less in honor of Memorial...pardon us, the Half Yearly Sale. Prepare for 36% off wedding-ready sandals, 40% off scented candles, 50% off jewelry, and more discounts on summer must-haves. The clock's tickin' so scroll on for our 28 editors' picks that are sitting pretty in Nordstrom's sale section.
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