As you’ve heard mentioned in previous posts, we love hunting down deals and even sometimes paying full price (gasp!) at Nordstrom. You can read a little about how and why here in a post I did with some tips I have for shopping at Nordstrom.
My favorite department has always been the Savvy Department. But, I have ended up buying most of my clothes in the B.P. Department because the prices are more in my budget. Until now! They just changed up the department and moved out some of the higher end brands in to other departments. Here is the best part, the clothes are still as awesome. Yay!
I checked out the Savvy Sale Section today for a few items I love and seem like a great price. These might go fast, the inventory doesn’t last when they put items on sale.
- Leith Oversized High/Low Tee - I am obsessed with oversize tees right now. They are pretty much all I wear with leggings, jeans, jeggings, etc. Actually, no etc. Those are all my pants. Price is $18.98 (50% 0ff) + free shipping & returns.
- Guinevere ’Fitz’ Beaded Hoop Earrings - These are cute! So cute! They’d make an awesome gift. My mama is hip, I think I’ll get them for her for Mother’s Day. Don’t worry, she’s not hip enough to read blogs, however, so she won’t see this. Price is $13.98 (50% off) + free shipping and returns.
- Leith’Sports’ Knit Bomber Cardigan - I want this sweater! It’s super cute and looks like it could be worn all year long. Price is $40.98 (50% 0ff) + free shipping and returns.
Make sure and check out the sale section at Nordstrom. You can sort by department and price. Just a reminder that they always have free shipping, free returns and price adjust as long as the items are still available!
On a total side note, I have a pricey swimsuit that was given to me as a gift last summer from Nordstrom. It is crocheted and some of the thread started coming out. I took it in and explained the situation last week and they gave me a brand new suit! Almost a year later, with no receipt. Amazing!
Happy shopping for you or somebody else!
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