Nordstrom Anniversary Sale – Open to Everyone!

Finally, the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is open to the public!!

After a long week of early access for cardholders, everyone can finally get in on the savings. I’m a cardholder and even I feel like an entire week of early access is a tad bit excessive. I know this is Nordstrom’s way of pushing the credit cards and apparently it works because there are wayyy less items up for grabs compared to a week ago.

Click HERE to check out my post from last week about my favorite items from the Anniversary Sale early access. A few items have sold out, but most are still available.The prices go back up on August 8th, but I’m pretty sure by then we will be left with odd sizes and undesirable styles. Act quick if you see something you like. Shipping and returns are always free, too.


I snagged the Kendra Scott Rae necklace during the early access sale, but most colors except gunmetal have sold out. However, the Elisa pendant necklace is still available and will match with everything. It is priced at $32.90-39.90 depending on the stone you choose ($50-60 after the sale).


I own these exact Joe’s Honey curvy jeans and they are seriously the best. I have the opposite of a curvy figure so I’m really not sure why they are called curvy jeans, but they fit me perfectly. Jeans are SO difficult to find a good pair because what looks good on one person can fit someone else totally wrong. If you are looking for a new pair of jeans, these are worth a try. They are $99.90 during the sale or $189 after.


I’ve owned a Barefoot Dreams cardigan for the past couple years and the material is the softest, most comfortable thing in my closet. I spotted this Barefoot dreams travel shawl in the sale and I was very, very tempted to place an order. I can’t say a shawl has ever been on my packing list before, but maybe I’ve been missing out my entire life. The only downfall to this shawl is it is one-size-fits-all, which scares me since I’m so short. I was secretly waiting for a few reviews to pop up to see how people like it, but no luck so far. It is also pretty expensive ($79.90 or $121 after the sale), but it might be worth it to add to the overall comfort level in my closet.


I talked about the Tory Burch convertible bag in my early access post, but not everyone is in the market for a spendy designer bag. I really like this Phase 3 crossbody bag, which reminds me a lot of a Michael Kors bag I’ve owned for the past few years. The color is perfect and the tassel on the zipper is really cute. Best part about this bag is it only costs $33.90 or $68 after the sale.


Last fall and winter, I was mad for plaid. I spent the bulk of winter in some sort of flannel and all signs point to plaid being hot again this year. I love the color combo of this grey and teal O’Neill plaid shirt, which is marked down to $32.90 ($49.50 after the sale).


Finally, this Leith Dolman dress caught my eye. I like how Nordstrom paired it with booties, or I could totally see it with knee-high boots for later in fall and winter. Really cute dress for only $38.90 ($58 after the sale).

Like I said above, if you haven’t checked out last week’s post from the early access sale, make sure to do that HERE because there are still some really cute things up for grabs.

Did you place an #NSALE order?