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Whether you’ve realized it or not, you’ve probably shopped Nordstrom’s in-house brands. From Treasure & Bond to BP. to Halogen, these Nordstrom Made brands aren’t just fashionable, but oftentimes affordable. And this weekend, several of these labels are 30 percent off with select items offering even steeper discounts through Oct. 26.
Right now, you can score on sweaters, coats and other fall essentials for less. For example, this plaid blazer coat is currently 30 percent off, bringing its price tag to under $80. In need of new booties? This stylish burgundy croc pair from Treasure & Bond is a full 50 percent off.
Whether you’re treating your yourself, the men in your life or are getting a jump on your holiday shopping, now is a great time to save. Keep scrolling to shop these killer discounts on top Nordstorm Made sale items.
Shop: Treasure & Bond Stripe Dobby Shirt, $48.30 (Orig. $69)
Shop: BP. Tie Dye Joggers, $34.30 (Orig. $49)
Shop: Halogen Open Front Pocket Cardigan, $55.30 (Orig. $79)
Shop: Treasure & Bond Freda Bootie, $49.98 (Orig. $99.95)
Shop: Halogen Sweater Skirt, $48.30 (Orig. $69)
Shop: BP. Faux Leather Classic Tote, $34.30 (Orig. $49)
Shop: Chelsea28 Leather Moto Jacket, $209.30 (Orig. $299)
Shop: 1901 Floral Print Button–Front Pleated Chiffon Dress, $111.30 (Orig. $159)
Shop: Treasure & Bond Two-Button Double Breasted Blazer Coat, $76.30 (Orig. $109)
Shop: Nordstrom Medium Madrona Leather Crossbody Bag, $104.30 (Orig. $149)
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