I Went Through Nordstrom’s New-Markdowns Section—These 31 Items Are Chic

Nordstrom consistently has a solid sale offering online. If you cruise over to the new-markdowns section, you’ll uncover a trove of top-notch discounted items across categories, from shoes to accessories to clothing. I decided to spend some time scrolling through the range to find some of the chicest items to share. You know, in case you’re looking for a bit of shopping inspiration as we head into the new season.

While there are plenty of summer items in Nordstrom’s new-markdowns section (ideal if you’re still on the hunt for something or live somewhere warmer), there are also some fall pieces that are noteworthy. I’m talking about cozy knits, favorite denim cuts, and outwear picks.

Keep scrolling to check out the most noteworthy pieces hiding in the Nordstrom sale section right now.

An oversize shirt is key for the season.

Refresh that denim drawer.

Slide these on and go.

The name says it all—cozy.

All about these details.

So versatile.

The styling possibilities are endless.

Top off any autumn look.

Modern tailoring is a top trend for fall.

A knit polo is a modern basic.

These trousers will elevate any look.

This sweater will go with so many outfits.

A beautiful dress.

A sweet top.

Great for transitional weather.

Say hello to your new everyday boots.

A staple.

Wear this skirt with a crop top now or with a chunky knit come fall.

You’ll wear this coat all fall and winter.

Leopard print is basically a neutral at this point.

Yes to this neckline.

A stylish utility jacket.

The longline silhouette is great.

Fresh jeans, anyone?

Adorable print.

Perfect for fall.

Make that statement.

One of the key denim cuts of the season.

Not your average sweatshirt.

Picture this pretty top with your favorite jeans.

You can dress these up or down.

Next, check out more chic fall items.

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