Hate to interrupt your Hot Girl Summer, but these fall essentials are going to sell out fast.
It's time to take a short break from your Hot Girl Summer to think ahead to your fall wardrobe. I know, I know, it's 90 degrees and nobody wants to talk about boots or coats yet, but Nordstrom's Anniversary Sale is officially upon us—which means that Fall 2019's hottest pieces are on sale now before their full-price season even starts.
From the perfect leather boots to blazers, knitwear, and a fresh crop of bags, the annual sale is full of all the essentials for your fall wardrobe. Currently, all Nordstrom cardholders can shop the Early Access sale exclusively through Thursday, July 18. On Friday, July 19, the sale opens to those without Nordstrom cards and will be available to shop through August 4 (then, the prices go back up). Scroll down to shop all our favorites before they sell out.
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