The Nordstrom Spring Sale Is Blooming with Deals on Natori, Adidas and More Brands You Love

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Spring has officially sprung, and to say we're excited to start shopping for trouser shortslinen dresses and more trendy styles would be an understatement. Needless to say, the Nordstrom Spring Sale couldn't have come at a better time. Featuring up to 50 percent off more top brands than we can count—from Natori to Adidas—let's just say it'll be hard to resist a 13-day shopping spree. Because we did we mention that the sale runs from March 20 through April 2?

Unsurprisingly, this isn't the first time we've shopped at the Nordstrom Spring Sale. In the past, we've used this time to grab as many spring capsule pieces as we can, and while this year is no exception, PureWow editors also want to secure on-trend styles like this Agolde Hilla skirt with a back slit ($238; $143) that short gals may just get behind (my petite self included). Of course, we'll also be grabbing some essentials, from these Adidas NMD R1 sneakers (from $130; $90) to this beloved Natori Cherry Blossom bra (from $76; $34). Ready to do the same? Whip out your card and prepare to score the hottest items from the Nordstrom Spring Sale while it's in full bloom, starting with the 12 finds ahead.

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1. Rag & Bone Nancy Cardigan


Is it us or does this Rag & Bone cardigan totally remind you of the viral J.Crew style that Markle Markle loves? Considering this pick is marked down by nearly $240, though, it's currently winning in our books. The luxe knit is made of a cozy blend of merino wool, recycled nylon, organic cotton and spandex (for a little stretch), with an all-over ribbed design. Its cropped length, fancy etched buttons and seriously eye-catching pipe stitching just take its chicness to the next level. We think Duchess Meg would approve, so need we say more?

$395; $158 at Nordstrom

2. Adidas NMD R1 Sneakers


First of all, these sneakers have more than 13,000 reviews (over 70 percent of which give 'em 5 stars). While that's a huge sign that they're everything they claim to be—casual, comfortable, lightweight and springy—you should know that they have cushioning designed to absorb impact and distribute weight with every step, so they may just make you go the extra mile. They also feature a boost foam sole that should provide optimal stability for running (and running errands). How else can you explain the thousands of glowing reviews? Better snag 'em fast before your size runs out (no pun intended).

from $130; $91 at Nordstrom

3. Agolde Hilla Skirt


Everyone wants to get their hands on a denim maxi skirt this season (including us). So, when we say you need to *act fast* to scoop up this Agolde style, we really mean it. While it's certainly trendy now, the skirt will likely earn a permanent spot in your wardrobe; after all, that frayed raw-edge hem and faded light wash make it feel totally timeless. But we'll let one buyer do the talking: "I absolutely love this skirt! It’s so on trend! It’s made of rigid denim [organic cotton, specifically] that doesn’t have a lot of stretch. It’s very true to size, but I sized up because of my curvier hips and bum," they write. So, it's trendy, timeless, looks good on curves (when you size up) *and* under $150? Sounds like we just hit the jackpot!

$238; $143 at Nordstrom

4. Natori Cherry Blossom Bra


Above all, a bra should be supportive and comfy, and this convertible underwire Natori option checks those boxes and then some because, as you can see, it's very pretty, too. It ended one shopper's bra hunt: "I was searching for a minimally padded bra with underwire. This was it! The lace takes the bra from just functional to beautiful, but I do not fall out of the padded section like I do in other bras even from this brand. AND, It feels very comfortable." She bought one in every color, and so should you (at least while they're on sale for as low as $34).

from $76; $34 at Nordstrom

5. Mille Victoria Dress


This elegant dress is giving us serious 'New England Eclectic' vibes, particularly due to the pretty floral print and vintage-inspired silhouette. Beyond that, though, it has a ton of posh *and* functional details, from fluttery ruffle sleeves to a nice tie around the waist, which can take the dress from relaxed to cinched in a snap. That said, buyers are mainly obsessed with the lightweight cotton material as well as the breezy tiered skirt, which one says "makes a perfectly stylish combination" that you can wear to work or formal events. (And did we mention it has pockets?)

from $309; $200 at Nordstrom

6. Open Edit Unstructured Blazer


We heard you're in the market for a cool lightweight blazer. Well, look no further than this wardrobe staple from Open Edit. It's meant to be loose-fitted, so you don't feel restricted at any point during the day, and is made of mostly rayon (which is known for offering moderate breathability). The relaxed blazer also has back vents, front flap pockets and notched lapels—i.e. all the signature features of a classic blazer. It is definitely work-ready, but we imagine you'll end up wearing it outside the office, too. One reviewer explains, "The description is spot on, this is an unstructured blazer. It's supposed to be easy, chic and drapey. I love rolling the sleeves and layering this over a biker shorts outfit and crop top."

$75; $31 at Nordstrom

7. Madewell Kick Out Raw Hem Crop Jeans


These Madewell jeans are up there on our list of things to buy during the Nordstrom Spring Sale, and it's not just because of their famous Magic Pockets that supply "holds-you-in sorcery" at the tummy, per the brand. We're also intrigued by the premium Candiani stretch denim material (made of regenerative cotton and elastane), which is meant to fit like a glove and bounce back into shape, so the jeans never feel or look baggy the longer you wear them. Here's why one reviewer is obsessed: "These jeans are perfection. Perfect, true-to-size fit that hits right at the ankle. I tried Mother, Paige and Madewell, and these were hands-down my favorite. Quality, color and fit were unmatched. 10/10 recommend." Oh, what's that? You already added to your cart? Same.

$138; $83 at Nordstrom

8. Zella Reset Reflective Leggings


Whether you plan on hitting the running trail more this spring and summer or just want to look like you did, don't miss the deal on these Zella leggings that are as soft and flexible as can be, according to happy buyers. Their recycled polyester and spandex blend reportedly has "just the right amount of stretch," per one reviewer, plus they feature reflective details to keep you visible if you do end up going for a jog. And if that doesn't get you excited about the pull-on leggings, perhaps the drop-in pockets will. Yes, you read that right, this machine-washable style also has side pockets that can hold small items (say, your keys and card), so you can look super sporty when you go hands-free (even if you're just heading to the grocery store).

$69; $55 at Nordstrom

9. Skims T-Shirt Bodysuit


On the hunt for a flattering bodysuit that has the look of a tucked-in T-shirt? Consider it found. This Skims style has a classic crew neck and is made of a special blend of cotton and elastane that hugs you in all the right places. In other words, it'll be your secret weapon to looking snatched while wearing jeans, skirts and shorts this spring and summer. Just so you know, the short-sleeve bodysuit also has a snap closure and a thong bottom that makes it nearly invisible under clothing, so prepare to wear it on repeat as soon as it arrives on your doorstep.

$62; $48 at Nordstrom

10. Nordstrom Moonlight Eco Crop Pajamas


Once we tell you all about these Nordstrom Moonlight Eco crop pajamas, you'll be ready to ditch your old PJs, so be warned! After taking a scroll through the review section, one thing is clear—these pajamas are freakin' soft! The top and bottom are made of Tencel Modal and spandex, after all. But don't just buy this set for the silky smooth lightweight fabric; buy it for the menswear design that will make you feel dressed up when you're off to bed, as it has for tons of buyers. "I never understood 'fancy' PJs until I decided to try these," one shopper confirms. "I'll never go back and have even converted my husband. I have a few sets on rotation." Well, in that case, we'll take a set in every color on sale RN.

from $75; $41 at Nordstrom

11. Open Edit Lennox Ballet Flats


Obsessed with ballet flats as much as we are? You should really consider adding this sleek pair to your collection. We certainly are, and it's all because of their simple cut and on-trend square toe, which is guaranteed to complement just about any fit. And if you can believe it, they aren't made of leather (they have a synthetic upper!), but you won't even be able to tell, which is all the more reason to snag 'em for under $25 while you still can.

from $60; $24 at Nordstrom

12. Maxi-Cosi Pria Max All-in-One Convertible Car Seat


Wondering why this car seat made it to this list of hot buys? Here's the deal (literally): The parent must-have is up for grabs at its lowest price, like, ever. No, seriously, we looked into it, and it checks out. Still not convinced you want to cough up $256 on the car seat? Well, think again: This functional masterpiece supports your little one from birth to toddlerhood and will adjust for kids up to 100 pounds, meaning it's one helluva good investment you'll use for years to come. It also can be completely reclined, so your mini-me can sleep peacefully and soundly during long rides. We can keep going, but this deal won't last forever...

from $320; $256 at Nordstrom

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