Nordstrom’s Half-Yearly Sale Is Back! Winter Deals You Can’t Afford To Miss

True, we’re all a bit OD’d on sales and deals right now. But listen: You’ve spent the last month or buying everything for everyone else—so now it’s time to treat yourself. The Nordstrom Half-Yearly Sale is one we almost never miss, because we get clothes and gear we really want at prices we can still afford.

Unlike clearance sales and end-of-season blowouts, the Half-Yearly Sale takes place smack in the middle of summer and winter, so we can still get our hands on the coolest trends currently happening—as well as core gear we know will live in our closet for years to some: coats, gym gear, work clothes, swim trunks, boots, luggage, etc.

And as far as department stores go, Nordstrom is always a solid choice, because the store just gets right what other department stores can’t: The quality is (almost) always excellent, the selection is (almost) always vast, and shipping and returns are always—always—free.

But we get it. You don’t have the time or inclination to browse literally thousands of sale items (nearly 9,000 as of press time) marked down 50 percent off or more and besides—you’re absolutely over shopping for a while. Like I said, we get it.

So check this out.

 

 

 

 

BOSS Carson Water Repellent Car Coat 40% OFF

Clean and uncomplicated will likely define 2019 street fashion. Water-repellent polyester mixes with classic, simple styling and a short stand collar for a coat that’s great over a suit or a sweater. Front zip and covered button closure and long sleeves with button-tab cuffs keep the elements out.

[$ 327, regularly $ 545; nordstrom.com]   

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DL1961 Russell Slim Fit Sateen Twill Pants 40% OFF

Since 2008, DL1961 has been redefining denim with a focus on socially and stylishly conscious production. The NYC-based brand uses half the dye, water, and energy than in traditional denim processing. These come in this khaki color (aka “Desperado”), as well as grey and black.

[$ 113, regularly $ 188; nordstrom.com]   

Nordstrom

adidas UltraBoost Running Shoe 40% OFF

It’s not often we see UltraBoost shoes marked down this drastically. A premium running shoe with a midsole boost for superior energy return, it’s designed for a smooth heel strike-to-midfoot transition and a grippy-yet-flexible outsole. 

[$ 108, regularly $ 180; nordstrom.com]   

Nordstrom

Nordstrom Cashmere Quarter Zip Pullover 30% OFF

A casual staple of any man’s wardrobe, this pullover sweater’s made of plush cashmere. It’s available in nine distinct colors, so you might as well pick up a couple. Personally, we’d go for the black or grey for their versatility.

[$ 110, regularly $ 160; nordstrom.com]   

Nordstrom

Acne Studios Land Classic Straight Leg Jeans 70% OFF

A classic dark wash and a comfortable yet modern straight leg cut make these jeans perfect for everything from hanging around the house to Casual Friday. We love the brand, and the super-skinny leg thing has run its course. Straight legs will never go out of style.

[$ 93, regularly $ 310; nordstrom.com]   

Nordstrom

Alexandre Mattiusi Basket Sneaker 70% OFF

The simple leather sneaker is ready to move on from the all-white look (although white ones were still available at press time). We dig the all-black, multi-eye look here that seems ready to pair with averythign from slacks to white jeans to shorts.

[$ 132, regularly $ 440; nordstrom.com]   

Nordstrom

David Donahue Trim Fit Dress Shirt 33% OFF

We could have five of these in our closet. Sharp but subtle tonal checks set off a wide spread collar and slim fit, while the back yoke and curved hem should keep it tucked in. 100 percent cotton, it’s machine washable, so care is a breeze.

[$ 90, from $ 135; nordstrom.com]   

Nordstrom

Michael Kors Wool Blend Double Breasted Peacoat 70% Off

A broad collar and crisp tailoring define a classic peacoat, and this one is modernized with a comfortable, 30-inch length (size Medium). Like most peacoats, it’s cut roomy through the chest and body. It’s available in black, of course—but we rather like the grey, which straddles the line between classy and casual.

[$ 100, regularly $ 350; nordstrom.com]   

Nordstrom

J&M 1850 Karnes Brogue Cap Toe Boot 40% OFF

The J&M 1850 collection celebrates classic Johnston & Murphy designs made new with modern construction and artisanal leather. A sturdy lug sole grounds a full-grain leather boot finished with an all-around welt and a touch of broguing. Cushioned footbed, leather upper and lining, rubber sole. 

[$ 137, regularly $ 229; nordstrom.com]    

Nordstrom

Topman Puffer Jacket 40% OFF

The perfect lightweight three-season outerwear option. Thanks to its packable construction and detachable hood, this slick, glossy-finished nylon puffer travels easily and keeps you ready for any change in the weather.

[$ 72, regularly $ 120; nordstrom.com]   

Nordstrom

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Episode 324 Scott Adams: Trade Deals with China, and Nothing Else Interesting

Topics: 

  • US reports that China will close Fentanyl legal loophole!
    • China reports that they will look into it
    • Prediction: China will drag their feet and dangle Fentanyl
  • Trade agreement arc is following the expected psychology
  • We send soy to China…they send us Fentanyl
  • Would you be satisfied if POTUS gets 5B to start the wall?
  • Jerome Corsi suing Mueller for attempting to force him to lie?
  • Laura Loomer, what happened?
  • Shouldn’t the big military powers, form an alliance?
    • US, China, Russia will never attack each other
    • The danger is from the small countries and groups

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    • Would Mueller wait till after midterms if he had anything juicy?
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  • Jamal Khashoggi, does anyone care beyond the journalist level?
  • Possible fallout from #FentanylChina assassinations
  • Wearing, tweeting, displaying the American flag just prior to midterm elections

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The Best Fashion Deals for Your Back to School Wardrobe

With just a short time until classes start up for the fall, there’s no time like the present to get your back to school wardrobe into gear. Labor Day sales are in full effect and with instant savings on fall essentials including jackets, sweatshirts, socks and more, you can definitely get more bang for your buck. Stock up on essentials that can last you all year long and save a few dollars while you’re at it.

Scroll down to view some of our favorite picks currently on sale.


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Calzedonia

Need new socks? Calzedonia’s are made with a reinforced heel and toe for all day comfort.  With a buy two get one free deal currently available, it’s the perfect time to give your sock collection a much-needed upgrade.

Deal: Buy two socks, get one free

[$ 6, calzedonia.com]

Calzedonia

East Dane

Not every day is going to call for dressing to the nines, so it’s imperative to have a great pair of sweats for the days you just want to keep it casual. Don’t worry, East Dane’s Clearance sale has both sweats and suit jackets.

Deal: Clearance

[$ 44.32, was $ 98.50; eastdane.com]

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Macy’s

The retailer has school styles on deck for under $ 30! This Alfani striped tee is one of our favorites.

Deal: $ 30 and under back to school styles

[$ 15.93, was $ 40; macys.com]

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Topman

Topman’s clearance section has a comprehensive selection of great back to school  picks, plus plenty of gym-ready finds.

Deal: Clearance sale

[Originally $ 20, now $ 10; topman.com]

Topman

Backcountry

The Backcountry semi-annual sale has tons of practical picks for any wardrobe, including this North Face flannel.

Deal: Semi-Annual Sale

[Originally $ 69.26, was $ 98.95; backcountry.com]

Backcountry

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Welcome To Reality: Rihanna Says She Experiences Racism During Business Deals

In news that’s right up there with the sky being blue and water being wet, Rihanna believes that even she has been a victim of racial prejudice. Go figure. 

Reports Page Six:

In a profile in the upcoming issue of T: The New York Times Style Magazine, the pop star, 27, opens up about what it was like being made aware of her race after moving to the US from her home country of Barbados when she was still a teen.

“You know, when I started to experience the difference — or even have my race be highlighted — it was mostly when I would do business deals,” she tells interviewer Miranda July.

No one cared about the “Bitch Better Have My Money” singer’s race when it came to performing. And while some may attribute the change in attitude that she noticed to her age at the time, Rihanna made clear that it’s something that continues to this day.

“And, you know, that never ends, by the way. It’s still a thing,” she said. “And it’s the thing that makes me want to prove people wrong. It almost excites me; I know what they’re expecting and I can’t wait to show them that I’m here to exceed those expectations.”

For the record, they probably did notice Rihanna race when it comes to performances—there is nothing wrong with acknowledging it—because the powers that be were strictly thinking about the money to be made. To think racism only happens when business is at hand is just plain naive.

Let us know what you think in the comments.

Photo: New York Times Style Magazine

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A sign is seen outside the Apple Store in Covent Garden in London(Reuters) – Apple Inc has approached more than a dozen musicians, including British band Florence and the Machine, in an effort to sign exclusive deals for some of their music to be streamed on Beats, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The company is in talks with Florence and the Machine to give Apple limited streaming rights to a track from their album set to be released in June, Bloomberg said. Apple has also approached Taylor Swift and others about partnerships, the report said. Apple declined to comment.



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How to Score the Best, Last Deals of the Season: The Ultimate Guide to the Final Sales at Barneys, Saks, and Bergdorf

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For all the joys of online shopping, sometimes you get tired of tromping to the UPS store, returning all those boxes full of dreams you clicked on with such hope and pathetic anticipation just a day or two before. There are times when you long to shop the old-fashioned way—to touch and try on a glittering prize right before you buy it, to wallow in the pure pleasure of a brick-and-mortar Valhalla.

To that end, and to celebrate the final markdowns of the season, I set out to explore the slashed priced possibilities at three iconic Manhattan department stores—Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, and Barneys New York. At Saks, my first stop, sale items are a healthy 70 percent off, which means a cherry-infused Nina Ricci slip dress is now a delightful $ 387, and a deliberately huge Givenchy polo with a flowered border and an American rainbow flag patch (bet you don’t already have something like this) is an encouraging $ 267. If I am not citing original prices here, it is because they are not always visible on the tags. In fact, the final price can frequently only be discerned by a helpful salesperson scanning the tag, which is how I learn that a silk Burberry blouse printed with a map of London is now $ 238, a pair of heavily decorated Junya jeans are $ 327, and an incredibly lovely white McQueen cotton dress—perfect for summer!—is $ 598. But there is a thorn in this garden—Saks has a Final Sale policy, which for a serial shopping bulimic myself (I have been known to buy, return, and then rebuy on more than one occasion) is a rather daunting prospect.

Over at Bergdorf Goodman, the liberal return policy we have come to associate with department stores is still in place. There is 75 percent off here, which means a Prada coat in a gray Russian Constructivist print with silver piping—a real statement piece—is now $ 1,779, still fairly hefty, but comparing well to the original price of $ 7,130. A tweedy black and white Proenza Schouler overcoat, to throw over everything you own, is $ 739, down from $ 2,950, and a Céline peacoat with big satiny buttons lifted from a tuxedo is $ 1,289 instead of $ 3,250. If you want to spend far less, there’s a white shift from The Row for $ 299, and at least two variations of silky tropical print trousers—turquoise and maroon from Dries Van Noten for $ 459, and emblazoned with chrysanthemums by Erdem, for $ 299.

At my last stop, Barneys, the tag prices—well, when one can find the tags—are 60 percent off, but a last-minute perusal of its website this morning indicates that many items have just now dropped an additional 15 percent. (However, a deep throat in the store tells me that some things are resting at 70 off.) So by the time you read this, tariffs will surely be at least slightly less than the prices quoted here. In any case, when I visit, an olive cotton knit affair by Isabel Marant, either a long tee or a short dress, is $ 99. (If, despite your best efforts, a T-shirt still makes you look like someone who forgot to get dressed in the morning, you have 30 days to return sale items.) Two Sacai dresses catch the eye—one, an elaborate gray sweater with oddly charming printed chiffon panels, experimental enough for very creative black tie, is now $ 909; another, a short tee-dress in navy with satin trim, is only $ 129. And in the event that merely keeping warm has become your top priority this week, a wooly pinkish sweater from Thakoon Addition, for a very comfortable $ 289, would be ideal for snuggling around the fireplace—or at least the space heater.

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