Nordstrom Anniversary Sale Public Access is live tonight at 12 am PST! Are you staying up for it? If you’ve been waiting for the sale to open to the public, and plotting your plan of attack, now’s your time! I have seen a PDF of the Public Access restocks and it’s a 15 page PDF. Besides those 15 pages of certain restocks, there will also be constant pop-backs of items being returned, so do not fret if an item you’ve been after hasn’t restocked with the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale Public Access. Make sure to check out all my try-ons if you need guidance on certain items – here – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Keep the items you’ve been waiting for pop-backs bookmarked and keep checking for them! I was able to get the Mother Jeans I tried on yesterday in my size this afternoon with a restock, and I had already checked for restocks earlier in the day. I have a lone fit review from this sale that I forgot to add to the sweater reviews so I’m adding it as a bonus to the bottom of this post.
I took a deep dive into the analytics on The Sweat Edit since the sale went live for early access on July 12, and these are the items that The Sweat Edit community has been most interested in.
I loved the look of this sweater online which is why I used it as my banner on the first day of the sale. It’s sheer, and it’s very pricey so it’s not something I would buy but I was so interested in how a cashmere sweater could be distressed without it being fragile. It’s actually not fragile at all as the tattered edges on the hem are faux distressing and just embellishments added to the sweater. The online image shows cuts into the hem but it’s actually dangling ‘unraveled’ threads that aren’t really unraveled. I think at one point there may have been two slightly different versions of this sweater online. This pink is so bright and fun and really makes a statement. I think this would be great over a white cami. It’s long, but I think I had it pulled down when it’s meant to be scrunched around the middle and slightly twisted. The sleeves are oversized and drapey and this sweater is overall super comfortable and soft. I’d wear this in a heartbeat, but it’s pricey for a statement, non-investment sweater. I just love how feminine and edgy it is.