The Best Picks From Nordstrom’s Annual Anniversary Sale to Shop Now

If—somehow—you managed to make it all this time on God’s not-so-green earth without knowing about the annual Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, well, you’re going to learn today. For the uninitiated, the Anniversary Sale is the Seattle-based retailer’s much-anticipated yearly summer blowout, featuring steep discounts across a broad array of new arrivals. For deal-savvy clotheshorses, it’s like Christmas come early. Or, put another way, it’s the Super Bowl of shopping (with equally high stakes for everyone involved).

In prior years, the sale started in mid-July, but what with the world just up and going to shit recently, Nordstrom decided to postpone the eagerly anticipated event until August 19, with early access for Nordy Club members starting on August 13. (It’ll run through August 30.) So mark your calendars, because this is one you don’t want to miss. For reference, people typically start counting down the days ahead of the official start of the sale weeks in advance.

Well, folks, for some of you today’s finally the day. If you’re a card-carrying member of the Nordy Club the retailer’s letting you shop the sale right now, giving you early access to all the stuff you saved down to your wishlist weeks ago. (If you’re out here slumming it sans Nordstrom card, you can still preview the entire product selection online and then shop to your heart’s content once the sale opens up to the general public in less than a week.)

And don’t you worry: If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the sheer variety of choice we’ve winnowed it down to a few of our favorite items. Happy shopping, people. See the rest of you bright and early on August 19.

Avidan Grossman is the Style eCommerce Editor at Esquire, covering men’s fashion, shoes, grooming, and accessories.

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