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Black Friday — November 29 this year — is creeping up, and as we’ve pointed out, lots of retailers are already hyping their deals and sales given how late in the month the actual day falls. Presumably to help you spend less time in front of a screen and more time eating leftovers, Nordstrom has started to release previews of some of its upcoming Black Friday deals — which are going live on Wednesday, November 27. We’re featuring some of our favorite finds here, and will constantly refresh and update this list as more deals come in.
Among the deals released thus far, we’ve found a handful of steep discounts on cold-weather clothing like sweaters, coats, and boots; a Marc Jacobs leather tote that will have its price slashed by more than 60 percent; and some solid, 30 percent off sales on stuff from certain brands we write about a lot (specifically: Nike, Free People, and rarely-on-sale Hunter). And that’s still with some two weeks left to go until the Black Friday sale begins — which means there will surely be even bigger deals to debut as it nears. To stay on top of all the best Nordstrom Black Friday deals, bookmark this page (you can also follow us on Twitter for more timely coverage when the sales really heat up). A reminder that the below sales don’t go live until November 27. If you can’t wait to shop at Nordstrom, check out our roundup of the best things to buy at its ongoing fall sale and our guide to Strategist-approved gifts for everyone on your list that you can buy there.
Topshop Carly Coat
A slouchy “chilly day” coat from Topshop with a vintage look and big pockets for keeping your hands warm.
Expected Sale Price: $75 (40% off)
Halogen V-Neck Cashmere Sweater
One of the most dependable finds in department stores’ Black Friday sales are big discounts on house-brand cashmere, which is usually just as good as anything you’d pay top dollar for. This V-neck cashmere sweater, available in a bunch of colors, would make a great gift for any lady on your list.
Expected Sale Price: $66 (33% off)
Free People Knit Tunic
We love a good turtleneck, especially one that’s more than 30 percent off.
Expected Sale Price: $100 (32% off)
Hunter Women’s Original Tour Gloss Packable Rain Boot
Hunter boots are always classic, but the thing about classics is they’re almost never on sale. Here’s a rare chance to get them at a discount.
Expected Sale Price: $100 (33% off)
UGG Marciela II Boot
A great discount on some cozy sheepskin UGGs.
Expected Sale Price: $120 (31% off)
Marc Jacobs The Tag 27 Leather Tote
This is definitely the craziest Black Friday deal we’ve seen on Nordstrom so far, and it’s bound to sell out FAST.
Expected Sale Price: $150 (62% off)
Rebecca Minkoff Mini MAC Bag
Another awesome bag deal, this smaller Rebecca Minkoff number is half off.
Expected Sale Price: $99 (50% off)
Marc New York Holden Men’s Coat
If the past week is any indication, a heavy-duty down coat will definitely come in handy this winter. If you don’t want to wait for Black Friday, this one’s already available at a big discount — but if you can wait it out for another couple weeks, it’ll go down even more.
Expected Sale Price: $130 (53% off)
AG Everett Slim Straight Jeans
A steal for AG, these dark-wash jeans with a slim-straight leg are the kind you will wear several days a week.
Expected Sale Price: $133 (33% off)
Nordstrom Men’s Shop Tech-Smart Trim-Fit Pinpoint Dress Shirt
Every guy could use a solid blue or white dress shirt, and this one looks sharp with its trim fit. We’re also pretty sure you’ll appreciate that they snuck in some stretchy, moisture-wicking fabric, especially during winter commutes in unpredictable weather.
Expected Sale Price: $40 (43% off)
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