Over 400 Nordstrom shoppers want this Madewell sweater that’s 60% off

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

There are a few wardrobe staples that everyone needs in their closet. During the chilly winter days, nothing beats a well-made, comfortable sweater.

Right now, hundreds of Nordstrom shoppers love this high-quality Madewell sweater that is 60 percent off.

Shop: Madewell Donegal Jason Ex-Boyfriend Pullover, $31.20 (Orig. $78)

Nordstrom sweater
Credit: Nordstrom

The sweater, with its oversized fit, features a V-neck neckline along with a ribbed collar, cuffs and hem detailing. This cozy sweater, made of merino wool and alpaca, is sure to keep you warm and toasty, whether you’re out running errands or lounging on the couch.

Currently, close to 400 people have their eye on this Madewell sweater, meaning the highly coveted sweater may not stick around for very long.

“I love that this sweater had wool for warmth and is not itchy at all,” commented one five-star reviewer. “I’ve always worn long sleeves under wool sweaters; however, this one is my new favorite. [It’s] smart-looking and [gives] the perfect warmth for cold winter days!”

Another reviewer pointed out that the sweater was the perfect length. They wrote, “I was anxiously waiting for this to arrive, and as soon as it did, I put it on and fell in love. It’s the perfect length [and] not too low cut and so soft!”

If you liked this post, check out Hundreds of beauty products are up to 70 percent off at Nordstrom Rack.

More from In The Know:

This best-selling facial cleanser is perfect for dry skin — and it’s less than $15 on Amazon

Hundreds of Nordstrom shoppers are eyeing the pieces I bought this week

The under-$10 product a popular TikTok doctor recommends for treating ‘chicken skin’

Gillette has some of the best body care products on the market, and we love it

Listen to the latest episode of our pop culture podcast, We Should Talk: