This popular oversize sweatshirt at Nordstrom is now less than $20

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Even though spring is here, the occasional cool mornings or late nights can still leave many reaching for a thicker shirt or sweatshirt. Besides, most people are lounging around at home and only need to look cute from the waist up.

That’s why hundreds of Nordstrom shoppers are buying up this Topshop sweatshirt that now, thanks to a 37% reduction, is less than $20.

Topshop Flatlock Oversize Sweatshirt, $19.90 (Orig. $32)

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Credit: Nordstrom

Available in charcoal and a soft baby blue, this sweatshirt comes up to a size L and has an oversized, boxy fit. Pair it with jeans and sneakers for a relaxed fit or a skirt or khakis if you’ve got somewhere to go. For less than $20? The sky is the limit.

Now 37 percent off, this sweatshirt is gaining a lot of attention from Nordstrom shoppers. “The perfect choice for unexpectedly cool spring days or nights. I love the generous, oversized fit. Also, the dropped shoulder, soft blue color and fluffy, cozy feel of this sweatshirt. Frequent wearing is assured [and it] washes well, too,” wrote one five-star reviewer.

Another reviewer loved it so much; they bought more than one. They wrote, “I have been looking for these oversized sweaters for a bit. I bought two colors and love them both! Dress them up or down, and they look great. The material feels soft and thick. Very comfortable. So happy I bought them.”

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