The cutest plus-size clothes you can find in Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale

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With the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale finally available to everyone, it also means the cute plus-size clothes on sale are up for grabs. Also, trust and believe that there are still a plethora of stylish items for the taking.

The plus-size fashion at Nordstrom has definitely upped its game in the last few years. Recently, the brand has invited size-inclusive retailers like Love Vera and Zelie for She into its online shop and in-store. However, BP., Nordstrom’s in-house brand, has a bunch of plus-size-friendly options that you don’t want to miss out on for this sale. Take this Printblock Plaid Button-Up Shirt for example. It’s warm, cozy and screams ’90s nostalgia. Plus, if you need a real jacket, you can snag this Avec Les Filles Oversize Anorak Jacket that is almost too cool for a downpour. However, the plus-size fashion in Nordstrom‘s Anniversary Sale doesn’t stop there.

In addition to the laid-back looks, you can find everyday essentials too. More than 200 people have rated and reviewed these plus-size leggings from Zelle. Not to mention, you can swipe up this super chic Vince Camuto Notched Lapel Blazer for under $100 right before fall settles in.

Take a look at some of the super chic (and discounted) plus-size fashion in the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale.

Open Edit Pinstripe Slim Fit Pants, $29.90 (Orig. $49)

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Make them work pants or club pants. Regardless, these Open Edit Pinstripe Slim Fit Pants are a must-have. With a tapered ankle, these pants are too sleek to pass up.

Treasure & Bond Faux Fur Jacket, $98.90 (Orig. $149)

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Winter will make its inevitable return, so you might as well get a head start on outerwear and save. Although you probably won’t mind with this cute Treasure & Bond Faux Fur Jacket. Talk about warm and cuddly.

Open Edit Sweater Pants, $29.90 (Orig. $49)

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Laid-back looks that are darn near close to pajamas are slowly creeping into mainstream fashion. Shop the top to these Open Edit Sweater Pants and match it with a pair of heels or white sneakers. Either way, it’s fashion for day or nighttime.

BP. Printblock Plaid Button-Up Shirt, $31.90 (Orig. $49)

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Comfortable and cute is still very much the vibe in people’s closets right now. Thankfully, this BP. Printblock Plaid Button-Up Shirt is exactly what the mood is for staying home or going out with friends.

Avec Les Filles Oversize Anorak Jacket, $139.90 (Orig. $249)

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Made for the rain, you can bust this baby out when you’re ready to be drenched in style. This Avec Les Filles Oversize Anorak Jacket features two big front pockets, a removable hood and toggles to cinch the coat for a more snug fit.

Zella Live In High Waist Leggings, $38.90 (Orig. $59)

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Hugging your figure with moisture-wicking fabric, it’s no wonder why these Zella Live In High Waist Leggings are rated by hundreds of people. Wear these leggings like a thin second skin for workouts or simply just for comfort.

Vince Camuto Notched Lapel Blazer, $99.90 (Orig. $159)

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If you’re heading back to the office, let it be in this chic Vince Camuto Notched Lapel Blazer. Dress it down with jeans or your favorite slacks. It’s a piece you can get several wears out of.

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