This popular tie-dye set at Nordstrom is now 64% off, and shoppers are buying it up

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Do you all remember last year when everyone was buying up tie-dye everything? The great thing is that tie-dye never goes out of style, so you can rack up on cute sets all year round. Seriously, it’s worth it when you want an outfit that you can roll out of bed in, run errands in, attend meetings in and so much more.

Right now, there’s a popular tie-dye set on sale for 64% off at Nordstrom. Something that is normally $170 is now less than $60!

Kelly Washed Tie Dye Set, $59.97 (Orig. $168)

Credit: Nordstrom

Tie-dye is one of those things that never go out of style. This cozy set includes a slouchy sweatshirt and raw-hem shorts. Of course, it has an elastic drawstring and also side pockets. It goes up to a size XL and has four different colors.

Nordstrom shoppers love this set, especially while it’s marked down. One reviewer wrote, “This is my go-to at home/ travel set. I have two sets of this to live in them at home and for travel. I sleep in the shorts with a tank top, put the matching top on when chilly. The long-sleeve sweatshirt top is great for cooler days/nights on the beach! Mine are incredibly soft and cozy!”

Shop this popular and comfortable tie-dye set before it’s gone! And for over $100 off? It’s worth getting it in every color.

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