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Nordstrom Is Now Selling Secondhand Designer Fashion for Prices You Can Actually Afford


Shopping secondhand is one of the best ways to lower the impact of your wardrobe — and selling secondhand is a great way for stores to lower the impact of their merchandise. 

Nordstrom just launched See You Tomorrow, a resale website featuring returned and damaged Nordstrom merchandise from a variety of designers. The program will help save clothing from landfills, reduce the demand for Nordstrom's full-priced items, and give customers an opportunity to shop designer brands secondhand.

"Introducing a selection of previously owned clothing, shoes and accessories that's highly coveted, expertly curated and continually changing," reads the description on See You Tomorrow's website. "No longer is the life of clothing a straight line from new to old: now it's a continuous circle."