Save big on Skims at Nordstrom’s Half-Yearly Sale: Bodysuits, bras, more

Nordstrom isn’t skimping on pre-Memorial Day savings.

The mega-retailer is dropping prices on hundreds of products during its Half-Yearly Sale — including several styles from Kim Kardashian’s Skims that rarely go on sale.

Several of the brand’s famously snatched bodysuits — which often go just as viral as their celebrity creator — are 30% off, including both the Seamless Sculpt Thong Bodysuit ($70 $49) and the Long Sleeve Low Back Brief Bodysuit ($78 $55).


A model in a long sleeve bodysuit

Several bras are also deeply discounted, from comfy bralettes — like the Fits Everybody Lace Triangle Bralette ($38 $25) and the Seamless Sculpt Bralette ($40 $28) — to sportier styles like the Fits Everybody Racerback Bralette ($38 $25).

When Page Six Style tested out other bras from the brand, our staffers were impressed with the support and comfort. (“It’s hard to get a bra that has comfortable underwire — but no notes, Kim,” features writer Asia Grace raved.)

A bralette with lace trim

A model in a racerback bra

Should you prefer Kardashian-approved apparel, the brand’s Cozy Knit Unisex Hoodie ($48 $44) and Body Long Slip Dress ($118 $72) are also included.

And while the brand’s expanded into many categories over the years, its signature sculpting shapewear styles — like the Mid Thigh Shaping Shorts ($38 $26) — remain among its bestsellers.

A model in a slip dress

The sale comes shortly after Nordstrom and Skims teamed up on a limited-time pop-up shop at the retailer’s NYC flagship, which currently refreshed its selection with lemonade-hued spring styles.

It’s been a big month for the buzzy brand, which also dropped a Fits Everybody collection campaign starring top WNBA athletes like Kelsey Plum, Cameron Brink and Candace Parker — in addition to giving its popular Swim Shop a summer update.

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This article was written by Hannah Southwick, Commerce Writer/Reporter for Page Six Style. Hannah spies deals on actually affordable celebrity-worn styles, puts Hollywood’s favorite labels to the test and finds the beauty products that keep stars red carpet-ready. She consults stylists and industry pros — including celebs themselves — for firsthand product recommendations, trend predictions and more. In addition to writing for Page Six since 2020, her work has been featured in USA Today and Parade.