I can’t stop thinking about these 19 winter fashion finds from Nordstrom — so I bought them all
I know I’m in the minority here, but winter is actually my favorite season. In fact, my ride-or-die look is a pair of heeled boots with a giant faux fur coat, blanket-like scarf, red lipstick and a pair of black sunglasses for those super sunny winter days. The best!!
Anyway, I’ve already done my fair share of winter shopping — especially at Nordstrom. Currently, I have eight items en route to my apartment building. I am so ready to see my breath when I step outside; you have no idea.
If you’re also itching to get started on your cozy winter fashion hauls, scroll below and shop the best styles that I just put in my Nordstrom cart. I’m so down to match.
And, yes, there are obviously many wool sweaters and fluffy winter accessories on here. What about it?
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