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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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It’s an early summer’s day in July and Nicolas Ghesquière is seated in a garden room at the Ritz Paris – huge cream sofas, squishy cushions, a gentle breeze wafting through the orangerie. The season is poised at that last heady moment before the fashion cycle ends and the industry takes its customary break. The mood is end-of-school anticipatory – and Ghesquière is feeling good.
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