Nordstrom Fall Must-Haves

One // Two // Three // Four // Five // Six // Seven (less than $40!!) // Eight // Nine // Ten // Eleven

Fall is BY FAR my favorite season. Although I hate being cold, I love being cozy. And nothing is better than big sweaters, boots, scarves, and all of the other lovely things that come along with the colder months.

In honor of it being the good part of fall where it’s cooler but not freezing, I wanted to share a few things on my fall wishlist from Nordstrom. Some of these things I already have and love, and a few others I hear raving reviews about and want to get for myself to experience the wonderment.

We’ll go down the list. First off, this AMAZING Barefoot Dreams cardigan. I will be the first to admit, this piece is an investment. But if you FEEL the material in person, you’ll be sold just like I was. It is by far the softest thing I own, and it matches everything. I love it and wear it a ton — both out and about and around the house. And it has pockets! Win-win.

Everyone needs a great pom-pom hat for fall, right? I also found a similar but less expensive one here. I love cable knit hats and faux fur poms so this is perfect.

What else screams fall besides BOOTS?! These Sam Edelman knee high boots are everywhere this fall, and they’re fantastic quality. Also a bit of an investment, but I think shoes are one of the best things you can invest in as they get the most wear. I also LOVE these OTK boots, because OTK boots take any outfit up a notch.

I have a soft spot for number 5 because I just love hats. I got this hat a few weeks ago and immediately fell in love with it. I got the Tea Rose Light color and it’s the perfect neutral to go with everything. It comes in 3 other colors and I’m seriously debating getting it in black as well.

Loafers were big last year and they’re back again this year thankfully! I’m a big fan of how they look. I got these Steve Madden leopard loafers in one of my Trunk Club boxes last year and immediately fell in love with them. They fit perfectly (TTS) and they’re great quality. They add SUCH a cute pop of style to any outfit I pair them with. They’ve been a very solid investment.

Next up is this beautiful peacoat. It’s perfectly simple, but man do they make any outfit look amazing. I’m a HUGE fan of peacoat and think this one is a perfect neutral piece to go with any of your cold weather looks. It’s also a STEAL right now on sale for less than $40!!!

These Spanx faux leather leggings are EVERYTHING. They fit like a glove, they suck everything in, and they look SO chic. A bit on the pricey side, but again, a GREAT investment. Faux leather under a long sweater and tall boots looks effortlessly stylish and is extremely comfortable. Y’all know there isn’t anything I love more than looking great AND being comfortable. These leggings are a key to that.

One of my favorite fall styles is cute camis under big cardigans. I love the look of satin camis because they look a bit more fancy and add some class. This one is on my wishlist and I think it will look great with my collection of oversized cardis :).

Ahh, the sherpa pullover. My gosh, can you picture being snuggled up in this thing by a bonfire drinking warm apple cider and making s’mores? Ugh. It looks so yummy. This is definitely on my list of things to get for fall because I don’t think I’ll ever want to take it off. Sherpa ANYTHING is on my list of things to wrap myself in this fall.

Last but not least — I’m sure you’ve seen this dress time and time again from practically any fashion blogger, but that’s because it seriously is amazing. I got it in black in the long sleeve version because I knew it would be extremely versatile and it definitely is. I can dress it up or down, the side ruching is very flattering, and it’s a great length (aka not too short). This one is a HUGE win and you need it in your closet. It also comes in 7 colors!

What is on your wishlist this fall??

XO,

Dani

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  1. I have those leopard loafers and love them. Great picks!

    Posted 10.22.18 Reply
  2. beautyover45.blogspot.com wrote:

    Dani, I love this dress, it’s so easy to wear. Dress down for work or accessorise for evening

    Posted 10.22.18 Reply

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