One super helpful thing Nordstrom has been doing the past couple of years is launch a preview of the sale a week before it goes live! This has been a great opportunity for me (and other bloggers/influencers) to start creating content ahead of time. That means better, less rushed content – and who doesn’t love that?! This year, I’m excited to share that I created a capsule wardrobe entirely dedicated to the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale! I wanted to get it live right as Early Access launches so everyone can use it as inspiration while shopping the sale. This capsule features 21 effortless staples from the sale, styled into over 180 chic outfits for fall!
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Page two of the PDF is completely shoppable! Click on any product to be taken directly to Nordstrom to buy. If you’d prefer to shop outside of the PDF, I’ve linked everything in the section below as well as the “Shop The Post” section at the bottom of this blog post.
SHOP THE CAPSULE WARDROBE
Every single item in this capsule is from the #NSALE! In keeping with past capsules, I kept the color scheme pretty neutral and selected pieces that would be incredibly versatile. I also tried to choose items that would work for as many climates as possible, but get creative and adjust where necessary! If you’re looking for more variety and shopping inspiration, definitely check out this big post I published last week – it features all of my top picks in every category from this year’s sale! Lots of cozy sweaters, great outerwear, shoes, bags, etc. This capsule wardrobe is perfect for giving you ideas on how to style the items you are considering purchasing in this year’s sale, not so much telling you exactly what to buy… ya dig?
Like my other capsule wardrobes, the price points vary and feature a mix of budget-friendly and more splurge-worthy pieces from the sale. With the exception of the coats and jackets, most of the clothing is under $100! I was a little limited in which items I could feature as the headlining pieces due to what items had flat lay images – for example, I would have preferred to use this jacket instead of this jacket (because of the price!), but it only had an image of the jacket on the model (which I don’t like to use for collages). Just wanted to let you guys know there are some alternative price points for the more expensive items + size inclusive options at the back of the PDF!