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As a professional online shopper (yes, I love my job), I can definitively say that I am great at shopping. I can sniff out a good deal from miles away and tend to have roughly 728 products in my cart at any given time. So, let me help you build your online shopping cart. Whether you’re shopping for major sale events like Prime Day or just upgrading your wardrobe, I’ll always give you the must-have picks.
When it comes to online retailers, Nordstrom really is the best of the best. From popular beauty products on sale to home goods and trending brands, I always find myself with a huge Nordstrom haul every month.
Thanks to the sheer number of products the retailer sells, it’s overwhelming to figure out what to buy and what to pass on at Nordstrom — especially now that fall fashion season is coming up fast. Since fall is indisputably the most exciting time of year to shop, you can bet that my wishlist is longer than a CVS receipt. If you’re unsure how to spend your paycheck this month, feel totally free to copy my Nordstrom shopping cart!
1. Good American '90s Tank Dress, $109
Unfortunately, my go-to black midi dress is no more, thanks to an unfortunate dryer incident. Replacing it with this '90s tank dress from Good American is already healing the wound.
2. Clare V. Petit Woven Leather Tote, $415
This woven crossbody tote is what trendy fall dreams are made of.
If you see me wearing these snuggly plush Barefoot Dreams pajamas to run errands for the eighth day in a row, no you didn't.
4. Jo Malone London English Pear & Freesia Scented Home Candle, $38 – $210
I've been eyeing this timeless candle for way too long and am beyond ready for my small apartment to smell like just-ripe pears and crisp autumn air.
5. COACH Leah Platform Loafer, $185
FWIW, these platform loafers from COACH also come in more neutral cream and black, but these woodsy green shoes are classic with just a bit of edge.
6. Le Creuset Stoneware Oil Cruet, $49.95
Did I spend the summer on the Amalfi Coast like everyone else on Instagram? Nope. Will this gorgeous Le Creuset Oil Cruet make me feel like I did? Absolutely.
7. Versace Medusa Platform Sandal, $1,575
These Barbiecore hot pink Versace platforms have been haunting my dreams and sitting in my Nordstrom cart for so long. They're just so perfect and a great designer splurge.
Give me a good pair of 70s flare jeans so I can live my best Stevie Nicks life and I'll love you forever.
My middle school self would be thrilled to know that I'm finally leaning into the Chuck Taylor look again.
10. Dash Fresh Pop Popcorn Maker, $24.99
"Ladies and gentlemen, Her."
11. NIKE Air Max 90 Futura Sneaker, $150
These NIKEs are quite possibly the best fall sneakers ever made.
12. ASOS DESIGN Relaxed Fit Blazer, $50
I already know that I’m going to wear this oversized and relaxed-fit blazer every day. It’s so timeless.
Of course, I can’t forget the matching trousers. I don’t want the blazer to get lonely!
14. AllSaints Odette East/West Leather Tote, $229
This classic but seriously edgy black leather tote bag will be a major upgrade from my ripped canvas bag with an unfortunate ink stain.
15. Topshop Bias Cut Satin Midi Skirt, $56
Fact: I’ve never met a pink skirt that I didn’t like.
Is this pre-wrapped towel a wholly unnecessary purchase? Probably. Will it make my life a million times easier? Absolutely.
18. Béis The Diaper Bag, $178
I do not have a child, nor do I intend to have one in the near future — but that won’t stop me from buying this incredibly chic diaper bag.
19. DIOR Addict Lip Glow Balm, $38
Impending fall weather means it’s time to bust out the berry-colored lippies.
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