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?
With just three weeks to go before Christmas, Britain’s nighttime streets have turned into a carnival. It’s sparkles, sequins, faux fur and feathers galore – on dresses, tops, skirts, wrists and coats – as friends across the land head out for drinks and dinners.
On Saturday, Dec. 2, the luxury Parisian fashion brand Balenciaga, helmed by artistic director Demna since 2015, dropped down in L.A. to show its fall 2024 men’s and women’s collections on a stretch of palm tree-lined Windsor Boulevard near 5th Street in Los Angeles’ Windsor Square neighborhood, with the Hollywood sign as a backdrop. Helicopters and …
STORY: [Stella McCartney, British fashion designer] "I'm here at COP28 to represent the world of fashion. It's one of the most harmful industries in the world to the planet."Location: Dubai, UAE Stella McCartney is calling for laws to limit the environmental impact of the fashion industry "And I think the leaders in the business of fashion are literally getting away with it because they don't have any laws. So I think they don't really have to be here. They're not being called out. So I'm kind of calling out my own industry, but I'm doing it in a way where I'm trying to encourage and provide a solution. So there is a positive end to the story, I think." The clothing and footwear industry is responsible for almost 10% of greenhouse gas emissions McCartney co-founded a $200 million sustainable investment fund which backed some of the products on show "We have here a leather-free alternative called Mirum, which I'm investing in - in the fund, because I think you've got to put your money where your mouth is and you've got to give these people funding to replace bad business for good business. But it's a completely plastic-free leather alternative. It's rubber-based, it's natural and it's scalable.""And then I'm also here to try and talk to policymakers and to try and have some kind of legal parameters in the world of fashion so that our industry, so that all of the other industries here, actually have some kind of laws in place so that we can be more environmentally friendly."