I'm a lifestyle editor, and here are 29 trendy Nordstrom new arrivals I'm shopping in November
As a professional online shopper (yes, I love my job), I can definitively say 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.
Don't panic, but the holiday season — and, more importantly, the holiday gift shopping season — is here. It's stressful! So, I like to add a little self-care by buying all of the pretty things for myself.
I'm also someone who likes to get a lot of shopping done in one spot. After years of practice, I've found that the best place for a one-stop holiday gift shopping experience is the Nordstrom new arrivals section. Not only can I get some of my holiday gift shopping done, but I can also find all of the best winter fashion, beauty and home finds.
The SKIMS Fits Everybody underwear is unlike any other underwear out there. I've pretty much replaced my entire underwear drawer with them, but you can never have too many pairs. This new value back of neon thongs is so much fun.
The NIKE Cortez sneaker is one of the brand’s most recognizable styles. I love the classic red and blue color, but I’m also kind of over it. Anyways, I’m obsessed with the deep evergreen color of this pair.
Buying a bougie gift set for myself around the holidays is one of my favorite traditions, and I love a good holiday value set deal. This Diptyque candle set features five minis that cost only a little more than one regular-sized candle.
Checking out of a hospital with your newborn baby is a magical – if bleary – moment. I can scarcely remember signing the forms, let alone registering my daughter’s birth, but I’m sure I would have done a double take if I’d seen her described as “genderfluid”, “intersex”, “gender variant”, “third gender” or indeed “genderless”, rather than “female.”
It was all going so well. According to ourselves, at least, we’ve all started shopping less and thinking more about the planet. Yet climate action group Wrap’s annual progress report has found that, while improvements have been made to reduce the environmental impact of our clothes, they’re being cancelled out by our ongoing addiction to buying new ones. Brits buy more clothes than any other nation in Europe – to the tune of an average 28 items every year.
When you think about it, Christmas dinner is an absurd idea. Make a list of all the various elements that make up the whole soup-to-nuts affair – from the cocktails and canapes to the 35 parts of the dinner itself, followed by everything required for the inevitable spread of puds – and you start to realise just how much of a task we set ourselves every year. Every dish seems to require a new pan or a much coveted slot in the oven. And that’s before Aunty Shirley arrives with her mini Yorkshire p
Jeopardy! host Mayim Bialik has dealt with public scrutiny over her looks since her breakthrough role as young Tess in the cult classic "Beaches." Of course, Bialik has seemingly learned how to roll the punches over time, but one moment has stood out for her over the last few decades. During her "Blossom" years, she became the subject of an unflattering "Saturday Night Live" sketch. Years after the parody debuted, she wrote about dealing with trauma associated with the portrayal. While responding the former "SNL" actress who starred in the skit said she would’ve been "fired" if she didn’t wear a fake nose. "The Big Bang Theory" alum went into full detail about past critiques when penning an essay for Variety. She revealed that upon seeing the premiere episode of "Blossom" (which might get a "Bel-Air"-like reboot), a TV critic slammed her physical features. She was comforted and shielded by her parents after that. However, another critique came from her favorite magazine, "MAD," which parodied her and the NBC sitcom. That particular jab apparently led her to cry for a moment before she took a photo with the magazine. Then came the "SNL" parody. At first, the actress viewed the sketch as her arrival in the pop culture zeitgeist.