10 Nordstrom Items I Bought to Wear During NYFW

Picking out what to wear is no small feat.

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New York Fashion Week might be a short, six-day blip in the grand scheme of things, but it takes a lot longer than that to actually pull it off. For editors, influencers, publicists, and especially designers, there are months of planning and countless late nights involved. And while there are plenty of more pressing aspects of the preparation, picking out what to wear is no small feat for those attending shows, and it's something I, myself, take very seriously.

As always, much of my pre–fashion week shopping happens at Nordstrom (shocker), whether I'm investing in outfit-making designer items or layering essentials that'll keep me warm when I'm embarking on the avenues-long wind tunnel that is the walk between the 23rd Street C station and the Starrett-Lehigh Building, aka NYFW's new official home base. Below, find the 10 items I either already bought or have on my to-do list to buy from Nordstrom for the festivities.

1. Toteme Scarf Jacket

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2. White Tee

3. Saint Laurent Belt

4. Leather Pencil Skirt

5. Fishnet Tights

6. Bottega Veneta Andiamo Bag

7. Long Trench Coat

8. Skims Turtleneck Top

9. Levi's 501 Jeans

10. Comfortable Black Pumps

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This article was originally published on Who What Wear.

Eliza Huber
Fashion Editor, Who What Wear

Eliza Huber is a New York City–based fashion editor at Who What Wear who specializes in trend and brand discovery in addition to reporting on fashion news, celebrity style, and happenings in the market, from sales to new arrivals. She currently produces two monthly columns, Ways to Wear, where she hand selects an off-the-moment trend and styles it in multiple ways, and Let's Get a Room, where she heads to stores around NYC and styles looks from their dressing rooms. Whenever possible, she reports on her favorite thing, Formula One, exploring the growing connection between the sport and fashion.