I consider Nordstrom to be one of my go-to stores. While I routinely shop the retailer online and browse the site on a daily basis as I’m doing market research for my various stories, I also like to visit the brick-and-mortar store when I’m near one. Recently, I did just that when I visited Chicago. But I didn’t simply browse the racks. I actually had the opportunity to work one-on-one with one of the brand’s in-house stylists.
That’s right. I spent the morning with Lauren Meek (pictured above) as she pulled items she thought would work for me. And given that I’m always interested in learning how others define what’s “in and out,” I had Meek swap in pieces she thinks could replace some of the outdated items in my closet. Of course, though, I always note that styling choices are personal, and you should always wear whatever you absolutely love.
With all that in mind, keep scrolling for a deeper dive into what a Nordstrom stylist added into my offering. The pieces coming your way are all unique, but they all share a similarity, in that they’re simple and easy to style. If any of the product categories catch your eye, I also went through Nordstrom’s offering online to shop out inspired womenswear products that could be of interest to you.