Nordstrom Has 437 Blazers in Stock, But These Are the 30 Best

Now that it's mid-December, you've likely already purchased your new winter coats, but there's one outerwear piece that I recommend keeping an eye out for all year long: blazers. They're versatile enough to wear 365 days a year, so there's literally never a bad time to consider investing in a fresh one to add to your collection. I especially love layering them under wool coats during the throes of the chilly season, but they're also great on their own in warmer months. 

Considering how much our shoppers love buying from Nordstrom, I decided to focus on the retailer for all of my blazer shopping for this story. Below, I sourced the cream of the crop after sifting through every single women's blazer that Nordstrom has in stock. Scroll down to shop my picks. 



Everyone needs a practical gray blazer in their wardrobe. 

I'm obsessed with this polka-dot cropped version. I bet you don't have one like it. 



Yep, I'd also style this blazer with a sleek black T-shirt. 



This looks considerably more expensive than it really is. 

Pinstripes are not just for the office, y'all. 

I absolutely love forest green for winter. 


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This non-velvet version is also quite chic. 

Veronica Beard never gets it wrong when it comes to blazers. 

Camel blazers will always make you look insantly polished. 

I'll be dreaming about this Fendi beauty for a while. 

I don't yet own a white blazer, but this on-sale one is really tempting me right now. 

I've never regretted a Madewell purchase—I'll tell ya that. 

Maje is the epitome of French-girl chic. 

This line by Erin and Sara Foster is chock-full of timeless pieces like this blazer. 

This is begging to be worn with some chunky gold jewelry. 

Brown blazers are definitely underrated but are just as versatile as black. 

I adore the satiny look of this one, which makes it great for a night out. 

I thought I'd throw in a sleeveless option just to keep you on your toes. 

Who says bright colors are just for summer?