45 Cheap Nordstrom Finds That Look Really Expensive

Cheap Nordstrom buys


@cassandrmarouki via @4thandreckless; PICTURED: 4th & Reckless Adelaide High Waist Pants ($60)

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: I'm a really good Nordstrom shopper. There's something so soothing to me about scrolling through all the pages of new arrivals with the intention of singling out the best of the best for all of you. It's here I spot some of the best products before anyone else simply because I'm willing to take the time to go through it all. Sometimes we like to highlight the best basics, newest trends, and so on and so forth, but today, I am here to bring you the best of the best all under $70. 

Not only are the items below extremely affordable, but they are those cheap items that somehow look really expensive. It can be tricky trying to narrow such unicorns down, but I managed to find 45 for you to shop here. Hundreds of open tabs later (especially considering the drop of Nordstrom's latest sale), I finally narrowed down my favorite assortment of affordable items and I have them shopped out for you below. 

Yes, baggy tees can look expensive, too. 

Anything with built-in jewelry is a must-have. 

This set impresses our shoppers time and time again. 

Comfortable and chic all at once. 

Loose jeans are officially here to stay. 

Sleek and comfy sandals to wear on repeat. 

A basic you should always have on deck. 

Perfect for a Friday night dinner. 

Pair this with a white button-down and strappy sandals. 

This top truly looks triple the price. 

The perfect bodysuit to wear with jeans. 

Get this in more than one color. 

I am absolutely in love with this color blue. 

A simple dress that works wonders. 

I would style this with trousers and chunky loafers. 

Good luck choosing just one color. 

Going on vacation? Buy these. 

You can't go wrong with a simple matching activewear set.  

Dress these strappy sandals up or down. 

Interested in testing a new trend? This onesie is a great place to start.

Workout attire doesn't have to be boring. 

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