42 Nordstrom Finds That Look Triple Their Price

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As a fashion editor, I have a keen eye for spotting expensive-looking details. Since I spend hours a day looking at both designer pieces and affordable buys online, I've gotten well acquainted with certain details that happen to look really luxe. It could be the wide cut of a blazer, a wrinkle-immune fabric like plissé, a bias-cut silhouette, or a rich espresso-like hue. Regardless, I pride myself on spotting these elevated finds at even the most affordable price points, and today, I'm sharing 42 such buys from none other than Nordstrom.

If given the option, you'd want to avoid looking "cheap," even if your clothing budget says otherwise, right? (Speaking from personal experience, my shopping receipts are between me and God.) This is why, on my latest visit to Nordstrom's site, I curated a bunch of cool finds that low-key look triple their price. While many of these pieces fall around or under the $100 mark, I wouldn't blame you for assuming otherwise.

The epitome of a "buy now, wear forever" piece.

I don't think I'll ever get over how good these look for the price.

Nineties staples are superior, and this dress is proof.

The perfect boots to pair with your miniskirts this spring.

When it has "editor" in the style name, you know it's a good find.

I'm planning on ordering these in case you want to join me.

Leather + quilting = expensive-looking gold.

The Row taste on a minimal budget.

The slim fit and darker mid-blue wash give these an elevated feel.

It doesn't get more classic than this.

Yep, I'm still so into corsets.

There are plenty of versions of this knit, but this one's really impressing me.

One of the hardest-working wardrobe staples out there.

Did I just find the perfect relaxed trousers for under $100?

Faux leather basically guarantees you look expensive.

Cool, flattering, and surprisingly wearable.

Sometimes, the simpler option really is better.

This can easily be dressed up or down.

The elevated trend everyone's swapping their jeans for.