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In a perfect world, we would have endless amounts of time to frolic around from store to store picking out the best of fall. However, reality offers a stark difference, one in which we barely have time to think about buying new clothes let alone go out and hunt for them. Luckily, we found the one retailer that pretty much has it all: Nordstrom. After much digging and hundreds of open tabs, we identified six of the biggest fall trends at Nordstrom right now.
Of course, these aren't the only fall trends available at the beloved retailer, but these are the ones we're identifying as the most popular at a variety of price points. The list ahead includes leather separates, croc-embossed handbags, and much more, so grab your wallets because you're about to do all of your fall shopping in one fail-safe checkout process.
Printed turtlenecks will surprisingly be one of the most-used pieces in your fall wardrobe. Wear them alone or style them underneath jackets, blazers, and sweaters for a cool styling hack.
Animal print has been the trend that keeps on giving for some time now, but this season, snakeskin boots seem to be topping all the other prints in the shoe department, especially at Nordstrom.
This fall, we encourage you to swap a few of your pullover sweaters for cardigans. When worn as a top buttoned all the way up, cardigans can be just the seasonal wardrobe update you need.
Chain jewelry is one of the biggest accessory trends of fall 2019, and according to Nordstrom, we're supposed to stock up on the style. From earrings to necklaces and back again, there is pretty much no piece of jewelry this trend doesn't look good on.
Whether your go-to uniform is jeans and a T-shirt or floral dresses, leather separates will surely find a cozy home within your fall wardrobe. Let these items stand alone as the focal point of your look or use them as a texturizing styling piece.
Last but not least, we have croc-embossed handbags. This handbag style always looks expensive no matter the price, and the selection ahead proves exactly that.