Nordstrom is one of those tried-and-true retailers everyone from your grandmother to your brother loves. While the familiarity of the store is nice and all, it can often blind you from the forward-thinking changes the retailer is churning out on a regular basis, particularly when it comes to stocking up-and-coming brands. While I personally love to head to Nordstrom for more classic brands, there are actually quite a few "weirder" fashion brands that I obsess over on the regular.
Below, I rounded up some of my favorite "weird" fashion brands hiding at Nordstrom. If you've ever heard of Nordstrom's section for emerging designers, Space, you might be familiar with the some of these names, but if not, you're in for a wild ride. Get ready for some of the most fun shopping trip you've had in a while, courtesy of all the Nordstrom brands I love.
Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, this luxury brand is known for dramatized silhouettes and ethereal textures. This past season, street style stars made quite a name for this brand by flaunting the style all over Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Eckhaus Latta is that brand that truly looks effortlessly cool no matter what. Between the babydoll tees and tie-dye separates, this brand should be your go-to for all things forward-thinking and fresh.
If quirky is what you're looking for, Molly Goddard is the name to know. Although known for her oversize tulle confections, the items currently stocked at Nordstrom are much more wearable and include printed tights and statement tops.
A brand currently visiting us from the future is Marine Serre. Started by a young Parisian designer, this brand has already blown up among fashion's most well-known names and has become a source of Instagram eye candy for all.
The Japanese label Toga is more well-known for its shoe selection, but Nordstrom is drawing attention to the ready-to-wear designs of the brand. One look at the striking pieces below and you'll quickly see why.
Paris-based label Y / Project is one that can't be missed. Besides churning out denim with detailing unlike anything you've seen before, the brand also has incredibly striking shoes and a small assortment of statement jewelry.
Another Japanese label to know, Kwaidan Editions creates the wearable pieces you need but not without a little extra flare. The tailoring on all the pieces is top-notch, really making all the difference.
Speaking of wearable, Sophie Buhai designs jewelry that is wearable while still being striking. If crystal drop earrings aren't your thing, fear not, for there are rings, hoops, and pendant necklaces galore to tickle your fancy.
Tu Es Mon Tresor
Warning: There's nothing "normal" about this clothing brand, and that's exactly how we like it. Whether it's jeans adorned with rainbow bows or wacky graphic tees, the quirks are what you fall in love with when it comes to Tu Es Mon Tresor.