Gen Z Will Be Salivating Over This Cute New Nordstrom Launch

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(Image credit: @sisiliapiring; Pictured: Lisa Says Gah Robyn High Waist Ankle Straight Leg Jeans ($159))

I may not be a member of Gen Z, but I know cute clothes when I see them. As a millennial, I am wholeheartedly in love with the Lisa Says Gah collection that was recently launched on Nordstrom even though it has Olivia Rodrigo written all over it. Think cutesy floral prints, bucket hats, and checkerboard galore. 

The collection is all under $200 and is pretty much guaranteed to put a smile on your face thanks to the cheerful colors and fun patterns. And although Gen Z may be famous for its proclivity to miniskirts and skimpy tops, there's something here for any type of dresser, including midi dresses, jeans, and crew-neck sweaters. Scroll down to shop the line. 

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