The collection of brands in the Nordstrom Made curation is often on our shopping lists, and the retailer just launched a new label in the offering. Say hello to Open Edit. The range of clothing and accessories features trend-forward pieces that have the potential to become go-tos in any wardrobe. We’re talking everything from oversize button-down shirts to modern-tailoring pieces to next-level basics.
We had the chance to catch up with one of the lead designers on the line, Shannon Reed. We wanted to gain further insight into some of the fresh trends that inspired her and continue to inspire her as we enter the new season. "As I fantasize about my late spring and summer wardrobe desires, I want the pieces to be special, and I want them to bring me joy," she said. "With the spirit of optimism many of us are feeling, I’m looking for color and chic, sculptural staples that can be mixed, matched, and effortlessly worn together."
With that in mind, keep scrolling to uncover the pieces that Reed thinks will be big this season. There’s also inspired shopping picks sprinkled throughout.
"One of my favorite trends for the season is the oversize shirt. The styling possibilities are infinite. The key to completing the look is balancing it with a slimmer-fit pant or chic bike short. Throw it over a bikini or wear it open and layered over your favorite tank."
"We have all spent the last year living in our favorite leggings and joggers. I’m switching it up for something fresh with slim-fit pants. I love the zippered hem, which opens up over your favorite heel or sneaker."
"When we speak of joyful optimism and romance, all the stars align here in this tiered-cotton dress. I love the expressive, artistic brushstroke print. Wear this with your favorite pair of sneakers for a more casual look, or pair with a colorful kitten heel."
"Truth be told, this is probably my favorite Open Edit style for the season. I’ve never met a blazer I didn’t love, this one is no exception. As we all start to imagine life back to work, this could be a seasonless contender. What I love about this sleeveless style is that you can layer a bralette under it for date night or a long-sleeve blouse for work."