I'm a 22-Year-Old Fashion Editor, and I'm in Love With This New Nordstrom Brand

When shopping at a large retailer that houses a variety of brands, it's just natural that you end up gravitating towards a select few because they resonate with your personal style compared to what the others offer. Lately, whenever I'm scrolling through Nordstrom and see a piece I love, it almost always ends up being the retailer's newest brand, Open Edit. As part of the Nordstrom Made curation, Open Edit offers items that have trend-forward elements but still have enough versatility to be considered basics into your everyday wardrobe. As someone who's in my 20s and works in fashion, I'm trying to balance my wardrobe with trends and basics, so this is the perfect shopping destination.

While Nordstrom offers thousands of items, I narrowed it down to 30 Open Edit pieces that I think are top-notch. (Plus, they're all under $100.) Keep scrolling and have a look for yourself. You can thank me later.

I'm already imagining the multiple ways I can wear this blazer.

Colorful matching sets are it for the summer.

Silk slip dresses will never go out of style, mark my words.

Can't have too many groovy prints, right? This would pair perfectly over a swimsuit.

This isn't your average pair of flip-flops.

You can style this top with almost anything.

Whether you like it or not, biker shorts are here to stay.

I'll be transitioning into heels again, starting with this pair.

I didn't think a sweater tube top would work, but I've been proven wrong.

If you want to incorporate a pop of color into your wardrobe, try a jewelry piece like ths.

It's always good to have basic t-shirts on deck. Boxier fits are always easier to style.

A split hem just takes normal leggings up a notch.

It seems like the Bridgerton theme in fashion is still going strong.

Our editor Anna calls these "spicy basics," which consists of basic tops that feature cutouts or minimal straps.

Switch out your suit pants for suit shorts this season.

If cottagecore is your vibe, you'll like this.

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