30 Nordstrom Spring Arrivals I'll Be Dreaming About Until Further Notice

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Even in my best attempt to enjoy the long weekend away from work, I found myself wandering into Nordstrom to do a little market research. While I walked away empty-handed, there are a few pieces I regret leaving behind (including this insane Staud dress). What can I say? I'm excited for spring to begin. The turn of the season always signals better weather, outfit freedom, and a fresh batch of styles I've been waiting to test out. But as a selectively trendy dresser, I'm always after the pieces that fit easily into my personal style. Currently, I'm testing the waters by pairing a sequined top with relaxed jeans, a rosette choker with a staple slip dress, and metallic footwear with a classic suit set. It's always a goal of mine to find a balance between wardrobe staples and playful seasonal trends, and I think the following Nordstrom items accomplish just that. Keep scrolling to shop the arrivals I'm most excited about.

I'll be wearing this Staud dress all spring and summer long. 

This is a spring-trend double hitter: icy lavender and shimmery sequins. 

You can't beat this under-$200 price point. 

Basics that make a statement are it for me. 

If I have to opt for pants other than jeans, I'm going to choose these linen cargos. 

A classic outerwear choice for the season ahead. 

If you've been wondering about the sweater in my photo above, allow me to introduce you. 

I've always been a gold-jewelry gal, but these earrings have converted me. 

If there's an option to build a matching set, I'm purchasing. 

Metallic pieces aren't just for maximalists. 

Metal-framed glasses are popping up everywhere right now. 

I'm always after that French-girl look. 

The only Y2K revival I'm okay with is Coach's comeback. 

The internet's favorite sneakers in a brand-new colorway. 

Fashion Week street style images are chock-full of people wearing colorful frames, but I think colored lenses are far more wearable. 

Winter is for neutral knits—spring is for the colorful. 

I'd argue this is the number-one trend our editors are backing this season. 

Soon, it will be too hot for a blazer, so this is a must-buy for my office wardrobe.