I'm a Nordstrom-Obsessed Fashion Editor—These Are the Items I'm Ordering RN

While I consider myself an expert shopper (it is basically my job after all), shopping at Nordstrom, in particular, is my forte. It's not something you master overnight, but once you get the hang of filtering through all the SKUs and zero in on the brands that are your favorites, finding exciting fashion gems starts to become second nature. One brand I often find myself repeatedly hitting up Nordstrom for happens to be our in-house collection of accessories.

In preparation for fall, a brand-new lineup of Who What Wear shoes has hit the retailer, and dare I say, they're better than ever. There's a little something for everyone in the assortment, from soft-as-a-cloud shearling flats to stylish tall boots you can actually walk in. Also in the mix are cool flats that are downright pretty. Not that I need a real reason to shop online anyway, but each style is pretty affordable as well, which sweetens the deal. My cart is already full at this point, so keep scrolling to see everything I'm clicking the buy button for right now.

As a recent L.A. transplant, I'm taking full advantage of the warmer fall season, which means I'll be wearing sandals and tanks until the wheels fall off. These gorp-y sandals somehow feel appropriate for the transitional weather without being too covered up. 

Ally Sandal

Once it gets cooler, I plan on styling the shearling version with some fun graphic socks.

Ella Mule

Mules reign supreme when it comes to late summer/early fall days, and these are delightfully versatile.

Does anything scream fall louder than caramel-colored suede?

Poppy Flat

Being an L.A. person now, there's still a bit of time before jumping into a pair of boots becomes the norm. While I wait it out for the inevitable, I'm heavily leaning into loafers.

These fuzzy flats are glorious, aren't they?

Ultimately though, black just goes with everything and anything.

Cate Knee High Boot

When boot weather decides to make an appearance, I'll be ready in these tall beauties. If you tend to walk everywhere like me, a kitten heel like this is a godsend for your feet.

Raya Bootie

When you are in for a long day on your feet, flat boots like this are practical yet elevated. Wear them with jeans for a casual vibe or with a tailored suit.

Because animal print is the best neutral.

Christina Bootie

As a forever fan of stacked heeled booties, these immediately caught my eye. These in black are a solid foundational piece for a capsule fall wardrobe.

If office life is in your future (or is already your reality), you'll want to take note of these heeled mules. They're dressy enough to be work shoes, yet they're not so over-the-top that they're difficult to walk in.

Kayla Mule

It's possible to get more use out of your mules: simply add cool socks or tights.

I own way too many white-colored mules.

Jaclyn Platform Bootie

To likely no one's surprise, combat boots are on my priority checklist of fall essentials. While I love my Doc Marten Jadon boots, these have a slicker, more streamlined look that I love for skirts and dresses.

Millie Flat

And of course, minimal flats like these are highly necessary for the fall. Chocolate brown has been trending for a minute, and it's an equally sophisticated alternative to black.