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If Nordstrom had saved searches, the first one I’d set up would be for new arrivals from Open Edit, the retailer’s affordable label for elevated basics and trend-forward pieces alike. I say this because every time the brand drops something new, I have to buy it. Even so, my regular Nordstrom checks keep me pretty in-the-know about fresh arrivals, which is how I discovered everything the brand just debuted. 

From classics like oversize button-downs, split-hem leggings, and point-toe slingbacks to of-the-moment must-haves for the holiday season, from velvet midi skirts to slip dresses, the latest from Open Edit is all you need to see (and shop) today. Keep scrolling to get to it. 

The styling possibilities are endless.

Hourglass blazers are quickly taking precedent over oversize ones.

I’m buying a pair in every color. 

Holiday party, meet your match. 

This color is too pretty to pass up.

This suit will take you seamlessly from the office to all your holiday-season occasions. Shop the matching Yarn Dye Bootcut Pants ($65).

Half of Who What Wear’s editors already own this dress.

It’s giving dark academia. 

The knit that does it all.

I’ll never say no to a new pair of cargo pants. 

The more strappy the sandals, the better. 

Every wardrobe needs at least one tailored vest, but preferably more than one. 

These make me actually want to wear leggings.

A dressed-up alternative to simple tees and tanks. 

The perfect sweater to accompany you on all your winter travels. 

To pair with jeans, skirts, and trousers all season long. 

This skirt is giving major vintage Christian Dior vibes.

Date night ready.

Every occasion calls for a naked dress.

Cher Horowitz called, she wants her shirt back.

This shade of brown is so wildly luxe.

A more wearable version of Gwyneth Paltrow’s iconic red, velvet Gucci blazer. 

Your next holiday party commitment calls for these pants. 

This dress is begging to be paired with a gorgeous necklace. 

These pants aren’t messing around. 

This cropped jacket will go with anything and everything. 

I’m beyond impressed.

Need is an understatement. 

Saved the coziest for last. Shop the matching Satin Pajama Bottoms ($49).

Coming up next: I Haven’t Done a Nordstrom Deep Dive in Forever—35 Items I Can’t Believe I Found

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