Culottes: Topshop  |  Shirt: Topshop (sold out online but similar here, here, here and here)  |  Coat: Topshop  |  Pumps: SJP Collection  |  Sunglasses: Stella McCartney (similar here)  |  Nails: Essie (Ballet Slippers)


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One of the many reasons Nordstrom is my main squeeze when it comes to online shopping is their unrivaled blend of both high-end designers and more inexpensive brands.  If you follow this blog, you know that I fervently subscribe to the high-low philosophy of mixing splurge-worthy classics with lots of budget-friendly pieces as well.  Pulling this off sometimes requires a lot of leg work, but it shouldn’t always have to.  Finding both types of merchandise at one place is mission vital when you don’t have endless hours to run between a million different retailers.  In this arena, Nordstrom crushes it.
In yesterday’s post, the winter white wide-leg pants were one of my favorite finds from the Chelsea28 line which offers really beautiful, quality pieces at terrific price points.  Today, I’m sporting some new favorites from Topshop, another brand at Nordstrom that kills it in the affordability department.  I’ve rarely met a culotte I didn’t like, but the flowy drape and perfect high-waisted, pleated fit of these babies is particularly on point.  If you’re in a part of the country that’s been #blessed with a soul-crushing cold front as of late, try pairing them with tall boots or sheer tights and pumps―they’ll still look like a million bucks.  And this fuzzy delicious periwinkle coat?  Take that cold front. 
Since the current collection at Nordstrom is unreal, take a spin through some more of my Topshop favorites below.  I’m enamored with this skirt (styled beautifully by this incredible blogger) and this incredible bag.  I’m also planning on snagging this fringe top for some holiday soirées.  Fringe is so fetch right now. 

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