What To Expect In Your Fall Wardrobe This Year

You Need These Items In Your Fall Wardrobe: End of Story

A new season means a flood of new styles to take on, so here's an apparel guide for Fall 2018.

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According to the runway, this upcoming season is full of new trends that you wouldn't just predict. The vibe for Fall is kind of all over the place. The runway was wild - literally. It was full of a western style along with bold animal prints plus pinks and reds. One big trend that stuck out to me made me feel CLUELESS... Yes, plaid print is back and Cher Horowitz approved! There are so many opportunities to take on these trends, but how do you adapt these runway trends into your "everyday" wardrobe?

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Nordstrom is full of trendy, on-point clothing with a wide range of prices and products. How you interpret these trends is up to you and your personal style, but if you're like me, you like to be pretty classy but also on top of the trends.

Here are 11 items to jumpstart your Fall 2018 wardrobe in a fashionable manner. Happy shopping!

1. A Pair of Mules

So chic with an edgy twist.


Steve Madden Trace Studded Mule | $79.95

2. Flared Jeans

Move those skinny jeans over, the slightly flared denim jeans are coming in hot!


Madewell Cali Demi Boot Jeans | ON SALE $76.80


A wild way to take on the Fall fashion season.


Topshop Leopard Print Pajama Shirt Dress | $75.00

4. Plaid

Two Fall trends combined into one: Plaid and sharp blazers/tailored suits.


Treasure & Bond Glen Plaid Blazer | $89.00

5. Stripe Denim

Make a sporty-chic statement with the stripe trim on your bottom of choice.


Topshop MOTO Stripe Denim Skirt | $60.00

6. Pretty in Pink (and Red)

According to Vogue, "Pink + red is the new B&W."


Topshop Scallop Mini Slipdress | $55.00

7. Long Oversized Cardigans

We are ALL about cuddling up in a longer, cozy cardigan this fall.


Volcom Knitstix Cardigan | $75.00

8. Corduroy 

This jumper dress is the perfect combination of being fashionably playful + chic.


Free People Canyonlands Corduroy Pinafore Dress | $47.60

9. Snake-Print

Make a statement and accessorize with snake-print.


Topshop Taylor Crossbody Bag | $55.00

10. Acid Wash

A classic staple with an edgy twist.


Union Bay Warren Denim Jacket | $54.00

11. This Season's "Bootie"

Western-inspired booties will be a hit during Fall 2018 fashion season, along with brown colored shoes.


Band of Gypsies Andrea Bootie | $98.95

So it is time to clear out your summertime favorites because the Fall 2018 new arrivals are already taking over the world of fashion - and soon your closet!

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