Hey gang! We’ve partnered with Nordstrom again this month to make a few more of those Nordstrom Looks. If you are a frequent Nordstrom shopper, you may have noticed that these Looks are popping up on Nordstrom.com, giving us shoppers ideas on styling up a specific piece.

Personally, I find these looks pretty helpful (I tend to be a visual person), but professionally, as a look-maker I’m finding them SUPER FUN. It’s basically my adult version of paper dolls (or Fashion Plates, if you remember those, haha). Also, if you’re interested, you can now follow The Mom Edit Nordstrom looks account here to see all of the new looks we’ll be publishing.

Now, if you’ll indulge me for a sec (like my 6-year-old self)…COME SEE MY PAPER DOLLS.

7 Outfit Ideas For The Weekend

1. Wearing Cropped, Wide-Leg Jeans In Winter

There are other ways it can be done…but slipping a pair of mid-shaft taupe booties under the flare is one of the sleekest. I own (and love) those boots (ps. they’re on sale). Can you tell I’m thinking spring with the color palette? If you need to warm it up more, try this cashmere turtleneck in ivory cloud. I have it and love it. SO good.

Click on the photo to be taken to the look (and products).

These outfit idea looks are pretty helpful & also SUPER FUN. Like an adult version of paper dolls (or Fashion Plates, haha)...7 styles for the weekend here.

2. Starting To Think Spring…Pretty Flats

Wildly obsessed with these leopard print flats. And ever since Laura pointed out how gorgeous emerald green is with leopard…I never want to wear it any other way.

ps. Both the jeans and the sweater are sustainable. Go up a full size in the jeans, the sweater is TTS.

These outfit idea looks are pretty helpful & also SUPER FUN. Like an adult version of paper dolls (or Fashion Plates, haha)...7 styles for the weekend here.

3. Spring Outfits On My Mind…Cool Sneaks

Actually, I could *probably* get away with this outfit right now…especially if I layered a turtleneck under this tee, and swapped out the red hat for a beanie. (Full disclosure: I chose a beanie, but the Nordstrom Looks app sometimes swaps out my choices if they sell out.) Anyway, I cannot stop obsessing over these sneakers. DYING.

These outfit idea looks are pretty helpful & also SUPER FUN. Like an adult version of paper dolls (or Fashion Plates, haha)...7 styles for the weekend here.

4. Daydreaming Spring Outfits…Blush

I’m obsessed with this whole look. The booties are Lucky Brand’s newest taupe bootie, and I have HIGH HOPES. The Free People sweater was just featured on our IG Stories (@themomedit), and that [BLANKNYC] faux-fur hoodie looks juuuust like the Vince one, but at a fraction of the cost. I’ve been wearing my black Clare V stripe crossbody so much that mayyyybe I also need the tan? And if anyone can figure out how to successfully use that hair clip please DM me ASAP.

I would also totally wear this for Valentine’s Day. Which, speaking of….

These outfit idea looks are pretty helpful & also SUPER FUN. Like an adult version of paper dolls (or Fashion Plates, haha)...7 styles for the weekend here.

5. Cute Valentine’s Day Outfit Idea…A Sweet Little Sweater

I love what a short-sleeve sweater and flat boots does for seriously high-rise jeans. I suspect I’m too short for this look (sob!!), but I can picture Cams rocking the heck out of it. Also, the subtle mixed prints is fun.

These outfit idea looks are pretty helpful & also SUPER FUN. Like an adult version of paper dolls (or Fashion Plates, haha)...7 styles for the weekend here.

6. Chic Valentine’s Day Outfit Idea…Pink Pants

Most of the time I’m all Black on Black on Black…and then I don pink pants and everyone’s all WHAAA???

I’m a complicated girl. Sorry not sorry.

Also, there’s a black turtleneck involved and more mixed prints so it’s really me, guys.

These outfit idea looks are pretty helpful & also SUPER FUN. Like an adult version of paper dolls (or Fashion Plates, haha)...7 styles for the weekend here.

7. Cozy Valentine’s Day Outfit Idea…Just Stay In

I’m such a sucker for a cute PJ set, and the rich peacock blue is calling my name. As much as I like pink pants…I might like a deep turquoise even better.

These outfit idea looks are pretty helpful & also SUPER FUN. Like an adult version of paper dolls (or Fashion Plates, haha)...7 styles for the weekend here.

We’re going to be making a few more looks over the next month, so please let us know what types of looks you’d like to see, and we’ll do our best to come up with something. (And find all of our old looks here.)

xo,

S

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Shana founded The Mom Edit in 2008. She lives with the love of her life (his name's Mike) and their two crazy boys in downtown Philadelphia. She loves a good styling challenge (her engineering side shows eventually), appreciates kindness, and usually picks scotch over wine, sneakers over stilettos, and shorts known as denim-underwear, always.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. I love the outfit suggestions on Nordstrom and yours are always the best! I keep trying the wide leg jeans and haven’t found a pair that makes the bum look good, usually makes my back side look bigger. Maybe a darker pair? Trying to get my youngest daughter into paper dolls, I loved them so much!

  2. I love this post! I would also love to see some styling “basics” advice – I’m super short too and always struggle with which styles look best on me.

  3. Hi! I mean basic rules, more so than pieces (you guys do an awesome job of recommending basic pieces – you’re my go to for that!) like, for example: what shape jeans/ pants look best on shorties, the best length for jeans, who can best pull off a puff sleeve?, best shoes/ booties/ boots for wide legs/skinnies/straight jeans. Basically: how to be your own stylist! Ooooh, that’d be another good one: “anatomy of an outfit. Why this outfit works on this body type.”

  4. I have that Ficcare hair clip! Nothing holds buns better on my super slippery, stick-straight Asian hair. Protip: Buy a smaller size than you think you need. I use size Small for bra-strap-length, medium thick hair. I gave a size Medium to my sister who has slightly thicker waist-length hair. It’s important that the “fit” is snug.

  5. YES! I would love to see how to pair shoes/boots/sneakers with different denim silhouettes. And basics (I am all about the black turtlenecks!) such as best skinnies, best blazer, best white tee…then I can buy quality (You really convinced me in the ANMJ days of cost per wear) over quantity.

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