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We love Nordstrom for its great sales, inclusive lines, and of course, its Nordstrom Made brands (Halogen, Zella, BP. and Treasure & Bond, to name a few). So, when we heard that the company was launching another in-house brand, you could say we were intrigued.

Introducing Open Edit, Nordstrom’s first collection of apparel, shoes, jewelry and accessories for women, men and kids. Per a press release, the collection offers a fully inclusive size range—XXS-3X—and features “versatile, trend-forward pieces.” Designed with sustainability and inclusivity in mind, select pieces across the assortment are created using organic cotton or recycled materials.

The new collection includes everything from sustainable necklaces and flowy midi dresses to satin camp shirts and patterned neck scarves. Keep reading for seven of our favorites.

1. Open Edit Round Link Collar Necklace

Partially made with recycled materials, not only is this necklace chic, but it’s sustainable as well.

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2. Open Edit Wide Leg Pants

These flowy pants come in classic black and casual green vetiver.

3. Open Edit Satin Camp Shirt

Who would have ever thought a laid back camp shirt could be so stylish?

4. Open Edit Dot Print Front Slit Dress

We love a good breezy midi to rock in the warm weather.

5. Open Edit Wide Leg Linen Blend Stovepipe Pants

We can’t forget to mention that these guys include side-seam pockets.

6. open edit Print Square Scarf

With eight prints to choose from, there’s a little something for everyone.

7. Open Edit High Crewneck Cutout Bodysuit

This crewneck bodysuit also features a back cutout.

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