The 32 Best Fall Basics at Nordstrom, J.Crew, and Abercrombie & Fitch

There’s nothing like the anticipation of a new season to get me to update my wardrobe essentials. While I hardly need an excuse to talk about the beautiful basics I’m seeing in the market, looking forward to fall dressing is as good a reason as any. With cooler weather on the horizon, I’m already thinking about the staples like boots, jeans, and jackets that will lay the foundation for my new-season wardrobe and naturally, that wardrobe planning also involves a good bit of shopping.Right now, there are three affordable retailers—Nordstrom, J.Crew, and Abercrombie—who are dropping the freshest fall basics on the market. I combed through each site and found 32 items that are getting me excited for fall and I know will get you excited, too. Scroll down to shop all my finds.PSA: Abercrombie’s TikTok viral dress still has full stock in white.Because cargo pants are a basic at this point.This looks so good on the model, I’m sold.I own it, I love it, I highly recommend it.The denim shape that’s about to trend hard.Easy does it.I’ll never pass up an opportunity to restock my tanks.Meredith Blake vibes are strong here.A cooler-weather necessity.Word to the wise: get yourself a cool leather jacket for fall.To wear with everything from heels to boots to sneakers.BY FAR can take all my money.Puddle pants may be trending, but they’re one of my most-worn closet staples.Nothing says fall quite like a suede bag.I’m so happy to see button-down shirts are sticking around this season.Found: your new everyday jeans.How to dress for fall when it still feels like summer.Knee-length skirts were all over the fall runways and this semisheer version is delightful.The ideal ’90s shape.The chicest tank I’ve seen in a while.As easy to wear as it is cool.Up next, the 8 fall staples I’m cutting from my closet (and what’s replacing them).

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