Worth a Look: Nordstrom Classiques Entier Line

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Recently I made a wonderful style discovery:  Nordstrom’s own clothing line, Classiques Entier. I really can’t say enough good things about this line. It reminds me of higher-priced designs from European designers like Roland Mouret.  Many of the dresses are  similar to a Roland Mouret dresses. The styles in the line are elegant and chic, without the “haute” price.  I wanted some easy pieces for travel, and bought some of the Classiques Entier Rouched Jersey tops. They traveled like a dream, requiring no pressing or steaming when I unpacked. Best of all, they were comfortable to wear all day long, from the office to dinner out.

This week, some of the collection is on sale at Nordstrom and it’s well worth a look. The line features amazingly comfortable ponte-knit dresses in gorgeous colors.

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CLASSIQUES ENTIER dresses now on sale at Nordstrom

 The collection features great work dresses, jackets and  pants. Look for Classiques Entier on sale at the Nordstroms  Anniversary Sale.

Bottom line, if you’re looking for a great combination of quality, customer service and the right price, check out the Classiques Entier line. My local Nordstrom’s sales associate  reminded me that during the Anniversary Sale (or other special events) you can enjoy triple Nordstrom’s rewards when you use your Nordstrom’s charge card to purchase. I love the rewards, because they add up just like Frequent Flyer points on your account, and when you reach certain point milestones you can get free stuff. The Recessionista loves the free!



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