Their exact go-to pieces are discounted.

By Tara Gonzalez
Updated Apr 15, 2020 @ 11:15 am
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For the past couple weeks I have worn a red tie-dye sweatsuit. And then one day I rolled out of bed and looked at myself in my mirror wearing it for the twentieth day in a row and wanted to throw up. Maybe it’s the fact that everybody on Instagram seems to also be wearing one or that it is a reminder of how I haven’t had anywhere to go for over a month. Whatever it is, I’m having trouble looking at it, even when it’s sprawled across my bedroom floor, and I’m finding myself suddenly wishing I owned more elevated basics, as they call them.

Wardrobe essentials aren’t really my thing, and if I own something comfortable, it’s usually extra. Exhibit A being the bright red tie-dye jumpsuit that’s making me question everything right now. But it’s depressing to work from home in the same set of sweats every day. And it’s uncomfortable to work at my kitchen counter wearing a corset and thigh-high boots. It is now so evident to me that my wardrobe was not built to work from home in. Thankfully, every single thing I’ve wanted and didn’t know I wanted is on sale right now, including everything from Vince at Nordstrom.

Vince is a brand I’ve always window shopped but never bought. It’s pretty and subtle and simple. It looks unlike most things I own, but it makes everything you’re supposed to own: classic slingbacks and dreamy camisole dresses. Jennifer Lawrence lived in its double-slit cashmere sweater all winter. Selena Gomez wears its cropped trousers and tanks on repeat. Emma Roberts, Kristen Bell, and Chrissy Teigen have all worn the brand head-to-toe.

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The brand feels like something you’d waltz around the house in if you were a fancy lady with unlimited time to lounge who just wakes up with perfect hair and throws on a silk slip. And while I’m certainly not a fancy lady, I feel like wearing the comfortable, chic basics Vince makes is what my WFH routine is missing. It’ll at least make me feel fancy without making me feel lazy or uncomfortable. I even think its classic skirt would pair nicely with my tie-dye sweatshirt — and maybe that’s what my sweats uniform was missing all along: some good essentials to wake them up.

Shop the best Vince pieces on sale at Nordstrom below.

Vince Cadya Square Toe Slingback Flat

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Shop now: $206 (Originally $275); nordstrom.com

Vince Glyn Slide Sandal

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Shop now: $188 (Originally $250); nordstrom.com

Vince Bermuda Shorts

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Shop now: $131 (Originally $175); nordstrom.com

Vince Gathered Camisole Dress

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Shop now: $199 (Originally $265); nordstrom.com

Vince Stripe Split Neck Blouse

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Shop now: $147 (Originally $245); nordstrom.com

Vince Ribbed Crewneck Cotton Sweater

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Shop now: $109 (Originally $145); nordstrom.com

Vince Cadot Slingback Flat

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Shop now: $207 (Originally $275): nordstrom.com

Vince Slim Fit Band Collar Silk Blouse

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Shop now: $177 (Originally $295); nordstrom.com

Vince Satin Slip Skirt

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Shop now: $199 (Originally $265); nordstrom.com

Vince Twist Drape Midi Skirt

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Shop now: $135 (Originally $225); nordstrom.com