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It's beginning to look a lot like holiday shopping season at Nordstrom, where the department store's rotating pop-in has made way for a festive collection of curated gifts. This year's picks—more than 500 of them, available online and in-person at the downtown Seattle and Bellevue Square locations—range from fetching canine fashion to caffeine contraptions. Here are a few of our favorites.
An influencer partnership we can get behind: Nordstrom got Italian greyhound/chihuahua/fashion icon mix Boobie Billie to make some fashionable picks for humans and dogs alike (including one suspiciously squeaky Pawda handbag). She even makes this cutesy cloud sweater look chic.
Even well-intentioned rubber-soled slippers wind up soggy in Seattle. This puffy pair brings water-resistant Teflon-coated uppers for cozy, mail-fetching resilience.
So many magical-looking gifty contraptions wind up being little more than illusion. Not this whizbang alarm clock–coffee brewer combo, which percolates what reviewers say is genuinely tasty coffee right as it wakes you up.
The New York Times named Christian Robinson's "anthem to self-worth" one of the best picture books of 2020 for its exploration of empathy-building themes through a variety of perspectives, from bird-watchers to the pigeons they're observing.
We've been obsessing over these New York–made knot cushions for ages, and are simply so jazzed to see them at Nordstrom—odds are great they're already on the wish list of anyone with a pulse and an Architectural Digest subscription.
TikTok obsessed over Baboon to the Moon's go-bag, and for good reason: It's covered with handles and straps for convertible carrying, available in a slew of colors (and linings—that brightness doesn't end at the weatherproof outer), and a TSA-approved carry-on. It's also the most generous way we can think of to say, "hey—visit me more often, would you?"
Vases make especially great host gifts; stand out from the crowd with this leaning tower of flowers.
Tired of attending your child's imaginary cafes only to be served mud pies and plastic pickles (by a bizarrely attentive chef-owner, no less)? For kids drawn to culinary pretend play, this sweet set of wooden goodies will be the cherry on top.