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Lisa Says Gah! is popping in at Nordstrom. Call everyone.

If there's one online boutique we could somehow bring to Seattle, it's Lisa Says Gah—a San Francisco–based label that lands smack in the center of the Venn diagram between playful and fashionable, with an emphasis on conspicuous prints from independent designers.

Once again, Nordstrom has heard our prayers. Now through February 27 Lisa Says Gah takes over the pop-in spaces online and locally at the department store's downtown Seattle flagship and Bellevue Square locations.

Here are a few pieces that made us say...you know.

Lisa Says Gah Vintage Rug Phone Case

$32

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The eternal search for the perfect phone case stops here. Made in two vintage-inspired check prints and a variety of colorways (but only iPhone sizes—sorry), LSG's house brand proves that the quotidian accessory doesn't necessarily have to go with everything if it looks this killer on its own. If only the search for the perfect rug were so fruitful.

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Lisa Says Gah Chloe Platform Boot

$189

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The two-tone trend would totally thank Lisa Says Gah in its acceptance speech—the label brings it as a shacket, a pair of jeans, and in neutral faux leather boots with a doable platform heel. Looks like a repeat winner.

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Fuugly Checkerboard Mirror

$159

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A little groovy, a little playful, far from fugly—this little handcrafted mirror from Los Angeles artist Cailee Rae knows exactly how we wish to see ourselves.

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Chunks Nimbus Claw Hair Clip Local

$18

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We don't keep any secrets about our obsession with the claw clips from Seattle-based Chunks, so we're thrilling over this crossover event.

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Tyler McGillivary Samara Long Sleeve Fit and Flare Blouse

$195

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This top is full of surprises, from the corset-front to the anti-crop-top flared silhouette to the wavy little Queen Anne neckline. And that's before you meet the matching pants (though it would look equally darling with a chiller pair). 

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