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cupcakes and cashmere Windsor Car Coat, $170. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Bronson Shirtdress, $105. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Fairfax Vest, $130. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Bradbury Sleeveless Jumpsuit, $130. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Roosevelt Ponte Leggings, $110. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Mendocino Stripe Top, $80. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Sonoma Asymmetrical Pullover Sweater, $105. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Pacific Stripe Ponte Dress, $110. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Avalon Flare Pants, $125. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Hooded Jacket, $175. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Olvera Striped Dress, $110.
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cupcakes and cashmere Sutter Raw Edge Texture Topper, $120. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Plaid Shift Dress, $105. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Melrose Asymmetrical Front Tank, $85. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Monterey Cardigan, $145. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Marina Stripe Sweater, $110. 
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cupcakes and cashmere Eagle Rock Floral Print Shirtdress, $110. 
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By BANU IBRAHIM

Blogger collaborations are anything but new. But being able to shop said collection without feeling buyer's remorse is a pretty rare feat.

But if there is anyone who can accomplish it, it's Emily Schuman, the woman and writer behind the hit lifestyle blog Cucakes and Cashmere. Her latest project with Nordstrom boasts simple, sophisticated styles that are completely affordable.

Inspired by flattering shapes rooted in a preppy bent, the 60-piece collection makes for the ultimate transition wardrobe, with pieces like jumpsuits, layered skirts, and even military-grade vests which can seamlessly follow you from this summer into fall.

Schuman gushed on her blog about her newest collab, stating: "The entire process has been both an amazing personal and professional experience and I'm so proud of the final products. The attention to refined tailoring, quality materials and universally wearable pieces surpassed my expectations."

As the blogger notes, the line will be "rolled out in three delivery phases, over the next couple of months."

If these pieces are any indication of what's to come, saying we're extremely excited may be an understatement.

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