I’ll be honest: When I get the itch to shop for something new to wear, I rarely go to Amazon. My first instinct is instead to open up tabs at retailers like H&M, Mango, and Zara, where I’m pretty much guaranteed to uncover a trove of trendy and affordable thrills that will satisfy my shopping urge at that moment. If I do find myself scrolling through Amazon’s fashion section, it’s usually because I’m looking to get my more boring purchases out of the way like stocking up on my everyday hair accessories or going for a re-up on the specific ankle socks I like (I said boring, didn’t I?).
Recently, though, my cart has been home to some far more exciting potential fashion buys. I’ll be skipping my usual haunts for now thanks to the below 29 items that are the proverbial scratch to my current shopping itch. Whether it be the Dickies work pants that are popping up all over Instagram, a new under-$100 It bag, or the sweater-vest I’m texting my sister about, scroll on to see my Amazon shopping list that’s fashion editor–approved.
Dickies Original 874 Work Pant ($23)
I keep seeing fashion people wearing these old-school work pants on Instagram, and they just so happen to be sitting at Amazon.
JW Pei Fei Mini Tote Bag ($90)
When the latest It bag is under $100 and comes in every color and print combination imaginable, you don’t hesitate to buy.
Sangtree Pleated Skirt ($21)
The outfits I have planned in my head with this basic-but-trendy skirt are endless…
Sangtree Pleated Skirt ($21)
…Which is why I plan to stock up on multiple colors.
The Drop Constance Rib Button Down Sweater ($50)
Doesn’t this beige knit set look so expensive?
The Drop Ellison Rib Flare Leg Sweater Pant ($50)
I can see myself wearing this all winter long.
Line & Dot Amanda Sweater Dress ($125)
Ugg Tazz Slipper ($120)
Gigi Hadid and Elsa Hosk wore these platform Uggs, so I went and bought them.
Joey Baby Green Bean Necklace ($35)
Chunky pearl necklaces are my favorite way to elevate any outfit.
Core 10 by Reebok Cozy Quarter-Zip Oversized Sherpa Jacket ($75)
When cool meets cozy.
Levi’s High Waisted Straight Jeans ($42)
This is the perfect light wash if you ask me.
New Balance 574 V2 Evergreen Sneakers ($80)
A fashion-person essential.
Making the Cut Season 2 Episode 6 Winning Look Andrea’s Black Dress ($70)
I don’t know what kind of magic is in this dress, but when I saw our editor Indya feature it in her latest haul, I knew I had to try it.
Amazon Essentials Fisherman Cable Crewneck Sweater ($33)
Cable-knits are having a moment this winter, and I want in.
Ying Ying Chic Leather Faux Collar ($12)
To layer over the above sweater or just a plain T-shirt.
Uaneo Basic Round Neck Sweater Vest ($25)
My sister texted me that she just ordered this sweater-vest, and now I’m inclined to do the same.
Sam Edelman Samira Fashion Boot ($82)
I’ve been eyeing these for a hot minute, so I think the time is right.
The Drop Bella Small Tote Bag ($40)
Commuting back into the office has made me realize that I’m in desperate need of a functional-but-cool work tote.
English Factory Striped Knit Zip Pullover ($88)
The latest micro-trend I keep seeing everywhere.
The Drop Natalie V-Neck Lace Trimmed Camisole Tank Top ($35)
The topic of our office’s latest shopping-related Slack conversation? This lace cami.
The Drop Amy Fitted Turtleneck Ribbed Sweater ($40)
When it comes to winter staples, a ribbed turtleneck is pretty much number one.
The Drop Oversized Shirt Jacket ($70)
Because shackets are basically a staple at this point.
Franco Sarto Balin Loafers ($87)
Chunky loafers have my heart right now.
MDR Distributors Heavy Cotton Socks ($24)
Well, these look comfy.
Goodthreads Seersucker Long Sleeve Oversized Side Button Shirt ($33)
I could always use more oversize button-downs.
Jockey Space Dye Striped Sports Bra ($14)
The kind of simple bralette I want to wear with the above shirt and a pair of relaxed trousers.
Goodthreads Lightweight Poplin Long-Sleeve Oversized Boyfriend Shirt ($30)
I’ll take on in every color, please.
Glitzall Cloud Dumpling Bag ($30)
The name cloud dumpling bag just makes me smile.
Butaby Rectangle Sunglasses ($14)
I reach for these more often than my designer pairs, so it couldn’t hurt to stock up.
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