I Put Together a List of My Favorite Under-$70 Items And I Thought I’d Share

As a fashion editor, a big part of my daily work involves online shopping and curating shopping options for my stories that will (hopefully) inspire your next purchase. But I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t sometimes put together a personal shopping list for myself just for fun. Because, yes, shopping is one of my favorite pastimes. So the topic of today’s list involves just that, an edit of all the winter-ready pieces I’m eyeing for the season ahead, with a little help from our namesake clothing line.

Speaking of our line, I pretty much know the collection front to back since I’m always writing about it and test-driving my favorite pieces, so the following list represents all the pieces I’m most excited about. It includes a mix of trendier things like a pretty puff-sleeve mini dress and a cool patent-finish puffer jacket as well as some updated basics like a printed turtleneck and the cropped cardigan our whole editorial team is in love with. True to form, nothing here tops $70 and everything is offered from sizes XS to 4X so even though it’s my personal wishlist, I know these pieces truly work for everyone.

It doesn’t get any easier than a fall-ready shacket.

You have to click in to see how pretty this texture is.

Quilted jackets are the coat trend that’s quietly taking over Instagram. 

It’s the alligator print for me.

Our whole team is obsessed with this chunky knit cardigan, myself included.

Find a cooler puffer coat… I’ll wait.

Not your average black blazer.

The kind of top that makes jeans look all the cooler.

Worth setting your jeans aside for.

I live in turtlenecks in the winter and have a feeling this one will get a lot of wear.

Just add black boots.

Wide-leg pants are the chic option that are replacing the skinny jeans in my closet.

The balloon sleeves and mock neck make this sweatshirt look so elevated.

Winter is coming: here’s the loungewear look I’m already planning.

No boring puffers in 2020.

Just think how good this will look with black jeans.

The utility-inspired pockets make these simple black pants feel fresher.

Our editors Courtney and Jasmine are equally as enamored with this pretty knit.

One more pair of wide-leg pants I need you to see before you go.

I’ve never met a ribbed knit sweater I didn’t like.

Next up, 8 items our editors are wearing that look luxurious (but don’t exceed $70).