Anyone else go way over their budget on gifts, fancy holiday dinners, winter getaways, and festive attire over the holidays? Perhaps, I’m not alone! So how do we reinvigorate our wardrobes in 2020 when we’re longing to look and feel newly refreshed, utterly stylish, and perfectly on-trend this year without spending our entire paycheck? Luckily, I’ve searched high and low to bring you the freshest new pieces that not only hit some of 2020’s biggest trends but are also very favorably priced at under $100. (Insert happy face emoji here!) From luxe-looking leather separates that will incite major likes on Instagram to insanely pretty blouses for a new year at work, and the chicest new shoes for putting your right foot forward this year, scroll below for all the coolest ways to look chic in 2020 for under $100.
Leather separates continue to be a huge trend in 2020. While black remains a staple, we’re seeing colorful iterations this year that will add a luxe touch to any outfit.
Who What Wear Puff Elbow Sleeve Scoop Neck Cropped Blouse ($33)
Zara Faux Leather Shorts ($40)
Heeled loafers are back for 2020. Wear them in cool textures such as mock croc paired with your tights, trousers, or skirts while it’s still cold out.
ASOS Heeled Loafers in Conker Croc ($48)
Louise et Cie Lanton Lafer Pumps ($84)
Long, Billowy Dress
The coolest new dress style to wear in 2020 is long, billowy, trapeze-like frocks that hang loose from the collarbone to calf. Pair with combat boots in winter and strappy sandals when it becomes warm again.
H&M Wide-Cut Dress ($50)
Glamorous Tiered Maxi Smock Dress ($76)
Want to add a refreshingly modern touch to your outfit in 2020? Opt for a waistcoat. Whether you wear it as part of a three-piece suit, or mismatch one with a midi skirt and blouse; the humble vest will add a dapper flair to your outfit.
Unique21 Linen Suit Vest ($45)
Mango Check Suit Vest ($50)
Chunky Chain-Link Necklace
If you haven’t already jumped on the trending chunky chain necklace trend, now’s the perfect time. The bold necklace continues to gain full steam in the coming seasons; throw it on over your white tee this year for an easy, fashion-forward statement.
Pixie Market Gold Chain Choker Necklaxe ($32)
Pixie Market Silver Chain Choker Necklace ($32)
The coolest way to tote around all your day-to-day essentials (and all those beauty stocking stuffers you just received) is in a larger-than-life handbag. This is one of the most popular bag trends we saw on the S/S 20 runways.
Mango Croc-Effect Bag ($60)
If you're already bored of all your trousers this season, opt for a chic pair of long Bermuda shorts instead. Yes, it's still freezing out but wear them over tall leather boots to keep you toasty. And when spring arrives, sport them with your sandals.
Zara Faux Leather Shorts ($40)
Looking for an easy way to amp up your outfits this year? Opt for a vibrant tangerine hue. The color was omnipresent on the runways and is flattering on every skin tone. You'll be sure to make a statement while being entirely on trend.
Marina Rinaldi Aereo Sweater ($555)
A Statement Blouse
Whether you go for a ruffle collar, a tie-neck ribbon, or puff sleeves, a statement blouse is a chic way to add some oomph to your outfit this year. Opt for statement details, cool prints, or a bold color.
Topshop Tie Neck Dobby Blouse ($75)
This year is all about upcycled and vintage denim—jeans that feel lived in like you just pulled them out of a thrift store.
Standards & Practices Release Hem Denim Culottes ($78)
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