I Just Found the Most Expensive-Looking Fall Items for $150 and Under

Aralyn Beaumont
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This time each year, I'm usually in the UK visiting family. After a hot California summer, I always welcome spending time in a place that has a quintessential fall, where the weather dips below 70 degrees, the leaves change color., and I get to bundle up in all the sweaters, scarves, and coats I want. Before I leave, there's one retailer I always stop by to stock up on my cool-weather essentials: Uniqlo. Though I don't get to visit the UK this year, I'm not skipping out on paying the retailer a visit, especially not when there's a buzzy new collaboration designed by JW Anderson. It's the Northern Irish designer's fourth F/W collection with Uniqlo, and the pieces are, as always, destined to sell out fast. I'm telling you, these are the cozy items you won't want to be without this fall. Keep scrolling to see my favorites.


Uniqlo Soutien Collar Coat ($150)

Uniqlo Double Face Belted Coat ($150)

Uniqlo Pile Lined Fleece Collarless Coat ($60)

Uniqlo Pile Lined Fleece Blouson ($60)


Uniqlo Rayon Striped Long-Sleeve Long Shirt ($40)

Uniqlo Turtleneck Long-Sleeve Sweater ($50)

Uniqlo Turtleneck Long-Sleeve Sweater ($50)

Uniqlo Cropped Crew Neck Long-Sleeve Sweater ($50)

Uniqlo Souffle Yarn Crew Neck Long-Sleeve Sweater ($40)


Uniqlo Belted Pleated Long-Sleeve Dress ($60)

Uniqlo Rayon Stand Collar Long-Sleeve Shirt Dress ($50)


Uniqlo Souffle Yarn Wide Pants ($50)

Uniqlo Relaxed Drawstring Wide Fit Pants ($50)

Uniqlo Relaxed Striped Drawstring Wide Fit Pant ($50)

Uniqlo Relaxed Wide Cropped Pants ($50)

Uniqlo Design Hem Skirt ($50)


Uniqlo Wool Blend Brushed Scarf ($20)

Uniqlo Backpack ($50)

Uniqlo Socks ($5)

Uniqlo Socks ($5)

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