Our team of Who What Wear fashion editors are truly the best in the biz when it comes to online shopping. It’s actually part of our jobs to spend hours hunting down the latest trends and the coolest new pieces to drop at retailers. So, if I ever need to turn to someone for shopping advice, I know I’m in good hands if I turn to anyone on our team.
Always curious to find out the fresh finds our editors have their eyes on, I asked them to share the very best items on their radar this month. Here, see their picks that range from cool, affordable basics to the major trends of the moment to amazing investment buys. It goes without saying that my dream shopping list has grown exponentially after seeing these stunning pieces. Ahead, see the best new fashion items this month, according to Who What Wear editors—starting with my personal picks.
Dion Lee Open-Back Plissé-Crepe Halterneck Top ($390)
From the beautiful plissé fabric to the backless turtleneck silhouette, there is so much I love about this stunning top.
Clarks® Originals Wallabees ($150)
The latest shoes I just added into my closet? The iconic Wallabees from Clarks.
Polo Ralph Lauren Crew Socks ($12)
I've been living in tube socks recently and love the idea of slipping into a cool logo pair.
Miaou Imogene Corset ($225)
"From the toile print to the beautiful construction, this top makes me feel like I could be an extra in Bridgerton."
Manu Atelier Naomi Slipper Sandals ($390)
"Spring needs to happen ASAP so I have a legitimate reason to add these stunning sandals to my collection. Those tiny buckles!"
Zara Knit Corset ($40)
"Can you tell I have a thing for corset-inspired details right now? I love the idea of layering this piece over a boxy T-shirt for a cool contrast."
& Other Stories Fitted Mulberry Silk Blend Rib Trousers ($119)
"Knit pants are my new sweatpants. The matching top is also on my list!"
"I think my feet are allergic to heels right now so I'm investing in sneakers in the meantime. The Waffle Racer from Nike is getting a big push right now, so I feel like it's the silhouette to jump on early before it blows up. I already bought the lilac colorway and this blue is just too dreamy."
Bdg Sunray Seamed Mock Neck Top ($44)
"This top looks so expensive, I'm sold."
& Other Stories Oversized Colour Block Overshirt ($149)
"You better believe I bought this jacket so fast and haven't stopped wearing it (even in sunny California)."
A.W.A.K.E. Mode Cutout Satin-Trimmed Wool-Twill Wrap Jacket ($845)
"This blazer is basically a work of art and that's why I love it. The deconstruction is one of the more interesting takes I've seen in a while."
Zara Solid Color Full Length Wide Leg Jeans ($50)
"These bubblegum pink jeans are exactly what I need in my life right now."
Acne Studios Mock Neck Sweater ($340)
"If I'm going to splurge, I want it to be on something I'll wear a ton, like this lightweight sweater. I love how the ribbing resembles plissé pleats."
Charles & Keith Black Quilted Leather Loafers ($79)
"These cute quilted loafers are such a good price, especially given how expensive they look."
The Reformation Milo Top ($148)
"I just needed to share how pretty this top is."
Baum Und Pferdgarten Logo Print Sheer T-Shirt ($101)
"Second-skin tops are a trend I'm intrigued to try this spring, and nothing makes me want to test-drive this trend more than this sheer mock-turtleneck printed top from the rising Scand-brand, Baum und Pfergarten."
Uncommon James Legacy Hoops ($32)
"I love a good pair of statement hoops, and these bad boys made my heart stop on-sight."
For the Ages Upcycled Ineva Baguette Cotton-Blend Bag ($210)
"Who said keeping up with trends couldn't be sustainable? I'm obsessed with this upcycled cotton blend vintage-inspired bag from For The Ages. Not only can I feel good carrying it, but the bubblegum pink hue is very on-trend for spring."
The Drop Phoebe Long Sleeve Turtleneck ($16)
"Those 'second skin' tops reign supreme this season to be worn on their own or layered underneath a jacket or sweater."
& Other Stories Relaxed Cotton Vest ($59)
"I'm still all about the knit vest to bring a forward twist to any look."
Frankie Shop Knitted Cardigan and Tank Set ($175)
"This tank and cardigan set is modern and chic."
Song of Style Bea Boot ($298)
"I haven't been able to stop thinking about these boots ever since they released. They're back for order now, and I think I need them."
House of Sunny Reef Jessie Pants ($117)
"Such a fun and unique print."
H&M Long Cardigan ($24)
"I think this would make a perfect addition to my WFH wardrobe, especially paired with the matching pants."
Tod's Platform Chelsea Boot ($875)
"Good luck trying to get me in heels post-pandemic. I'm only investing in practical shoes, and these beautiful lug-sole boots definitely hit the mark."
Stripe & Stare x Loveshackfancy Blooming Heirloom Cropped Sweat and Shorts ($150)
"This is such a cute pajama set from a brand-new collab—definitely better than my current gray-on-gray sleepwear. I can't wait until it gets warm enough to make the switch from sweatpants to easy, breezy shorts for spring. And no, I'm not going to change out of this set while I WFH."
Who What Wear Marjory Mary Jane Flat ($99)
"Humble brag: Who What Wear shoes are back at Nordstrom. If you follow me on Instagram, you know I have a thing for Mary-Janes, so naturally, I'm all about these super-cute flats."
Jacquemus Open-Back Polo Top ($244)
"I love a cute polo top and this Jacquemus one is absolute perfection. The open back detail takes it to new levels of chic and the pastel pink hue is so pretty."
Who What Wear Terrie Faux Leather Shoulder Bag ($85)
"Let the compliments roll in when you have this beauty of a bag on your shoulder."
Loeffler Randall Roberta Leather Clogs ($350)
"I am definitely getting on the clogs bandwagon this season. This versatile pair will work with everything from jeans to pretty floral dresses."
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