See What Our Editors Bought This Month--Under $100
From the chicest plaid finds to the most amazing studded loafers, click through now to see what we bought this month (under $100!)—warning: there's a good chance these picks will land in your shopping bag too!
Check Chiffon Midi Kilt ($96)
“One look at this sweetly feminine skirt and I knew it was time for me to hop onto the plaid bandwagon.”
Capri Stationery ($96)
“I stocked up on my favorite stationery this month. It’s so classic, it will never go out of style.”
Openweave Scarf ($58) in Willow Bough
"I can't wait to throw this guy on while I'm home in Kansas this weekend."
Crinkle Boy Shirt ($90) in Red
“I love plaid for fall. This shirt is a classic, all-American plaid, and is perfect for the weekend or the office.”
Trooper Socks ($12)
“Camouflage makes me feel tough, even though I’m totally not. Once it gets cool enough in L.A., I'll wear these peeking out of my favorite pair of chunky ankle boots.”
Long Sleeve T-Shirt ($72)
“I have so many striped shirts its kind of crazy. This one is the kind that will last forever, though. I like to wear it with old Levis, a moto jacket, and some white Keds—it’s kind of Ramones-y.”
Studded Moccasins ($99)
"Flats aren't normally my thing, but these studded loafers are the perfect amalgam of '80s prep and punk."
“I'm always looking for a good waterproof eyeliner that doesn't smudge. I especially love the texture of this gel crayon because it glides on so smoothly!”
Staple Earrings ($40 each) in Yellow Gold
“I love how these Kathleen Whitaker stitch earrings are just a whisper of an accessory. I think they'd be great for a second piercing too.”
Bien Fait Sweatshirt ($75)
"Now that it's cooling down I feel less guilty about wearing all black, and this little French-y sweatshirt is going to help me do just that."
“Ladies, all the ladies...are blowing up my iTunes. It may be fall in LA—at least I think it is? This NYC transplant is still unsure, but there's still plenty of sun to roll the windows down and blast the musical stylings of these talented chicks.”