Shop Every New Trend Fashion Girls Are Wearing, But for Under $200

If you’re ready to tap into the biggest trends on the street style scene at the moment, we’re rounding them up here. Even better, we’ve sourced pieces from retailers across the internet at affordable price points—so you can try out a trend without investing too heavily before you’ve been able to test it for yourself IRL.

Right now is an especially great time to try out some of the new fashion trends. With fashion month, we’re seeing a healthy influx of great new outfit ideas. But also, it’s officially fall now, which means it’s the time to order all of your new-season essentials like boots and cozy layers before they sell out. Ahead, I’m breaking down the buzziest pieces we’re seeing in the closets of fashion girls, but all with price points ringing in at under $200.

Link Necklace



Layered pendant necklaces are being replaced by chain-link styles for the season ahead.

Buy the exact style from the photo above.

Bike Shorts



We've been seeing bike shorts gain popularity over the last few months, but now that they're all over the runways, it's confirmed that they're here to stay.

I own this pair and wear them for working out, but I'm also planning to layer a blazer over them outside of the gym.

Here's a longer style that hits just above the knee.

Puffy Sleeves



With the return on the '80s, sleeves keep growing in size. The bigger the better.

Wear this top with tailored trousers.

Shades like lavender might seem better suited to spring, but sorbet shades are everywhere this fall.

Western Boots



Cowboy boots are definitely the It shoes right now. If you're not ready to invest in an expensive pair, try out an affordable style.

Make a bold statement with this red pair.

Here's a great under-$100 pair to wear with everything from jeans to long dresses.

Turtleneck Dress



This Jacquemus turtleneck dress is all over the street style scene, but I've found other affordable options to get a similar look.

Try belting yours with a waist-cinching style or a chain version.

Wear yours with sandals now and boots when the temperatures start to dip.