I Was Shocked Too—These Low-Key Luxe Items Don't Cost More Than $100

Looking like you have an expensive wardrobe doesn't mean you have to wear head-to-toe designer. In fact, we've gotten so good at finding luxe-looking items for less that we've challenged ourselves to an under-$100 price point. The trick to this low-key or "quiet", as we like to call it, luxury look is simple pieces that look as if they have the best quality. Instead of flashy colors and bold shapes, opt for classic staples that can be styled together effortlessly. 

Ahead, shop the items we discovered that look triple the price but are actually all under $100. From tailored trousers to coveted sweater styles, this shopping haul is one that is worth every penny, for stocking up on a spree like this will result in one of the most well-rounded wardrobes around.

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Editorial Director

Lauren Eggertsen is currently the editorial director of Who What Wear and has worked at the company for over eight years, where she started as an associate editor and has since worked her way up. Lauren has over 10 years of experience in the fashion editorial space, starting her career with internships at Marc Jacobs, Marie Claire, and The Zoe Report, where she was later hired as their editorial assistant. Lauren has worked in the Los Angeles and New York Who What Wear offices but currently calls L.A. home. It is here where she leads and manages Who What Wear's fashion team and oversees all day-to-day editorial content and large tentpole moments. This includes all of the runway, trend, and shopping-driven content that ultimately helps to build a strong brand reputation within the industry. Lauren's role also includes helping to set the fashion direction for all original photo shoots and often styles many of the celebrity cover shoots, including big names like Kaia Gerber, Normani, and Kristen Stewart.

She has also attended multiple fashion weeks, including New York, London, Milan, and Paris, where her personal style has been featured on sites such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, and Elle. She prides herself on discovering and supporting small brands and on her knack for a good vintage shopping find. When she isn't working, she enjoys researching and dining at reputable restaurants around both her neighborhood and the globe.