Our editors are true shopping experts. Taking a spin through their stories I’m always inspired by the cool fashion finds our team uncovers, so make a point of tapping them to find out which pieces are on their radar at the moment. Believe me, you’ll find plenty of chats in my Slack messages about our latest fashion discoveries. So what are the very best new fashion items so far this month? Ahead, our editors are sharing their top picks.
With varying takes on personal style, our picks range from minimal trendy basics to bold, bright prints, so you’re sure to find some items that fit into your sense of style. One thing is for certain, these pieces are all worth checking out and I don’t think they’ll be in stock for long. Here, the very best fashion finds this month, starting with my personal picks.
"My mind is swirling with how many ways there are to wear this knit bra top: underneath a sheer top, layered over a knit dress in the same color, or styled with a boxy blazer and trousers. It's $18 of pure joy."
"I'm planning my honeymoon, so even though spring is here I'm already dreaming of summer. This Jacquemus hat has been on my wishlist for a while now and I recently made the purchase. Just imagine how perfect this would look with your beach fit."
"Silk scarves have always been a style staple for me, but there's so much more available on the market right now. I'll probably wear this as a headscarf, but you could tie it as a top or add it to your favorite handbag too."
"Reformation makes some of my most-worn jeans, and I simply can't get over how good the print on this pair is. I also love how even though it's a funky design, the colors are neutral, so you can still get maximum wear out of them—which is something I'm always on the fence about when buying more 'out-there' pieces!"
"These cushy thong sandals not only look elevated (anyone else getting The Row vibes?) but they're altogether on trend for the warm season ahead and will work with just about anything in my wardrobe. Not bad for $46."
"It's not hyperbolic to say that I have not been able to stop thinking about tie-up slip skirts—from Musier's viral version to Christopher Esber, this trend has got me in a serious bind. But I refused to splurge on it, so I felt I unearthed a hidden gem when I found this affordable version."