I'm Currently on a Shopping Hiatus, But These 31 Items Are Testing My Willpower

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My desire to reside in an effortlessly minimalistic space is requiring a lot of discipline given the fact my fiancé and I have a one-bedroom apartment in Williamsburg and quite a lot of things. Our building used to be a bourbon distillery (I know, I know. Cue Williamsburg-cliché eye roll), which comes with industrial perks like high ceilings with exposed beams and enormous windows. The downsides: a rather humble closet, very little bathroom storage, and the kind of square footage that's only acceptable in New York City.

My solution to the disharmony between our lack of storage and desired home aesthetic is not, as it turns out, the recently available storage closet in our building (that can be purchased for a truly appalling $80,000), but a far less fun shopping hiatus while I whittle down my possessions to only the things I truly love.

The trouble is, as I reluctantly choose between my many pairs of (admittedly quite similar) black sandals and finish all my half-empty sunscreens, this job of mine slaps me in the face with tempting new things on the daily. While I am not—I repeat, I am not—buying anything until further notice, these delightful fashion and beauty finds do objectively deserve a spot in my now ruthlessly curated wardrobe and medicine cabinet. May they tempt you as much as they're tempting me.

Mytheresa is having a sale for Memorial Day weekend, and items like this Christopher Esber one-piece for 30% off are testing my willpower.

This iconic Staud bag is already a steal, and now it's also 30% off.

40% off Ganni is all you really need to know, but also, the proportions of this dress are *chef's kiss.*

I have a slight impulse control problem when it comes to Nanushka, and the 30% discount on this perfect, summer-ready, silk-blend blazer makes it even harder to pass up.

These 30%-off Balmain platform slides really deserve to be taken to lunch.

One last Mytheresa PSA: It's never a bad time to snap up these editor-favorite jeans for 40% off. Okay, I'm done.

In other news, it looks like my search for the perfect vintage-inspired statement ring has come to a delightful end.

Emma Lewisham's delicious, natural skincare is honestly the exception to my shopping ban, but only because I refuse to be without her products, and the eco-friendly refills mean it's technically not a new purchase. The perfect workaround.

Carrie Bradshaw in her prime would 100% own these shoes, and I'm not taking any questions.

Further evidence that something really good is going on over at Jimmy Choo this season.

The structured wooden handles make this straw tote feel extra elevated.

Big thanks to my fellow editor Natalie Gray Herder for putting this swimsuit on my radar.

A cult fave from Joanna Vargas. If you're not already keeping them in the fridge, you're welcome for the tip.

When you're feeling a closed-toe heel, but it's also (finally) summer.

I dare you to wear these and not feel joyful.

These are kind of like a fisherman sandal 2.0. (That means they're different enough from the brown fisherman sandals I already own, yes?)

I honestly feel like I can justify restocking some of my favorite Supergoop! sunscreens considering how cute this Vineyard Vines collab is.

A few quick picks I spotted on Rent the Runway—obviously, these are $0 to borrow if you have a membership, or you can snap them up to keep forever.

Another example of a super-saturated, cropped knit tank that's making me happy this summer. 

This Staud bag is big summer energy. (FYI, you can use the promo code WWW30 for 30% off two months of Rent the Runway's eight-item plan.)

A moment for bralettes that extend to your mid-ribs and never ride up.

I love a box-chain necklace. (And I really love being able to choose the length.)

Every summer, there's that one tank you wear on repeat, and this, my friends, is it.

Moisturizing, exfoliating, and smells like coconuts.

This feels like the year I'm grown-up enough to carry a bag this polished.

When you find the perfect, seamless, everyday undies, buy more than one pair.

I vote for wooden satchels and wearing them with every summer outfit possible.