Given that we look at clothing and accessories day in day out, your trusty Who What Wear editors have a keen understanding of the best pieces on the market. We take into account fabric, price point, cut, and style when picking products for you, dear reader, and as you can imagine, we’re no less stringent when it comes to our own purchases.
Ahead, the pieces that we couldn’t resist adding to our cart this month!
Maryam Nassir Zadeh Sophie Slide Platforms ($360)
"I’ll wear these with everything I own—at work and on the weekend, which is justification enough to go through with the splurge!" — Nicole Kleist
ASOS 70s Lace Front Top ($51)
"I'm in the mood for anything lace-up lately, and this ’70s-inspired ASOS top is calling my name. I particularly adore the bell sleeves on this one. Plus, you can't beat that price!" — Carson Olivares
Tibi Sawyer Slides ($425)
“I had to buy these ornate slides before they sold out (and I'm sure they will!). They're almost too pretty to wear, but wear them I will.” — Allyson Payer
Lila Rice Crescent Hoops ($106)
“I’ve never owned a pair of big hoop earrings in my life, so I figured now is a good time to start! I like how these feel artsy and unique while still having the alluring appeal of hoop earrings.” — Kat Collings
Axel Arigato Low Sneakers ($180)
“I wear a clean white sneaker almost every day, but I love that these from new Swedish shoe label Axel Arigato give the classic silhouette an updated twist with the marble soles.” — Bobby Schuessler
Tbags Los Angeles Lucja Dress ($203)
“I think this dress from Tbags Los Angeles is technically a swimsuit cover-up, but that's not going to stop me from wearing it to every fancy dinner party I'm going to this summer! It makes me wish all my dresses had detachable pom-poms.” — Meghan Blalock
Nike Juvenate Sneakers ($85)
“I fell hard for these Nike sneakers. They're so lightweight it's like wearing a pair of really stylish socks. It was a tough call between the wolf gray and pure platinum… so I went home with both!” — Michelle Scanga
Mark and Graham Piazza Zip Pouch ($79)
“While researching gifts for this story, I came across these amazing pouches from Mark and Graham. In the name of 'research,' I ordered a monogrammed one for myself. Turns out it's even nicer (and more expensive-looking) than it appears on the site, and I plan to use it as a clutch!” — Nicole Akhtarzad
What's your favorite item from this roundup? Let us know in the comments below!