I'm Only Interested in Pieces That I'll Never Want to Take Off—These 16 Are It

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To no one's surprise, I've spent much of this year shopping, but the way I shop is different now. I've come up with a strategy that ensures my clothes don't sit in my closet tagged and unworn. Before swiping my credit card, I have to think of three ways to style the item I want to buy. This method doesn't completely eliminate impulsive purchases from my bank statements, but it helps. Following this new line of thinking may sound like a challenge, and it is. But it's much easier when you focus on polished basics that don't go out of style. Jenni Kayne has mastered the art of stylish staples, and its new arrivals prove it. Puffer coats, cashmere knitwear, and lug-sole boots are just some of the pieces you'll find below. Are you prepared to discover seasonal basics that you'll never want to take off? If the answer is yes, just keep scrolling.




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Aniyah Morinia
Associate Branded Content Editor
Aniyah Morinia is an NYC-based associate beauty and fashion editor at Who What Wear. She has worked in fashion media since 2018 and joined WWW's branded content team, where she not only writes for some of her favorite brands but also creates content for them. Aniyah will find any excuse to get a photo of her outfit and absolutely loves taking photos. She graduated from the University of Florida in 2020 with a bachlor's degree in public relations and started post-grad life freelancing for EveryStylishGirl, Riot Swim, and Baby Tress. Since starting at Who What Wear, Aniyah has developed a passion for hosting livestreams, working red carpets, and creating TikToks in addition to writing fashion and beauty stories. When Aniyah's not writing or creating content, you can find her exploring Brooklyn and eating her way through the city. She'll never pass up the opportunity to uncover an NYC hidden gem or mix and mingle with her friends (all while swapping holy-grail products, of course).