When people name their favorite fashion shopping sites, it usually goes a little something like this: H&M, Zara, Shopbop, Net-a-Porter, The Outnet, and so on. It's not too often that Amazon comes to mind. However, we think it's high time that it does. After all, the mega-retailer has been expanding its fashion content in recent years, debuting its own line and collaborating with influencers.
It's even growing its presence on Instagram with the Amazon Fashion account, which reposts people's OOTD pictures, linking out to the exact products they're wearing. (It's all very convenient.) We've been taking notice and saving the outfits that inspire us the most. Now, we're ready to share them with you. Keep scrolling to see the 12 items we're buying on Amazon right now (because of Instagram). Each one of the 12 items costs $70 or (much) less. Happy shopping.
Brooke Schulmeister wears a two-piece leopard-print bikini that only costs $17 in total. The top's straps are removable, so you can wear it as a bandeau if you so wish. The high cut of the bottoms looks super flattering.
There's little we love more than a comfy midi skirt. This dark-green one features a polka-dot print and a ruffled waistband. We like the way Rach DiMare paired it with white ankle boots.
This chic beaded bag comes in cream (the color pictured here), green, red, black, and transparent. No matter what color you prefer, the geometric beads and structured shape are sure to win you compliments. We're adding this to our cart as we speak.
This ruffled skirt is the perfect addition to our summer wardrobe. It's light and breezy for wearing on hot days, and its chic leopard print is right on trend. (Although it does come in other prints.)
Hair clips are in, and there's no doubt about it. Amazon has secretly been stocking up on the coolest ones, and they're all budget-friendly. While there are a lot of designs to choose from, the first clips that we're going to add to our carts are chunky, multicolored, and acrylic.
We could live in a cotton maxi dress all summer long. This black short-sleeve dress pairs well with virtually any shoes and accessories, so we're making it our new go-to weekend outfit staple.
We like the idea of mixing up our plain-leather-sandal collection with these studded strappy ones. They're not far off from the other, more traditional styles that we know and love, but they do bring extra oomph thanks to their pretty pearl details.
Let us count the ways we love this one-piece swimsuit. First, we like its deep-cut V-neck. Second, we love the simple nautical stripe print. Third, we like the way it has an attached tie, which cinches the waist, offering a flattering silhouette. Fourth, it costs less than $30. Need we say more?
Vintage-looking, cherry-red cat-eye sunglasses are the Fourth of July outfit accessory that we didn't know we needed. We'll use these as an excuse to put our Amazon Prime account to good use.
Wrap dresses, especially floral-print wrap dresses, have a certain timeless elegance about them. (Maybe that's why French girls love them so much.) This one is only $35, which makes it one of the least-expensive dresses we're shopping this summer.
There's no bag more summery than a straw bag. We like the fact that this one has structured, clean lines, and the circular top handle doesn't hurt either. We'll pair it with the aforementioned wrap dress.
Can you tell we're still loving the whole animal-print trend (leopard print, to be specific)? This short swing dress feels fresh and summery.