5 Items You Can Always Buy For Under $100

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As we've discussed before, knowing when to spend and when to save on fashion can be tricky. While it's probably pretty obvious by now that it makes sense to spend a little more on classic pieces, while saving on more of-the-moment trends, today we're getting even more specific.

We consulted our resident style advisor Marissa Webb, who shared with us her tips for budget spending—namely, the five items you can always find for under $100. Some of her picks might surprise you.

Keep scrolling to see (and shop!) what Marissa Webb recommends buying for under $100!

Jewellery is a great way to update your wardrobe every season. You can easily find great pieces without spending a fortune.

Aside from jewellery, try scarves and belts!

I'm personally a big denim wearer. I don't care what brand I'm wearing, as long as they have a great fit. I've spent way under $100 on some of my favourites pairs of jeans.

I can never have enough white tops in a wide variety of styles. They're something you can wear all year-round. If I love one, often I'll pick up two in different sizes: one for a true fit and the other larger one for an oversized boyfriend or tunic feel. White tops are very versatile and usually quite affordable.

I love a T-shirt that has texture and feels more elevated, but at the same time is extremely easy and comfortable for everyday wear. I stock up on linen and linen-cotton blend T-shirts for that reason. You can certainly find these for a great price in a variety of sleeve lengths, colours, and prints.

Meghan Blalock
Managing Editor

Hailing from the heart of the South and cutting her teeth on the mean streets of New York, Meghan has six years of experience covering fashion, style, celebrities, culture, and human behavior. A longtime devotee of rap music, tacos, and generally perfect weather, she is excited to put down roots in Los Angeles. Her top three style staples are a good pair of cutoff shorts, virtually any kind of colorful digi-print, and a solid set of shades.