7 Shockingly Affordable Items I Just Spotted Our Editors Wearing

Walking into Who What Wear's West Hollywood office each morning never fails to leave me filled to the brim with outfit inspiration. It's a common occurrence to hear my co-workers doling out outfit compliments to one another or inquiring about where someone's dress or top is from. Call me biased, but my fellow editors are some of the chicest around, so I was curious to see how they'd style the new pieces from our Who What Wear collection

With so many October new arrivals to choose from this month, my fellow editors and I weren't shy about playing favorites. From the leather trend everyone's talking about right now to the outfit-making sweaters that will earn you so many compliments, these are the only fall trends our editors have eyes for. If you're familiar with our line, you'll know that everything from the collection is (as always) available in sizes XS to 4X and under $60, so you can peruse the below editor-approved lineup and shop each piece without breaking your budget.

Ready to usher in some fall pieces to your wardrobe? Scroll down to see how our editors are wearing their favorites from our new arrivals for October, or head to Target stores to check out the designs in person.

Anna LaPlaca, Assistant Fashion Editor

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@anna__laplaca

I'm such a sucker for a leather jacket, so I knew I wanted to try this on the moment I saw it. I have a theory that a cool leather jacket can take an outfit from 0 to 100 in seconds flat—and this one is certainly no exception. Unlike your standard moto-style though, our version has a slouchy, '80s-inspired fit that plays into decade's trending aesthetic. I've worn it nonstop recently and can't tell you how many compliments I've received each time—and people are shocked to know it's only $50. As far as details go, the tortoiseshell buttons and oversize sleeves are just a few of the things that make this piece look far more pricey than it actually is.

Erin Jahns, Beauty Editor

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@erin_jahns

"Lately I've been super into florals (especially printed dresses!), so it was no surprise when I gravitated toward this WWW piece. Normally, I'd go for something a bit more figure-fitting—this dress is super loose and a wee bit tent-like—but I ended up loving how comfortable and flowy the overall feel and look was. The design felt really '60s mod to me (I immediately thought of Jessica Paré's Megan Draper circa Mad Men), so I paired it with my favorite tall white slouchy boots. (I purchased them from Revolve a few months ago, and they're Tony Bianco.) I love this dress because it's literally more comfortable than pajamas but looks pretty and professional so you can throw it on with almost anything and look put together. Oh, and I'm also obsessed with anything that has pockets, and this dress has pockets." 

Courtney Higgs, Associate Beauty Editor

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@court_higgs

"The second I saw this jacket, I knew I wanted to play-up the oversize fit with skinny jeans and a bodysuit. It easily adds an element of style and polish to an otherwise basic outfit. It's pictured as a waist-length jacket, but since I'm only 5'1", it actually falls mid-thigh, which I think makes it look even more sophisticated."

Judith Jones, Market Editor

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@joiedejude

"Leather separates are having a major moment this fall, and I've been looking for a cool shacket that I can wear my jeans and trousers for work. I love the slightly oversize fit of the WWW collection's faux-leather burgundy shirt which looks (and feels) much more expensive than its price tag. It's surprisingly soft and supple for faux leather and it's easy to throw on over jeans and a tee or smart trousers and a blouse. It also looks really cool cinched at the waist with a belt."

Sarah Yang, Managing Editor, The/Thirty

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@sarahayang

"I love the print on this cardigan because it makes any boring outfit a little trendier. Here, I paired it with a white tee and jeans, which I can wear to the office, weekend brunch with friends, or even just running errands—it makes me look more put together without even trying. I can also see myself wearing this on a casual night out with black jeans, too. And from a practicality standpoint, it's warm but not too heavy, and the fabric is soft and not itchy at all."

Kristen Nichols, Managing Editor

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@kristenmarienichols

"I instantly gravitated toward the cool boxy shape and oversized fit of this shacket. Paired with a simple knit sweater, trouser-style jeans, and square-toe boots, it's an outfit essential I'll be wearing on repeat this fall."

Now, more new arrivals from Who What Wear: