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I've Worked in Fashion for 10 Years—Here's Everything I Want to Buy Now

If I had to guess the total number of minutes I've spent in my career online shopping, whether for work or for personal, I have to imagine the number may be around six bajillion. It’s what I do all day every day, so you can bet I’ve formed some opinions on the best retailers, brands, and trends out there. So, just for fun, and because I thought you might enjoy it too, I put together my current wish list of the items haunting my online shopping carts. Since I can’t possibly buy them all, go ahead, take a scroll, and shoot me a DM about what I should pull the trigger on. Won’t you be my shopping enabler?

Under-$100 Funsies

Your jeans are waiting for this.

The perfect knit camisole does not exi…

Easy and cool and $35. What more is there to say?

Wear it to work out. Wear it to disco. Just don't wear it without me; mine is coming in the mail!

Under-the-Radar Brands

This super-new Los Angeles brand only offers three products. I have my eye on this super-deep plunge, all the better to show off my new long necklace with.

Who knew denim could be reworked in a way that feels fresh? And here I thought I'd seen it all.

This French brand's slippers always sell out fast.

Some Super-Strong Outerwear

It's a triple C: cool club (kid) coat.

Cow print is the new leopard print, ya heard?

Feels vintage. Feels festive. Done deal.

Just a Strong, Passionate Need

Solid gold means you'll have this for life.

Spoiler: I did actually buy these. The black version is really nice too.

Is it sad that I want to use this earring as a conversation starter?

My future businesswoman pants!

The quintessential '80s dress feels very right now again. This one by Jonathan Simkhai is particularly appealing. 

You can always count on Amber Sceats to have a fresh take on the trends.

Every time I see our editor wear these, I am compelled to compliment her.

Don't let me hold you back—you can mix and match the charms! 

Next up: Check out the $33 pants I wore for 72 hours straight

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