All I've Done Over Break Is Shop—43 Finds I Can't Stop Telling My Family About

Never have I felt more like I'm in the exact right job than over the last week. You see, a large part of my workday is spent shopping online, but the second I got some time off, when I'm supposed to completely separate myself from work, I spent the entire time, well, shopping online. 

Time and again over the last seven days, I've found myself defaulting to my favorite retailers, scrolling through Nordstrom, Zara, Moda Operandi, Net-a-Porter, Mango, and more. And while I know I shouldn't be spending given my recent holiday shopping, all this retailer snooping is making it extremely difficult to resist. To keep me from bothering my family one more time with a bunch of links they don't much care for, I'm instead sharing them below. Scroll for the 43 items I discovered over winter break that I can't stop talking about. 

You heard it here first: Zermatts are the new Bostons.

There's not a single pair of cashmere pants that I don't want. 

The only statement jewelry item I need.

I don't know what I have to do, but I'm going to get my hands on this jacket. End of story. 

The perfect long-sleeve top doesn't exist... oh wait.

Celebs like EmRata and Ashley Olsen love these.

If you've been obsessing over Loewe's puffer bomber jacket as much as I have, you'll love this far more affordable option from Topshop.

The 3D flower trend is still going strong. 

Someone help, my jaw is on the floor. 

I swear I talk about these on a daily basis. 

Cashmere socks are the definition of luxury.

Don't sleep on this year-round staple.

Okay, so I already own this one. But the black version is next on my list.  

Something about a silver belt feels so chic. 

It's boot, and therefore bootcut, season.

It doesn't get easier than an LBD.

I haven't stopped thinking about this velvet Jodie since I spotted it a few months ago.

It doesn't get classier than this. 

This set is going from wishlist to wardrobe very soon. 

The easiest layering piece since fitted turtlenecks.

Skip the minis—the maxi denim skirt trend is next-level cool. 

If you hate pretty things, keep scrolling. 

Shop the matching Cindy Corset ($169).

Bring some shape back to your blazer collection.