Items

I Work in Fashion and Always Save on These 4 Items (But Splurge on These 3)

I’ve been following San Francisco–based stylist and designer Amber Richele or a while now. Her inspiring Instagram feed is a master class in high-low style. It’s really no surprise that she just gets it when you consider she has cool personal style mixed with the fact that she also works in the fashion industry. Fun fact: She’s a visual merchandiser for J.Crew and the owner and designer of her own namesake label.

Given her heightened sartorial point of view with high-low styling, I thought it could be intriguing to tap her for insights into the items she thinks are worth saving on, along with the pieces she’s okay with splurging on from time to time thanks to their timelessness and cost per wear. Of course, the items in question are all based on her own preferences, and your clothing mix should always be based on what works

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27 Items I’m Shopping From Amazon That Really Need No Explanation

Maybe it’s annoying, but I’m always Slacking my co-workers with links to the cool items I find online. But hey, can you blame me? I’m constantly on my laptop finding cute stuff that I think we’d all appreciate! My favorite site for all the things? Amazon. I’m pretty positive that my whole closet, shoe rack, bikini drawer—basically anything that’s in my apartment—is from the retailer. From five-star reviewed dresses and tops to top-rated shoes and handbags, its selection is so good I don’t even need to explain why I’m always adding everything to my cart. Here are the 27 items I’ve recently slacked my co-workers. 

Clothing

The Drop Nicole Crew Neck Muscle Tank Top ($18)

The Drop Maxine Short Sleeve Square Neck Button Front Rib Cardigan ($30)

Amazon Essentias Drawstring Linen Wide Leg Pant ($25)

Daily Ritual Jersey Mock-Neck Maxi Dress ($28)

Lark & Ro Camisole Top ($8)

The

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