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The Most Expensive-Looking $100 Pieces to Buy Online Right Now

Finally, a price tag we can get behind.

By: Tara Gonzalez
Photography: Daniel Kim

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Online shopping is one of the greatest inventions of all time. It’s essentially unlimited window shopping that allows you to browse hundreds of items in minutes across tens of open tabs. You can add things into your shopping cart endlessly without actually buying them. You can also listen to your impulses, order something incredible, forget about it for a minute, and then receive it in the mail on the day you need it most. (Nothing is better than getting a perfect piece on a bad day.)

The only drawback–of course–is that our wallets are rarely as overstuffed as our virtual shopping carts. However, another highlight of online shopping is the wide range of price points (and sales!!!) that abound. There’s a surprising number of finds that cost around $100, which is a price tag we’re not mad about. Here are our top 10 picks from our favorite shopping sites that will only set you back a Benjamin, give or take a couple bucks.

 

Yellow Wrap Puffer Jacket, $110: With fall finally here and winter not so far away, a good puffer jacket is a necessity–especially now that they’re back in style in a big way. Even if we’re dreaming about a red Balenciaga or a Vinyl blue Vetements puffer, we’re also aware that there are a ton of other ones out there for a fraction of the price. This Topshop one has a great shape and comes in an unexpected color that we have a feeling will be everywhere next season.

 

Taylor Black Puffy Sleeve Button Shirt, $109.00: Move over LBD, some LBTs (little black tops) are all we really need in our closets. A black top will make any outfit instantly chic and can go with almost everything you own. If you’re in a rush to get ready and you just grab a black top and a couple other pieces off your floor—chances are you’ll look great and put-together. This particular one has great statement sleeves and buttons—on the back!—which make it both a classic and a statement piece.

 


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H&M Long Pile Coat, $99 (but on sale for $79!): If you’re a little iffy about the change of seasons, some really good outerwear should be enough to change your mind on falling temperatures. This H&M long pile coat is the stuff of dreams and looks like the physical equivalent of a huge teddy-bear hug. The original price is $99, which is already incredible, but it’s also on sale at the moment for $79 (!!!). You know what to do.

 

High Rise Trousers w/ belt, $69.90, Faux Fur Mini Cap, $29.90: Since checkered blazers have been everywhere for the past month, chances are you most likely own one (and if you don’t, Zara also has a great one). The best way to complete the look is with a matching pair of pants. With a price tag just under $70, the pants are so affordable you can also throw in a Faux Fur mini cap for a very cute look all French girls would approve of.

 

J.Crew Ruffled cotton-poplin wrap skirt, $100: Just because it’s getting colder doesn’t mean you have to put away all your maxi dresses or long skirts. This J.Crew wrap skirt would look perfect with a chunky sweater and a great pair of thigh-high boots.

 

Callipygian Cotton Fleece Open Back Sweatshirt$85: Nothing is better than a cozy sweater on a cold fall night or a brisk winter morning, but since it also covers you up completely, it’s not the sexiest look. This OC sweater looks just as cozy but also has a completely open back with a ribbon tie—proof that you don’t have to always compromise between comfort and showing a little bit of skin.

 

Misbhv Warszawa print sleeveless top, $94: Misbhv is one of our favorite brands right now, and if you don’t know who they are yet, you have to go on their website and browse all of their incredible collections. Now is also a great time to stock up on their pieces before they’re everywhere, and this sleeveless top is a great starting point. It’s also a great transitional piece; you can wear a great turtleneck or long-sleeve top underneath it for now, and then just wear it by itself when spring comes back around.

 

Adam Selman x Le Specs The Last Lolita Cat Eye Sunglasses, $77: This pair of Adam Selman x Le Specs sunglasses has been worn by everyone, everywhere, because they are just so, so good. Not only do they look good on everyone’s face shape, they look good with every outfit imaginable. They’re also sold out wherever you look, but what most people don’t know is Matches frequently restocks them and offers them at the best price. So go ahead and add yourself to the notification list—these sunglasses are not to be missed.

 

Acne Studios Floral Niola Tights, $60: We’re allowed to hold on to our skirts and shorts all season as long as we have a good pair of tights to wear underneath. But plain black tights can feel like a drag when you’re just wearing them underneath to keep warm and not because you actually like how they add to the look. These floral Acne tights will absolutely add another layer or something to every outfit, and at just $60 a pair, you can get them in both black and light green for unlimited outfit options.

 

Blank Denim Mid Rise Vegan Leather Skinny Pants, $97.50: Leather pants have been a thing forever, and they make anything look badass. As amazing as they are, they also tend to be pretty pricey. These Blank Denim ones are made with vegan leather (yay!), and they’ll look incredible paired with any other item on this list.

 

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