10 Under-$100 Pieces Fashion Editors Are Buying In The New Year

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We all appreciate designer goods, but most of the time we bank on affordable finds to get us through our regularly scheduled shopping urges. Since we’re always privy to the latest and greatest (our job is really tough), we’re sharing our favorite under-$100 fashion picks of the moment, from gorgeous separates to killer accessories. Don’t forget to check back monthly for a new wave of hits, hand-selected by Team Zoe.

Miroslava Duma. Photo: Vanessa Jackman.

Editor's Under-$100 Fashion Picks

"This knit belt is the perfect iteration of the corset trend. I'll wear it over silk blouses or poplin shirting with cigarette pants."

—Nicky Deam, Editorial Director

Babaton Essamba Knit Top, $65

"I'm just obsessed with Frankie Shop! Their affordable handbags tend to appear more luxe than others at a comparable price point. This one adds a little understated, seasonal flair to any outfit."

—Erin Nicole, Lifestyle Editor Frankie Shop Fur Handle Camel Bag, $95

"I'm revamping my knitwear collection and this bell-sleeve turtleneck is an ideal silhouette for maximum versatility. I can wear it with slim trousers and a heeled loafer at work, over a fitted skirt with heels for date night or with straight-leg jeans and ankle boots to go the off-duty route."

—Laura Lajiness, Fashion Editor

Pixie Market Bell-Sleeve Turtleneck Sweater, $95

"Balenciaga has officially made me a believer in the white boot. Since I know it's a highly trendy item, I don't want to spend a ton. After extensive research, this H&M style is the pair I have my eye on."

—Leah Benzie, Social Media Editor

H&M Leather Shoe Boots, $70

"I love wearing gold stackable rings on just about every finger for a dainty yet dressed-up look. This customizable heart-shaped ring is the perfect addition to my daily rotation."

—Alyson Fishbein, Senior Manager, Social Media

Catbird Heart Ring in 14K Gold, $96

"This punchy pink velvet dress will brighten up my rather dull winter wardrobe. The asymmetric hem and cowl neckline make the silhouette interesting. I'll style it over a fitted turtleneck for the office or wear it on a night out with sexy booties and a leather jacket."

—Amy Lee, Associate Fashion Editor ASOS Velvet Cowl-Neck Cami Dress With Asymmetric Hem, $49

"The belt: often overlooked, but so important for pulling an outfit together. This printed calf-hair version adds a little something to neutrals and makes mixing patterns so much fun."

—Stephanie Montes, Senior Beauty Editor J.Crew Leopard-Print Calf-Hair Belt, $80

"I have a bad habit of only buying (and wearing) black, so this is my attempt to add a little interest via texture. The exaggerated patent is really fun—it'll look cool with monochromatic night-out ensembles (like a bodysuit, silk bomber jacket and OTK boots) or with a vintage T-shirt or chunky sweater and sneakers. The best part? It's on sale!"

—Kristi Mikesky, Managing Editor

Express Black Crackle Patent A-Line Skirt, $50 $31

"I love the rich texture and color of these Darner socks to wear with my Mary Janes and oxfords in winter. They're the perfect hack for extending the life of my entire shoe wardrobe."

—Christian David, Art Director

Darner Gold Crushed Velvet Socks, $40

Darner X Opening Ceremony Black Glitter Velvet Socks, $42

"Slimming and versatile, the bodysuit has definitely become my go-to one-and-done piece. And what better way to channel my inner Kendall Jenner than with this effortless off-the-shoulder number? I'll make it more office-appropriate by pairing with culottes and a block heel."

—Samantha McDonald, News Editor

Project Social T Crazy In Love Bodysuit, $58