The Under-$100 Pieces Fashion Editors Are Buying This March

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 privy to the latest and greatest (our jobs are really tough!), we’re sharing our favorite under-$100 fashion picks of the moment. From gorgeous separates to killer accessories, our edit has a little something for everyone. (And don’t forget to check back monthly for a new wave of hits, hand-selected by Team Zoe.)

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Editors' Under-$100 Fashion Picks: March

"Because I'm always coveting an updated piece of denim, this cropped style with contrast topstitching is perfect for my petite frame. The dark hue feels dressy enough to wear to work but will be equally cool with casual basics when I'm off duty."

—Leah Benzie, Social Media Editor

Massimo Dutti Cropped-Fit Jeans With Topstitching Detail, $90

"Yellow is a major trend for spring, and I love a fugly version of the hue. This metallic skirt will be fun with pumps and a navy sweater now and a printed tee and sandals when it's warmer."

—Nicky Deam, Editorial Director

Loéil Tullia Skirt, $89

"I'm feeling retro vibes as bold stripes make this midi tube dress a winner. I can't wait to wear it to work with mules or fun slides—I'll add a denim jacket for the weekend."

—Amy Lee, Associate Fashion Editor

Farrow Theo Dress, $88

"I've been on the hunt for something vinyl, and this red bomber has the exact feminine spin I'm looking for."

—Lauren Black, Content Analyst

Mango Vinyl Bomber Jacket, $80

"Call it wishful thinking, but with the slightly warmer temperatures as of late, I'm getting ready to bust out the spring wardrobe. This gingham blouse will look adorable paired with cropped white trousers and a block-heel on days when it's not too chilly in NYC."

—Samantha McDonald, News Editor

Sanctuary Clothing Charlotte Off-Shoulder Top, $79

"Impending warm weather has me reaching for bold stripes in graphic black and white. Plus, these frills are a great way to get in on spring's ruffle trend.”

—Alyson Fishbein, Senior Manager, Social Media

ASOS Maxi Dress With Ruffle Detail & Grosgrain Straps, $68

"Anyone who knows me knows how much I adore oversize sweaters. And with bold colors majorly trending, this piece is basically perfect."

—Erin Nicole, Lifestyle Editor

Zara Oversize Sweater, $50

"As someone who tends toward a lot of black, I'm thrilled that vinyl is having a moment. This high-shine midi skirt is a polished way to get the look without sacrificing my otherwise subtle style tendencies."

—Laura Lajiness, Fashion Editor

H&M Calf-Length Wrap Skirt, $50

"I've been wearing more flats lately and love these metallic loafers. Not only are they extremely comfortable, but the gunmetal shade makes them edgier than a traditional pair."

—Andrea Navarro, Associate Beauty Editor

Louisa Backless Loafers in Pewter Metallic, $45