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

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We all appreciate designer goods, but most of the time we rely on affordable finds to sustain us during 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: May

"I've been looking for a pair of summer sunnies that match my vintage vibe. These are perfect."

Erin Nicole, Lifestyle Editor

The Frankie Shop Gold Sunglasses, $22

"Just like everyone else in our office, I've been really into the off-the-shoulder trend lately. This top is simple enough to wear on a casual night out, or even on a date."

Andrea Navarro, Associate Beauty Editor

Pretty Little Thing Shape Chastity Black Ribbed Bardot Top, $26

"This striped bodysuit will look polished with a tiered midi skirt for the office, or with denim shorts on the weekend."

Nicky Deam, Editorial Director

Capulet Sandra Striped Bodysuit, $66

"Love this take on an off-the-shoulder top. I tend to stick to neutrals and black, so this one fits the bill perfectly."

Alyson Fishbein, Senior Manager, Social Media

Moon River Twill Tape Strap Top, $70

"Once warm weather hits, I wear a skirt to work 95% of the time. I like to stock up on as many fun styles as I can, and right now I have my eye on this one."

Leah Benzie, Social Media Editor

Storets Sophia Stripe Edge Skirt, $74

"I’m still enjoying the waist-cinching trend, and I appreciate the subtlety of this flattering silhouette. The lightweight linen is perfect for summer, and the gently crinkled texture makes it easy to skip ironing, win-win!"

Laura Lajiness, Fashion Editor

Wilfred Vachel Blouse, $75

"Confidence starts by feeling good on the inside, and for me that involves undergarments that are not only ultra-feminine but also comfortable. This balconette bra is miraculous—it manages to make my top half look decent in front of a mirror and also adjusts to the perfect fit, making for tug-free wear all day long."

Samantha McDonald, News Editor

ThirdLove 24/7 Lace Balconette Bra, $76

"I have a bit of an addiction to athletic wear, and these tropical-print, high-waisted leggings are exactly what my spring workout wardrobe needs. Plus, they're sustainably manufactured and printed with eco-friendly ink!"

Allie Flinn, Associate Lifestyle Editor

Bandier Tone It Up Island Dip Legging, $78

"I'm officially considering it swimsuit season, and while I'm really tempted to invest in a statement-making bikini, I know this one-piece is a much more practical option."

Lauren Black, Content Analyst

Billabong No Worries One-Piece Swimsuit, $80

"I'm in the market for easy, breezy dresses I can wear in spring and summer, whether it's to the office or brunching on the weekend. The ruffle detail and smocking on this printed midi make it extra adorable."

—Amy Lee, Associate Fashion Editor

Mango Honeycomb Pattern Dress, $80

"These sunnies offer a twist on the classic aviator (and double as a great cover-up for my dark under-eye circles)."

Aidan Macaluso, Associate Manager, Social Media

Le Specs Liberation, $89

"I love anything that looks interesting, but usually those are the pieces that cost you an arm and a leg. This bag is the definition of a steal."

Stephanie Montes, Senior Beauty Editor

Loéil Cervo Bag, $92