The Best Under-$100 Fashion Pieces That You'll Never Get Sick of
You know all the stuff that never goes out of style? They're the basics that, admittedly, err on the boring side of fashion, but make up the core of your wardrobe. You know what we're talking about: it's the crisp button-down, the little black dress, the pair of tailored trousers—the hardest working pieces in your closet that that have seen you through all your job interviews, every big important meeting, and those times when you wake up hating everything you own. (Here's the full list of the pieces that never go out of fashion).
Based on wear count alone, these pieces are worth investing in. Good news: An investment pieces doesn't have to be an "investment." In fact, you can find quality staples that cost less than, say, the same total as a down payment on a car or house. Even better news: We found said pieces, and each rings in under $100. Scroll through to shop these nine pieces that you'll wear forever.
A LBD that you can wear to a job interview, to a meeting, to the office any day of the year.
Right next to the crisp button-down shirt is its equally classic twin—the tie-neck blouse.
ZARA TOP-HANDLE BAG
A black top-handle purse is expected. But the same classic silhouette in ivory? Timeless with an unpredictable twist.
UNIQLO TURTLENECK SWEATER
One in every shade, please. Currently in our shopping cart: this camel one, black, gray, and white.
CORNELIA WEBB NECKLACE
A delicate gold pendant that you can wear on its own or layered for a neck-party stack.
H&M Trench Coat
The quintessential transitional coat. It's been around for a century, and will probably be around for a century more.
When you want the comfort of a sneaker, but the polish of a classic black pump.
The beauty of a high-waist pant: You have the option to tuck in a shirt or style with a cropped top.
Out of all ankle boots, the Chelsea comes out on top as the chicest and most versatile.