My Budget Is Limited—These Are the Affordable Items I'm Prioritizing This Fall

A new season is here.

My Budget Is Limited—These Are the Affordable Items I'm Prioritizing This Fall

I'm not going to lie. Amid home renovations, my toddler starting pre-school, and an uncertain global pandemic, I'd say my shopping budget this fall lies in the scope of slim to minuscule. Luckily, however, as Who What Wear's market editor, I've become quite the expert at weeding out which trends and styles are worth spending your hard-earned cash on and how to acquire them for less.

With a whole host of new trends to get excited about this fall, today, I wanted to share the pieces I'll be prioritizing with my limited budget. From cool sweater-vests to lug-sole boots and knit cropped tops, scroll below if you're looking to find some of this season's most fashionable finds for under $100.

Preppy and cool, knit sweater-vests (a trend spotted all over the fall runways) are my latest obsession and are relatively easy to score for under $50.

Vintage-inspired blouses with large, romantic collars are a fashion-girl favorite this season, and they are currently blowing up our feeds.

If there's one pair of boots I'm investing in this season, it's comfortable chunky pull-on boots—as seen on every cool fashion girl.

My love for knit tops continues. They look and feel luxe and strike the perfect balance of cozy and chic. For an Insta-worthy look, opt for a set with a matching cardigan, skirt, or pair of shorts.

Ribbed knits are a huge runway-approved trend this season that makes every outfit look more expensive. I'll be opting for a versatile, cozy, and stretchy ribbed-knit midi dress to carry me through the cold-weather season.

Chunky chokers and chain-link necklaces continue to reign supreme this fall, adding a statement touch to even the simplest of basics.

When it comes to tailoring this season, I'm opting for loose and oversize silhouettes. A pair of relaxed wide-leg pants will go with just about everything.

We saw dark, rich chocolate-brown hues on so many runways. I'll be trying the luxurious color trend in the form of sweaters and dresses. It's the perfect autumn hue to update my wardrobe.

Speaking of all things cozy, shearling coats are trending, and I'm 100% here for them. A shearling coat will undoubtedly add a plush touch to any autumn ensemble.

There's no doubt a cozy cardigan is high up on my wish list this fall. I'll be opting for a vintage-inspired knit this season with unique details such as a pretty collar or statement buttons.

As I continue to work from home, pretty house dresses are the perfect option when I want a break from my sweats.

Furry shoes are trending this fall, and they're honestly all I want to live in. They're the ideal indoor-outdoor option.

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated. Up next, The 10 Fall Basics You Should Buy From Amazon, Nordstrom, or H&M

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Meet the Woman Dominating the Book Club Business With Literati: Jessica Ewing

Hear her story on Second Life podcast.

Meet the Woman Dominating the Book Club Business With Literati: Jessica Ewing

Welcome toSecond Life, a podcast spotlighting successful women who've made major career changes—and fearlessly mastered the pivot. Hosted by Hillary Kerr, co-founder and chief content officer at Who What Wear, each episode gives you a direct line to women who are game changers in their fields. Subscribe to Second Life on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you get your podcasts to stay tuned.

Literati, an innovative experiential company built for book lovers of all ages, is a true labor of love. Founded by Jessica Ewing, an author and unapologetic lover of literature, Literati is dedicated to connecting people through the power of reading and reimagining how books are discovered and read together. It's a book club like no other. The Literarti team of visionaries curates monthly reads by notable authors, intellectuals, and changemakers including Stephen Curry, Richard Branson, Roxane Gay, Megan Rapinoe, Elin Hilderbrand, Cheryl Strayed, Jesmyn Ward, and more—while remaining committed to highlighting the authors and artists behind every story.

Literati launched in 2017 first as a unique try-before-you-buy book-curation service for kids, and in August of 2020, the brand expanded to offer book clubs through its app, giving members exclusive access to voices and perspectives that haven't historically heard before to advance the definition of a book discussion. Today, Ewing has raised $40 million in Series B funding and was just included on Inc. magazine's esteemed Inc. 5000 list at #77 in the U.S. There's no denying that Ewing's modern approach to reading has completely reshaped how we can further connect through books, and it all began with her passion for literature. 

In 2009, Ewing left her high-profile job to pursue a lifelong dream of writing a novel. Throughout that process, Ewing experienced firsthand the difficulties and intricacies behind book discovery and publication. Thus, she became determined to create a company that supports the expansion of the publishing industry by bringing imagination to bookselling and creating a better book discovery experience. But before she made the major leap into following her literary dreams, Ewing began her career as a product manager at Google, where she worked directly for both Marissa Mayer and Sundar Pichai for five years developing consumer products. In fact, Ewing was featured in Fast Company as one of Google's 12 Most Innovative Minds in 2007, and she is the co-owner of five different patents in consumer technology design.

Listen to the latest episode of Second Life to hear how both Ewing's past career and personal experiences led her to create a life-changing company for artists and creators in the publishing industry that is truly solving the problem of book discovery. And in the spirit of gift-giving, click here to gift a membership to the book club.

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