Anyone in need of some shopping inspiration? Well, nobody asked, but I'm certainly delivering anyway. With a dizzying number of new pieces hitting the market, it can be downright intimidating to peruse what's out there in the hopes of making a little wardrobe update. But that's where I come in, friends. On a typical day, I do some online browsing to highlight the very best shopping picks of the moment, but today, I'm taking it a step further by showing you what we're personally adding to our closets and including some inspirational outfit photos.
There's no doubt our editors are a stylish bunch. (I look to their Instagrams for my own style ideas.) So when I tell you these new tops, bags, sunglasses, and jewelry items are "it," I think you'll agree. From the Mango heels I'm telling everyone about to Yusra's new It bag and Sierra's affordable ribbed tank, keep scrolling for the new fashion favorites we added to our closets in May.
"Silent Opus is my new jewerly obsession. The just-launched brand allows you to customize your piece (you can even get it engraved), which will arrive much more quickly than most customizable jewelry. The options are timeless yet cool, and the quality is top-notch. Bonus: All of the pieces include the prettiest jewelry box that you can add your initials to."
"I'm a big fan of Uniqlo's heat-teach, so I quickly became obsessed with its Airism collection just the same. Its original airism T-shirts are on the thicker side, but its new cotton version makes for the perfect white T-shirt. It's comfy and oversize, not to mention it keeps you from being a sweaty mess."
"I'm calling this the perfect matching set for summer. The sunny-yellow print defines my summer vibe—energetic, bright, and fun. I just found out it's hand-dyed in Bali, and now I love it even more."
"I've been in the market for a black shoulder bag for quite some time, and this one ended up being the perfect solution to all of my problems. It's become my new weekend essential, and I feel like I don't go more than two days without wearing it. Its shape is inspired by origami, and the geometric angles make it stand out in the sea of black bags."