Shop 30 of This Week's Best New Arrivals

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Happy Wednesday! It's time for our weekly installment of new arrivals. In case you're unfamiliar, every week, I search high and low to find the best designer and fast-fashion pieces—all of which just hit stores—so that you can be the first of your friends to wear them. After all, if you're going to buy something, why not beat everyone else to it?

In case you don't have time to check Zara, Net-a-Porter, Revolve, Nordstrom, Shopbop, and all your other favorite shopping sites on a regular basis, I'm here to tell you that you don't have to. I have to do so as a part of my job anyway, and while I'd love to buy every amazing item that lands on my radar, sadly, it's simply not an option for me, my wallet, or my jam-packed closet. 

Naturally, however, I need an outlet for sharing such finds so that they don't go to waste, which brings us to today's (and every week's) new-arrivals roundup. From fall-ready pieces that will have you looking oh so forward this season to year-round staples your wardrobe isn't complete without, I can pretty much guarantee that I have something for every style type and price point. Now, you just have to narrow down your favorites and make room in your closet. Sorry! So what are you waiting for? Shop my picks of the week below, and don't forget to check back next Wednesday for another batch of fresh new arrivals.

Let Nnenna Echem inspire you to style this with a contrasting print for a fun look that somehow just works.

Rails made jeans, so you just know they're going to be good.

Your fall wardrobe simply isn't complete without a shacket.

I got to test-drive this in black, and it truly is the perfect everyday bag.

You'll wear this under all your fall jackets.

Only Sandy Liang could make this jacket.

They're great in every color.

Our whole team is swooning over Mango's checkerboard collection.

I'm always game for a little extra height.

I like to think I'd want this coat regardless of whether Irina Shayk was modeling it, but that doesn't hurt.

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