We love culling the best from the sale section of our favorite retailers. Right now we have our eye on the Madewell and ASOS sales. But it’s rare that we’ve actually tried and vetted each and every pick. Most often, we’re highlighting what we’d buy, brands we love, and styles that feel on-trend, as well as some we've tried, of course. But when our own brand Who What Wear Collection has a sale, you better believe we can vouch for each piece and highlight the details that make them special. And as the brand’s creative director, I basically hang out with these pieces all day and own a ton of them. So, I decided to pull my favorites from the latest additions to our sale section. I’m being as non-partial as possible when I say the quality is insanely high for the price, and the styles are wearable and timeless. Ahead, my top picks.
I have these pants, and they are so high quality and deliciously soft. They are absolutely perfect for a flight or just lounging around your home. I'll never get rid of them.
I actually have the green color (not the tan—yet), and I usually stick to neutrals, but there's something easy about this hue. It makes me feel "fun," yet is completely wearable.
Another Who What Wear Collection piece I own! The texture on this midi skirt is gorgeous. It looks super expensive, but you can just throw it in the washing machine, and it never wrinkles. It's truly sophisticated and timeless. A must-buy in my humble opinion!
I helped design this sweater, and it's one of the more perfect pieces we've ever come out with. The yarn is super luxe, and the half-button pullover vibe feels very relevant right now.
It's a real toss up if the cream is better or the green. Maybe you need both?
Our vegan leather is a national treasure. Just kidding, but it is as good of quality as the super expensive brands. At WWW HQ, it's everyone's favorite. The Laura dress is one of those special gems that make sense in almost any season. It's lined, so it won't stick to you when the weather gets warmer, and the layering opps are great come fall. It's such a good investment, and on sale it becomes a no-brainer.
These mix-and-match knit pieces are perfect for the warmer months. The material has great "recovery," which is industry speak for it doesn't stretch out or get baggy. It will hug your body perfectly. I love how the cardi looks paired with the tank or the dress for a cute '90s moment.
A really solid tank top is a closet-must have, and this one tops my list. The shape is timeless and classic, but also has really pretty lines. It's a WWWC piece I'll never get rid of.
This dress was made to be form-fitting on top and more flowy on bottom. The slightly curved waistline is super flattering—trust me on this one.
A bodysuit is key for a super tucked-in, polished look. I love how this one has a polo collar, which feels a bit more interesting than your basic tee.
The perfect work shirt does exist, and this is it. The silky material says dry clean only, but I've washed mine in the machine with great success. I'm especially taken with the subtle contrast stitching.
I'd venture to guess that you likely have a black turtleneck in your closet. But what about a black turtleneck with a contrast lettuce hem? Now that's cute. And at $34, what are you waiting for?
A little knit skirt with a side slit is the kind of item that you'll reach for again and again.
We call this print abstract animal. It makes a statement, but is still completely wearable in black and white.