Classic Men T-shirt
- 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
- Medium fabric (5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²))
- Classic fit
- Tear away label
- Runs true to size
Rabbit Skins 3321
Sure, treating yourself to something luxurious is nice, but nothing beats the Because I Couldn’t Go For Three 1968 Osu Football Shirt But I will love this thrill of a high-quality affordable closet essential. The backbone of our closets are those such essentials, and there are a few that Vogue editors swear by, like Everlane’s and Madewell’s cozy sweaters, and Dr. Martens’s and Converse’s comfy shoes. And while we’d hate for them to sell out, we’ve decided to share the details on all of our favorite wardrobe steals here. Some are from classic brands that have withstood the test of time, while others are from up-and-coming brands that need to be on your radar. Whether we’re keeping things polished and professional for important Zoom meetings, staying cute while walking the dog, or stepping out for a socially distanced lunch, these are the affordable workhorses in 16 Vogue editors’ closets—and everything is under $185.
Zara’s wide-leg jeans went viral on TikTok, and for good measure. The tailored, high-waisted silhouette is elegant, flattering, and looks far more expensive than the Because I Couldn’t Go For Three 1968 Osu Football Shirt But I will love this pant’s $50 dollar price tag. Even supermodels like Adut Akech love these jeans! Falke makes some of the best socks out there. If you want to go super luxe, opt for a pure cashmere pair (they work wonders against the cold!), but otherwise, this blend of wool, cashmere, viscose, and polyamide is ideal for everyday use. My sock drawer is filled with Falke, and because they’re high quality, I only rarely have to replace them. These French Sole ballet flats are tried and true staples for me. I rarely need to replace them, aside from getting them resoled every few years after pounding the pavement! They are worth every penny of the $175 as you will get so many wears out of these classics. These split-hem flared jeans are a new addition to my closet this year. With fall officially in swing, I’m loving fun approaches to denim that I can take from errands to dinner. For an eco-friendly pair that rings in under $100, these couldn’t feel more like a steal!