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23 Affordable Spring Finds I'm Already Regretting Telling You About

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As you’ve hopefully figured out by now, each week, I like to highlight all the coolest products found at one of my favorite affordable retailers of the moment. This week, it’s Need Supply. While the retailer stocks some of my personal all-time favorite brands like Rejina Pyo and Acne Studios, it also has quite a reputable slew of affordable brands and pieces as well. Today, that’s what I want to chat all about.

Ahead, you’ll see my personal selection of affordable (under $200 except for the Batsheva blouse that I couldn’t not include) items at Need Supply that I am craving for spring. Normally, I like to keep my top-notch shopping finds somewhat of a secret in order to not show up matching with a fellow human being somewhere around New York, but today I was feeling generous. Will I regret telling you about these 23 perfect spring items currently sitting in my shopping cart? Maybe. But for now, I really have to show someone and that someone is you. Happy shopping! 

I normally don’t love bucket hats, but this one is unarguably cool. 
Kind of leopard, kind of dalmatian, kind of into it. 
This entire baby blue situation is goals.
I would have been so much cooler if I owned these in elementary school.
Rain might be able to ruin your day, but thanks to this coat, it won’t be ruining your outfit. 
Napsack-chic. 
This outfit literally is screaming and shouting that spring is coming, and I’m hearing it loud and clear. 
You’ll be needing the matching pants as well. 
Delicate knits and lilac should be paired together more often. 
Sneakers that will leave everyone speechless. 
If a full-length Batsheva dress is a little too much for you, this top should tickle your fancy. 
Wear these with the Tevas coming up and you’ll be the coolest spring thing around. 
The cool-girl version of a white T-shirt. 
Is this not the most adorable thing you’ve ever seen? 
Meet your new spring wedding guest dress.
Go rogue and buy the white Tevas while everyone else is buying the black. 
The only thing you’ll want to wear with jeans this spring. 
Ease into acid wash denim with this pair. 
A matching set for the books. 
These look so expensive. I’m confused. 
A Victorian-inspired must-have. 
If you can resist buying an excess of hair clips, you are a stronger human than I. 
Layer this under or over anything and you will look good, I promise.  Next up, shop nine Los Angeles you need to know about. 

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10 Items Jennifer Lopez, Amal Clooney, and Hailey Bieber Would Buy at Zara

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Here at Who What Wear, Zara is our editors’ not-so-secret obsession. As our regular readers are well aware, we turn to the fast-fashion retail giant for everything from wardrobe staples to evening wear. (ICYMI, our fashion editor Lauren Eggertsen even has an entire Instagram account dedicated to culling through the brand’s overzealous amount of products.) All this to say we scroll through Zara’s new-arrivals section on the regular.

So naturally, we were bound to stumble across items that look as though they were taken straight out of some of our favorite celebrities’ closets. Ahead, we’re shopping out some of Jennifer Lopez’s, Amal Clooney’s, and Hailey Bieber’s best looks by linking only to—you guessed it—Zara products. Keep scrolling to shop some of their most recent outfits and find out how to steal their style for yourself. Hang on to your wallet—prices start at just $20.

Lopez was recently spotted wearing the summer shoe trend French girls will never tire of: wedge-heel espadrilles. With these animal-embossed ones from Zara, you’re basically getting two trends for the price of one.
Wide-leg pants with extra-long hemlines are on the rise in 2019. If you’re still contemplating how to wear them, take a page from Lopez’s book and pair them with platform heels to really elongate your legs.
Leave it to Lopez to make a compelling case for adding a plaid pencil skirt to your wardrobe. A waist-accentuating detail like an oversize belt keeps the timeless basic from feeling, well, basic.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from style-stalking Amal Clooney, it’s that a black midi dress deserves a spot in every work wardrobe. We’re partial to this button-front take on the classic LBD.
Clooney recently stepped out in clear vinyl heels, which we’re taking as confirmation that the naked shoe trend is still going strong.
A true basic, a high-collar knit top looks polished and professional even when paired with an edgy leather skirt, as Clooney demonstrates here.
Hailey Bieber is no stranger to highlighter hues. Take a cue from the model, and dial the wattage all the way up with a monochrome neon ensemble, starting with an oversize shirt in glow-stick green.
PSA: Cuffed denim is one of the biggest jean trends of 2019. Make like Bieber and opt for a pair of ripped jeans for an even more laid-back look.
We’re calling it: Cat-eye frames are the sunglass trend that’s coming for your Instagram this summer. This square take on the silhouette is a favorite of Bieber’s, and it feels fresh for 2019.
Bieber was spotted sporting one of fall 2019’s hottest shoe trends—slouchy boots—sans pants, aka the perfect outfit to wear during that awkward period between spring and summer.  

Next up, Carrie Bradshaw’s favorite fashion trends are sitting at Zara.



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7 Summer Wardrobe Staples NY Girls Never Forget to Buy

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Summer in New York City is one of a kind. Alfresco dining, park picnics, and long evening strolls are all common, and the sidewalks are filled with tourists and locals alike dressed in their favorite warm-weather pieces. The not-so-glamorous side of Manhattan summers, however, is the extreme heat and humidity. Sure, we’ll take it over a snowstorm any day, but if you’re braving an 85-degree day, your wardrobe should reflect it. You probably know all the basics by now: Choose breathable fabrics like cotton and linen, avoid black unless you want to get heat stroke, and always wear sunscreen. However, if you’re curious to know which items specifically bode especially well in the city then continue ahead to see seven standout pieces NYC girls never forget to buy once summer rolls around.

Up Next: 5 sunglasses trends that are in for summer 2019.

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How Much You Should Really Be Spending on Clothing Every Month

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We can confidently say that we spend a substantial amount of our hard-earned paycheck on clothes, but what exactly should our clothing budget be? To be quite frank, we had no idea, which is why we were excited to research this story. And just in case you’re in the dark about your spending habits as well, we thought we’d bring the matter to light with a super-simple equation.

To get to the bottom of it, we looked to award-winning financial planner Pete Dunn. Based on his expertise, we calculated what your clothing budget should be per month based on your salary. And because we still fully condone adding a few pieces to your wardrobe each month, we included a few on-budget pieces that we recommend for each of the salaries listed below. Keep scrolling to get ready for your reality check.

According to Dunn, you should spend 5% of your monthly income on clothing. To find the exact dollar amount you should be spending per month, multiply your take-home pay by 0.05. For example, if your monthly take-home pay is $3000, you should spend around $150 per month on clothing. While everyone has a unique financial position and you likely know your own situation best, we find that the 5% guide is helpful for reeling in those oh-so-tempting shopping sprees. Read on to see the types of purchases that are appropriate for different income brackets.

Hopefully, this guide has helped you figure out how much you should be spending on clothes per month. But like we’ve said before, you know your financial situation best.

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Anna LaPlaca.

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