I’ve Been Raving About These Pieces IRL, so I Thought I’d Share

When I find something worth buying, I like to spread the wordI share a lot of fashion recommendations here at Who What Wear, but that also extends to my circle of family and friends. Just yesterday, a cousin asked me about cute clothes to wear as the temperatures continue to drop, and among my favorites were a slew of pieces from our in-house line, Who What Wear Collection.

If you aren’t already familiar with our namesake label, it’s time to get acquainted. As a whole, the collection hits that sweet spot between trendy and timeless, and considering the price, the high-level quality is worth harping over. Lately, the bulk of my excitement has been centered around styles such as the Jade Dress and the Coco Cropped Turtleneck. Both are made out of a buttery knit fabric that’s prime for keeping you toasty on chilly days. It also doesn’t hurt that the fit is pretty much impeccable. These are just two of the pieces I’ve been raving about nonstop, so if you’re curious to find out the rest, simply keep scrolling. 

This dress is a master class in quiet elegance. The details, like the gold-toned back closure and simple silhouette, are quite understated, but that also makes it prime for pairing with an abundance of accessories. I’ve been wearing this dress with nude-colored strappy heels (it’s been 70° in L.A. lately), but a pair of tall boots with this would also be killer.

People tend to overlook basic staples, but the right cut makes all the difference. I’ve been stuck with poorly fitting basics many a time (and they can completely ruin an outfit), so I promised myself I wouldn’t make the same mistake this go around. My solution was this amazingly soft cropped turtleneck. The shorter length is perfect for me, as the majority of my bottoms have high waists, and it’s not bulky, either, so it’s ideal for layering. Styled with the Brianna Midi Slip Skirt, the two are probably my most worn combo right now. 

Statement long-sleeved tops are a priority within my closet these days, and I haven’t stopped wearing this one yet. The square neckline feels pretty regal, so I like to wear it alongside a stack of beautiful necklaces. Before you think “Oh, it’s just a basic black top,” I implore you to look closer—the fabric is a gorgeous moiré material, so when it catches the light, you’re in for a show.

In my brain, I’ve already mapped out an outfit pairing with this skirt and tall, heeled brown boots.

But wait, there’s a dress version, too, and it’s so good.

Bottega green, anyone?

This set is just immaculate.

These are selling like hotcakes.

I have dreams about this cardigan.

…And my dreams extend to this matching skirt.

The four-in-one angle alone makes this a no-brainer.

This entire outfit is just perfect to me.

This happy shade of green is called Kiwi, and I’m in love.

I’ll be wearing this all winter—thank you.

The corset trend continues to rage on.

After hearing everyone rave about these pants, I think it’s finally time to see what the hype is all about.

The beauty of tailored pants like these is that you can wear them with virtually anything.

Shearling jackets will always have a place in my heart.

Wear this shacket alone or as a part of a set.

Meet my new go-to travel outfit.

Do I really need another sweater? No, but for this, I’ll make an exception.

Up next: I Can’t Stop Telling People About This Inexpensive, Designer-Quality Sweater

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