12 Random Under-$40 Amazon Items I Wear All the Time

If you read my articles regularly you will know that I'm a bit of a sucker for shopping on Amazon. (It's really hard to resist two-day shipping!) I buy a lot of my fashion basics from multi-brand retailers - not to mention books, electronics, housewares, baby supplies) and lots of other random but surprisingly useful items.
So today I made the decision to share some of my favorite Amazon purchases that I have made over the past six months that I use and wear all the time. Whether it's my simple black pinafore I put on when I want to feel comfortable yet together, or my brown slide sandals that literally go with anything in my closet, or my trusty wicker bag that exudes French girl-style, read on, if you want some inspiration for your next Amazon purchase.
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I use this Moroccan wicker bag almost every day. It's great for farmers market runs to days on the beach for brunch and everything in between. It exudes that effortless French girl vibe. I especially like this one because it isn't too big so it can look more like a handbag.
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Purifyou Handmade Moroccan Small Basket Bag ($ 25)
I've been living in this crazy soft armored dress lately. Not only is it super comfortable (easy to work and walk around all day), the silhouette also makes me feel put together and polished. It's easy to wear with sneakers and sandals, and boots come in the fall.
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Daily Ritual Cozy Knit Muscle Sleeve Dress ($ 16)
I love a casual button-down shirt - especially one that's slightly oversized. This one from the Amazon brand, Goodthreads, is my new favorite. The blue hue feels fresh and the quality is really good.
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Goodthreads Brushed Twill Oversized Boyfriend Shirt ($ 21)
I really discovered the joy of a glasses chain. Not only does it look chic (borrowing from the grandma trend), it is also very helpful when you are on the go and want to have your glasses or sunglasses close by (without having to rummage through your purse or have them) slip off your head). I like this delicate pearl and metallic as it goes well with anything I wear.
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Bloommay Glasses Chain Pearl Bead Straps ($ 12)
I love these sandals with a capital L! Not only do they look chic (there is a total Hermès atmosphere here), the sole is also muddy and super comfortable. I could walk in it all day without any discomfort. Plus, the brownish color is so versatile.
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206 Collective Sabor Flat Sandal ($ 20)
While it's still warm, I recommend this versatile romper. I love the soft and silky fabric and it's so easy to wear with sandals or sneakers. It's perfect when you want to feel comfortable and still look like you've made an effort.
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Daily Ritual Tencel Short Sleeve Romper ($ 36)
I still can't believe this t-shirt costs $ 6. I own a lot of white t-shirts and this is still one of my favorites for its simple style, silhouette and fit. There's no trace of your bra underneath (hallelujah!), And the quality is surprisingly good for the price. It remains a Who What Wear bestseller and is a favorite among our editors.
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Hanes Nano T-Shirt ($ 6)
A little hair accessories promotion is never neglected in my book, and one of my favorites are these adorable long hair ties with silk ribbon. They are ideal when I want to zhuzh my ponytail or braid in a chic way.
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