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Fashionista's March Shopping List: 24 Items Our Editors Love

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March offers the first glimpse of spring, and team Fashionista already has sunny skies on the brain. 

We’re navigating the changing seasons in style with midi dresses, breathable workout tanks and sunglasses to help manifest sunny weather. Gingham even caught our eyes this month, via a pink bow-adorned pump and a breezy blue dress. See (and shop!) all of our favorite March discoveries, below.

Inez Paloma Boots in Mocha Croco, $498, available here: “I’m convinced these boots go with everything: long skirts, short dresses, wide-leg jeans, pajamas… Just kidding about that last one, but they are surprisingly comfortable for 3-inch heels, thanks to the brand’s arch support insoles.” —Steph Saltzman, Beauty Director

Little Beast The Little Beast Carrier in Noir, $165, available here: “This is technically not a purchase for myself, but I know it’ll bring me great joy: I had a gift card to Little Beast, and I used it to pre-order one of the brand’s newest dog carriers. My pups love to be toted around, and I know they’ll be delighted by the puffer cushioning with a little gap on the side so they can look out. Also, it’s cute as hell.” —Ana Colón, Deputy Editor

Electric & Rose Kate Thermal Henley, $188, available here (sizes XS-XL) and Tanner Thermal Pant (sizes XS-XL) available here“I fell in love with the dainty floral print the second I saw it, but once the thick waffled cotton was in my hands, this thermal set became an instant favorite. It’s perfect for chilling or working at home when I need to get out of pajamas but still want to be super cozy. I often wear the top daily (and it always garners compliments). I sized up because I shrink everything in the wash, but it’s true to size. I think I need it in black next.” —Savannah Sitton, Contributing Market Editor

Gentle Monster x Maison Margiela MM103 01(BL) Sunglasses, $480, available here: “Gentle Monster is an eyewear ‘it’ brand thanks to its experimental silhouettes that just radiate an effortless cool. I first heard about them when Bia told me about her favorite brands, and now I see them everywhere… but the Maison Margiela collaboration? Sublime.” —Andrea Bossi, Staff Writer

Pink by Frankies Bikinis Indiana Poplin Dress, $60, available here (sizes XS-XXL): “Anything by Frankies Bikinis typically makes me feel immediately ready and excited for summer, and its collaboration with Pink is no different. I love how the buttons down the center of this dress maintain a nice shape at the waist without looking constricting. (Nobody wants a tight dress clinging to their sunscreen in the hot weather.) I’m counting down the days to the beach.” —Brooke Frischer, Staff Writer and Social Lead

Hey Harper DNA Pearl Watch, $190, available here: “I have a soft spot for vintage-inspired jewelry (see: my cameo necklace collection), and the simple elegance of this gold watch perfectly matches that aesthetic. Sure, I could just look at my phone for the time, but where’s the fashion in that?” —Catie Pusateri, Contributing Writer

Vivaia Square Toe Denim Blue Mary Janes, $97, available here: “Dare I call this one of the most comfortable shoes I’ve ever worn in my life, periodt. It has a cushy insole that makes long treks around the city non-taxing, and its classic design makes it a perfect shoe to accompany either dressier outfits or more casual looks.” —Janelle Sessoms, Staff Writer

Rue Sophie Flâneur Trench Coat, $298, available here (sizes XS-XL): “I’ve always wanted a classic trench coat, but never really found one I felt comfortable in and that didn’t make me feel like I was cosplaying as an old-timey reporter or Inspector Gadget. But I love that this one is a little less structured and stiff, and I’ve already been wearing it non-stop this spring.” —Steph

Isabel Marant Oskan Hobo Soft Bag, $1,290, available here: “On this month’s episode of what-handbag-is-Savannah-obsessing-over: Isabel Marant’s latest edition to its Oskan handbag family. This soft crescent silhouette, crafted in rich red suede (perfect for Aries season) with studded detailing, is a punk-meets-chic dream for me, personally. The brand was kind enough to let me take her for a test-run, and I loved that the slouchy bucket shape could comfortably tote my laptop or HydroFlask. I also like that, when empty, it flattens down for easy storing.” —Savannah

Ettika Melted Abstract 18k Gold Plated Cuff Bracelet, $75, available here: “I love the sculptural quality of this cuff, which reminds me of Elsa Peretti’s infamous bone style — though, Ettika’s does its own thing. Cuffs are such an elegant way to elevate an outfit, especially in the spring and summer, which is why this caught my eye now.” —Andrea

Otra Echo Sunglasses, $70, available here: “I’m always on the hunt for a new pair of sunglasses — it’s one of those things I can never get enough of. I’ve particularly been very into green-tinted lenses, so I loved this style from Otra the second I saw it. I usually expect thinly-framed lenses to feel flimsy, but this pair widens at the sides ensuring sturdiness.” —Brooke

Leret Leret Cashmere Sweater, $575, available here (sizes XXS-XXL): “Maybe Brooke has just rubbed off on me, but bows have really been speaking to me as of late. I was gifted this bow-printed cashmere sweater at an event, and while the design is quite out of my comfort zone, I can’t stop wearing it. Between the adorable graphic print, medium weight and relaxed fit, it’s become the perfect transitional piece as we go from winter to spring. It’s also so comfy — it’s like wearing a snuggly blanket.” —Janelle

Dolce Vita x For Love & Lemons Loise Heels in White Pink Gingham, $150, available here: “Surprise, surprise: I’m in love with another pair of pink heels. Dolce Vita’s collaboration with For Love & Lemons includes many swoon-worthy shoes, but I can’t stop thinking about this open-toed pink gingham dream. (Just imagine these heels with a matching pink pedicure!) But it’s the tiny white bow on top that instantly cemented these heels on my spring wish list.” —Catie

Quince Washable Stretch Silk Tank Midi Dress in Hot Fudge, $80, available here (sizes XS-XL): “Transitional dressing during the change of seasons always kind of stumps me, but this has become a perfect layering piece in my wardrobe over the last few weeks of erratic weather. The super lightweight, slightly stretchy silk layers beautifully over tights and beneath a cardigan, but I also can’t wait to wear it on its own with a pair of sandals as soon as the temperatures allow. And I’m really into this chocolate brown color right now.” —Steph

Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Skull Robe, $198, available here (sizes 1-3): “I’ll admit: I’ve wanted every skull-covered piece from this brand, but it wasn’t until I tried a pair of its fuzzy socks (unbelievably soft and warm, I wore them daily this past winter) that I knew it was worth the dough. And this didn’t disappoint. This isn’t just a robe — it’s a soft sheath of safety and coziness. The long-line silhouette is the ultimate hygge option for post-bath or shower, or for simply lounging at home. And, yes, the skull moniker only makes me love it that much more.” —Savannah

Ksubi Maxx Zip Off Cargo Midnight, $260, available here (sizes 28-40): “As someone who loves cargo pants, I can appreciate when they go the extra mile with an interesting design or fabrication. This heavyweight pair, made in collaboration with Trippie Redd, is really cool for its modularity — you can zip off the legs to get three different lengths: pants, capris or shorts.” —Andrea

Mansur Gavriel Square Toe Ballerina, $395, available here: “I’m still not over the ballerina flat trend, but I’ve been searching for ways to change it up ever so slightly. I love how this style’s square toe edges up the otherwise soft appearance of the pale pink shoe.” —Brooke

Dissh Nicci Black Linen Strapless Top, $90, available here (sizes 2-12): “Looking toward my spring travels to warmer climates, I have my eye on this chic strapless linen top. It’s a far more elegant, grown-up version of a pre-teen me trying to get away with wearing a bandana as a shirt. (My parents were not on board with that look.)” —Steph

Wheat Memphis Long Sleeve Tee, $108, available here (sizes XS-XL) and Jackson Lounge Pant, $128, available here (sizes XS-XL): “Wheat specializes in premium pajamas exclusively carried in luxury hotel gift shops (though, it also sells them on its website), and that’s exactly where they belong, because this set really gave me a luxury sleeping experience. I love wearing the top under itchy sweaters because it’s so buttery soft and breathable. The Jackson pant reminds me of those gaucho capris we used to wear as pre-teens, with a fold-over waistband and wide-cut leg, only softer. So, if you want that 5-star resort experience at home, these pajamas will help get you there.” —Savannah

Bearpaw Martis Iced Coffee Solid, $70, available here: “My work-from-home set-up has a new cozy addition: Bearpaw’s Martis slippers. Ever since the brand sent these my way, I haven’t gone a day without wearing them around the house. Not only do they complement my WFH uniform of oversized sweaters and leggings, but they also keep my perpetually freezing feet warm while I’m typing away on my computer.” —Catie

Vuori AllTheFeels Tank, $74, available here (sizes XXS-XXL): “This is a great workout top option as the warmer months roll in. Not only is it made with what I can attest is a soft and breathable fabric, but the racerback straps give it a supportive feel. It doesn’t look too shabby in gym pics, either.” —Andrea

Sam Edelman Tracie Slingback Heel, $150, available here: “The lilac caught my attention instantly. This feels like the perfect spring shoe — not just for its hue, but for the comfortable and realistic short block heel and subtle color-blocking details.” —Brooke

Gilly Hicks Waffle Hoodie, $40 $28, available here (sizes XXS-XXL) and Wide-Leg Pants, $40 $28, available here (sizes XXS-XXL): “There’s nothing I love more than a waffled fabric; it’s thick yet breathable, with ample stretch to be completely cozy — which is exactly what this hoodie set offers. The V-neck and slight crop makes the top feel ideal for summertime lounging. I love wearing it when I’m curled up on the couch just as much as I do out running errands or taking my dog for a walk. It’s so cute with my platform Uggs, just as modeled.” —Savannah

Eugenia Kim Giselle Hat, $375, available here: “I love floppy summer hats for two main reasons: They can shield your precious face from the sun (and sun damage), and they’re simply fabulous. Eugenia Kim definitely has the look down with the Giselle.” —Andrea

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