The SL Team’s Top Fashion Picks Under £100

The SL Team’s Top Fashion Picks Under £100

You don’t need to spend a fortune to look stylish. To prove it, six members of the SL team have selected their top picks under £100 – from everyday staples to partywear.

All products on this page have been selected by our editorial team, however we may make commission on some products.

Lu Hough, Fashion & Creative Director 

“You don’t need to spend lots of money to create a great capsule wardrobe – opt for some simple knits, oversized coats and a reliable pair of chunky boots, and you’ll be able to mix and match all these pieces with ease. If you want to add a bit of ‘wow’ factor (that’s not too in your face) try a pair of vinyl leather trousers. They’re easy to throw on with knits for the daytime – just add heels for the evening.”

Charlotte Collins, Deputy Editor

“I’m already in the party season mindset and, from accessories to dresses, there’s so much on offer to ensure you look chic in the run-up to Christmas. Zara’s short metallic dress is a real highlight – add a simple heel to stand out for all the right reasons.”

Laura Black, Managing Editor

“Tap into this season’s stripe mania with this beige knit – with its high neckline and wide sleeves, it’s a subtle nod to Totême’s sell-out design. I’ll also be upping my autumn style game with some split-hem trousers. A versatile alternative to jeans or leathers, they look great with heels, trainers and ballet flats.”

Elaine Lloyd-Jones, Senior Fashion & Shopping Editor 

“There’s great knitwear to be found on the high street – from simple crewnecks to collared styles, there are plenty of chic options that look far more expensive than they really are. The same goes for blouses and I’ll be opting for this puffed-sleeve denim design, layered under a cardi.”

Polly Sayer, Junior Fashion Editor 

“This Warehouse dress is giving me serious The Vampire’s Wife vibes – if you’re heading to a winter wedding or Christmas party, it’ll look great with platform heels. I’m also loving this chunky cable knit from River Island – the fringing detail reminds me of an amazing Ulla Johnson design from a few seasons back.”

Amrit Mann, Editorial Assistant 

“I’m a neutrals girl through and through, so I’m enjoying the swathes of ecru, black and white now on the high street. I’ll be keeping things interesting with ruffle details, whether it’s knitwear or a blouse, and focusing on great footwear to elevate my look – this season it’s all about chunky loafers and elegant heeled boots.”

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