Because everybody likes a steal.
Kyle Anderson, Marie Claire's market and accessories editor, says he wears a humble black V-neck every day. The better to *not* detract from all those trophy jackets.
American Apparel men's jersey V-neck, $21, americanapparel.net.
The Pixie pant gets a lot of love, but it's her less legging-like sister Minnie who's got the glossies in her corner. The slim cut and slight stretch = a sleekifying session with Michael Olajide, basically.
J.Crew Minnie pant, $89.50, jcrew.com.
How do you know they're good? MC fashion assistant Adrienne Faroute owns at least 15 T-shirts and tanks from this slouchy Aritzia brand, which she describes as high quality and not so expensive you'd have to compulsively check your credit card balance for days after.
Aritzia Wilfred Free jersey tank, $30, aritzia.com.
Bypass both the finding-a-boyfriend thing and the how-women's-sweaters-pull-in-at-the-waist-thing and pick up a men's cashmere knit. Styling tip: Wear front-to-back for a boatneck.
Men's cashmere V-neck sweater, $89.90, uniqlo.com.
Not great for wearing outside if you prefer a more sculpted look. Great for Netflix and/or chill.
Victoria's Secret Pink lace bralette, $19.95, victoriassecret.com.
If you do not yet own a thin, layerable turtleneck, get thee to a Uniqlo and never feel limited by the seasons again.
Extra-fine merino turtleneck sweater, $29.90, uniqlo.com.
Fashion people keep, like, 20 of these in their closets, which cannot be said for 98 percent of other things fashion people keep in their closets.
J.Crew Perfect Fit T-shirt, $24.50, jcrew.com.
Three words: Ideal work pants.
Banana Republic Sloan straight-leg pants, $89.50, bananarepublic.com.
Final T-shirt! This one comes in loads of shades and with a name that means quality. #NotAnAd #JustAFan
Supima cotton modal crew-neck T-shirt, $12.90, uniqlo.com.