One of the many things that excite me as a fashion editor? Getting to try on clothes I dream about in real life. We love a good haul here at Who What Wear, and assuming you do too, you’ll be pleased with the latest haul up next: one from our reliable old friend, Amazon. 

About a month ago I found myself surfing the website for the most random of niche grocery items and household supplies. Naturally, it was only a matter of time before I made my way to its fall fashion section. My session ended with a full cart of sweaters and dresses—no Japanese mayo or Tik-Tok famous mini waffle makers, I’m sorry to report—but in total, I ordered five items: a mix of knit separates from Amazon’s in-house brand, The Drop, along with a few low-key (and trending) basics. All in all, everything turned out to be a hit, and yes I’ve already told all my friends about them. Keep scrolling to see the results  of my try-on and to see how I’ve been styling them.

It’s the year of the big shirt—just look at the runways and Instagram—but I was still surprised to see Amazon get in on the trend. While it has everything, it’s still somewhat slow to get in on the trends heating up the internet. Once I saw this, I knew I had to try it; oversized shirts have been an irreplaceable part of my wardrobe since the spring, and I’m always looking for a new one to add. 

This was surprisingly a hit. I didn’t know what to make of the pink and blue stripes but it really works, especially if you’re into the preppy aesthetic. I wore it with a sports bra and sweat pants.

Out of all of Amazon’s brands, The Drop speaks to me the most. It figures—the entire line revolves around pieces developed by influencers, so 99% of the time it offers the most trend-forward pieces of the bunch. This top is more timeless than anything, but it still hits on the sumptuous, neutral knits wave everyone has been riding lately.

Considering $22 price tag, the top-notch quality definitely threw me for a loop; I can’t wait to buy this in other colors too.

Not going to lie, my expectations for this one were low. My full intentions were to wear this around the house, and while running errands when 90% of the time my body is in a car, but wow I was wrong. First, the fit is really unexpectedly cool. It gave me Helmut Lang 90s feels, specifically when it came to the long, column silhouette and slate grey color. The material is on the thinner side, so I suggest wearing it with shapewear.

Here, I added sunglasses (another Amazon buy) and sleek tall leather boots.

Fun fact: I’m cold 80% of the time, so yes I’m that person wrapped up in a blanket whenever aggressive air conditioning starts to commence. I bought this hoodie to wear specifically during the day when I’m in uncontrollably cold environments, and now its all I want to wear. True to its name the material really is super soft to the touch—I’m currently wearing it as I write this story. Now I’m just waiting on Amazon to drop the matching pants.

My mom is a steadfast fan of Making The Cut, so I partially selected this as an ode to her. I love the idea of buying a piece “straight off the runway” and getting to experience the feeling of wearing something one of a kind. After slipping this on I instantly fell in love with the thick material and cowl neckline. The fabric is stretchy enough that it hugs your figure in the best way possible.

All I need is an occasion to wear this to. I styled it here with point-toe heels and a simple necklace. For a night out, I’d throw in a simple ruched clutch.

Next up: 6 Elevated Basics We’ll Wear This Season and 6 We’re Over

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