100 Cheap Winter Finds

Fact: January can be a tough time to shop. Not only is your drab dead-of-winter wardrobe likely begging for a lift, but your bank account's depleted from all those great gifts you picked up last month. Luckily, the stellar seasonal finds we've rounded up below all cost less than $100. Time to imbibe—guilt-free!

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Plaid and chilly winter weather go together like marshmallows and hot cocoa.

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Gap's beloved legging jean gets a delightfully dotty update.


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Could kaleidoscopic horses be the new kaleidoscopic florals? For our part, we really, really hope so.
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Yes, it is possible to find a luxe silk button-up in an awesome color and at an affordable price.
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This neutral, classic topper would've caught our eye even without that alluring under-three-figure price tag.
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Cocktail party, here we come.
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We could so picture Gwen Stefani in this amazing skirt.

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Come to think of it, the No Doubt singer would also be right at home in these rockabilly-cool cropped trousers.
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Don't blame us when "Please Mr. Postman" winds up stuck in your head for days.
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A fuss-free way to wear mixed prints.

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Get a load of that pear!
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A subtle and not-at-all-cheesy way to wear leopard spots.


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Suddenly, we're craving old-school Juicy Fruit gum like whoa.
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The Peter Pan collar is feminine, the little cutout flirty. A perfect balance, no?


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Too cold outside for your favorite bateau tees and boat shoes? Try this nautical bauble instead!
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This is probably tucked away in Zooey Deschanel's closet already.
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A visually-intriguing take on a collegiate classic.
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Dress it down with your favorite distressed boyfriend jeans.
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We can't think of a single editor who isn't obsessed with low-heeled pumps right now.

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It's a blouse! It's a tuxedo! It's a bluxedo!


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A Nu Rave way to stay warm.
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Glittery footwear: still going strong, in case you were wondering.
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The cropped length keeps it from looking too corporate.
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Baroque swirls look even better in blue.
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How about a starry-eared surprise?
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Consider this your incentive to utilize that New Year's gym membership.
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Finally, a knit worth howling about.


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The Western-style epaulets make it special.


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The sporty silhouette and traditional fabric make for a cool contrast.
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We've spotted this mixed-media piece all over the blogosphere—not to mention all around our office. Here's a crazy-affordable iteration.
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Velvet's one of the most winter-appropriate fabrics around, and we love the tribal detailing on this darling dress.
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Take color-blocking to the office.
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Would look equally awesome with a pair of tailored trousers.
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Tennis racquet and impeccable side braid not included, unfortunately.
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Tri-colored. Tri-flapped. Just try to resist it.

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Pretty much the sexiest white button-up we've ever spotted.
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Now these are party pants if ever we've seen a pair.
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Make them formal with a pair of pointy metallic pumps, or go casual with some comfy smoking slippers.


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Is it too early to start planning that Valentine's Day ensemble?


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We love the delicate double-layered collar.
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There are few things as appealing as a casual tee all done up in a fancy finish.
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Not quite as cheap as a black-and-white cookie, but infinitely longer-lasting—not to mention less caloric.
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The cold-weather way to wear florals.
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The silhouette's totally traditional, while those pyramid studs are anything but.
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Just don't wear them when it's snowing, OK?

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Try it on with different belts to switch up your look.
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Layer it over opaque black tights for some duo-toned pop.
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There's a lot going on here—print, pockets, collar tips—but it somehow all works together beautifully. Just keep the rest of your outfit subtle, of course.


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Leather shorts are a wintertime style standby, and we adore that sweet scalloped hem.
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So perfect with a pair of leather leggings, or layered beneath a big black faux fur vest.
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Bow prints: a trend to get tied up in.

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Plain old star studs are great and all—but these are works of art.
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The color palette is seasonless, but that linen fabrication means you'll wear this one well into summer.
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Pair it with a cozy knit in a bright color, like cerulean blue or sunshine yellow.
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How amazing would this look with a winter white maxi skirt?
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"Ugly sweaters" and cheeky graphic pullovers were huge last year. Now, metallic coated knits are the new frontier.
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The color alone makes it a must-have; plus, the long strap is ideal for slinging across your winter coat.
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Guaranteed to keep your neck warmer than any standard-issue wool scarf will.
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Look out—someone's on the prowl!
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Scarf prints and animal patterns: a surprisingly stylish match.
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Simple, stunning and seriously Kate Middleton-esque.
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Excuse us while we "cross" the perfect patterned sweater off our shopping list.
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The LLD (little leather dress): just as vital a closet component as the LBD. And hey, this covers both bases!
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We'd have some fun butchering the Seal classic "Fly Like an Eagle" while wearing this graphic knit.

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Thoroughly modern Mondrian.


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Your stilettos are gonna be jealous.


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A crazy-cozy take on the classic biker jacket.
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Layer it over opaque tights and a fitted, thin black turtleneck now; then, wear it solo once the weather warms.


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Instantly waist-whittling.

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That square neckline's the perfect frame for a statement necklace.


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True, you'd be the only one to actually see them—but wouldn't you feel so happy pulling these babies on under your boots?
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Clueless dressing reimagined for north-of-Los-Angeles weather.


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Yes, you can actually wear this both before and after February 14. Promise.
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We had to look twice before realizing this wasn't Lanvin.
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Those tone-on-tone tuxedo stripes couldn't be more slimming.
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Fair Isle: It's not just for sweaters.
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Not your grandpa's cable knit, that's for sure.
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Slip this on, and the folks at Marvel will be banging down your door.
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Proof positive that spiders can be cute, not creepy.


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Black skinny jeans will make these really stand out.