The 9 New-In Pieces I’m Loving This Week

March 01, 2021 at 05:00AM

We created What to Buy Now to bring you a concise edit every Monday of the items we really love—from the high street, designer labels, vintage gems you can buy online and even charity-shop treasures. We’re constantly scanning the most stylish online stores so you can feel safe in the knowledge that you won’t miss a thing.

We know that your fashion requirements can vary massively from season to season, whether you’re looking for an immaculately tailored staple, an affordable sundress or the perfect pair of shoes. So not only will we cover all the bases, but as ardent believers in mindful consumption, we’ll make sure everything we include will look just as fresh in a year’s time as it does now.

Of course, we’ll also bring you those pieces that simply set your heart racing in a way that only fashion can. This week’s highlights include plenty of wardrobe heroes—Arket’s cool patchwork denim to COS’ perfect spring tote. Scroll down to shop the buys on my wish list this week. You know what to do.

Set your alarms for March: Arket’s patchwork denim drop is coming.

The perfect pair of gold hoops. 

We’ve gone denim crazy here at WWW and this is the latest addition to our wishlist. 

A pop of grass green never goes amiss.

My new summer obsession: Waistcoats.

COS has such good accessories in stock right now.

I’ll use this to layer-up on chillier spring days.

I predict this is going to be the sandal of 2021.

This boucle jacket is a real vintage steal.

Ghost now does loungewear and it’s as good as you’d expect.

I’m never not looking for cool pairs of vintage cowboy boots.

Style this lace mini with the above boots for spring-ready style.

Layer-up now then wear alone with jeans come spring.

You’d never guess this Arker silk scarf wasn’t designer.

Hurry up, summer.

How cute are these daisy-dotted sandals?


H&M’s Studio collection is looking so good this season.

Use these to add interest to your spring basics.

Bravo & Other Stories for creating the most immaculately cut blazer.

I can’t stop thinking about the throwback vibes of this lesser-known shoe brand.

I’ll be wearing COS’ oversized cardigan with boots and layered roll necks until spring arrives.

I love a good neck tie, and this Petar Petrov iteration is perfect for smart casual workwear.

I’ve seen so many influencers rocking the neckerchief recently and this new brand is really acing the trend.

Me: I don’t need another sweater vest. H&M: …

A leather shirt is the ideal trans-seasonal layering piece.

Mango has so much good denim in stock right now.

For anyone who wants to add a little ’70s appeal to their spring wardrobe.

A shirt dress is the one item on my spring wishlist, and this COS iteration would fit the bill nicely. 

Spring is the perfect time to experiment with mules. 

I was instantly won-over by the ’70s silhouette and patchwork finish of this fab jacket.

Wear this with wide leg jeans and loafers for timeless chic.

I never thought I’d covet a bodysuit until I saw this Dodo Bar Or number.

A.W.A.K.E. Mode has officially just made me a skirt person with this post-box red midi.

Spring is on the horizon, which means it’s almost time to dust off those sunglasses. 

I wish this beautiful vintage jacket came in my size. 

Layer over shirts and dresses during the tricky in-between season period.

I have a bit of a thing for fringing, if you can’t tell.

This is such a perfect pair of tailored trousers, sigh.

Meet my dream pair of shoes.

I discovered this brand on Insta the other day and I’m obsessed with their prints.

Paloma Wool have well and truly nailed the flare this season.

I’ll throw these on the moment spring hits.

Such a lovely shade of terracotta.

This vintage store has so many wearable gems in stock.

The graphic monochrome of this overshirt is sure to turn heads.

Tuck this into high-waisted denim this spring. 

There’s nothing I don’t love about this cut-out knit.

I never thought I’d see the day that I’d covet clogs, but here we are.

The dream ‘it’s-no-longer-winter’ dress.

Use these to add a throwback finish to your spring outfits.

Only Celine could make a logo T-shirt look this chic.

Vintage Givenchy chain necklace? A thousand times yes.

Arket is our go-to for denim right now.

Theres’s something so stand-out about this ruffled cardigan from & Other Stories.

It’s all about the colour-blocking knits right now.

These VB wide leg jeans won’t stick around for long.

Such a cool ombre effect.

I need more chunky chains in my life, thanks.

Such an affordable WFH staple.

This is my dream leather jacket.

Combine this sage green top with beige separates.

A statement-making piece from a new sustainable fashion brand.

You can’t go wrong with these M&S leather Chelsea boots.

I don’t need another jacket, but this pale pink beauty might just change my mind.

A rare vintage find.

Love the quirky checker print of this sweater vest.

For someone who doesn’t wear skirts, I’m oddly drawn to a-line midis RN.

*Adds to dream bag wishlist*.

Just add gold jewellery for WFH chic.

The silhouette of this Uterque blazer looks so premium.

I’m totally sold on animal print loafers this winter.

COS has convinced me that quilted coats are the way to go.

This Zara buy looks seriously expensive.

A real chunky boot gem from Jigsaw. 

Saint Laurent is fulfilling all my throwback dreams with this leather blazer.

The bib on this Breton top is just too cute.

The Frankie Shop is the place to go for elevated basics.

Like your fave WFH leggings but so much better.

The print on this ’70s shirt is just too good. Just add to high-waisted jeans.

There’s something so premium about this soft shade of mint green.

The moment I saw the orange braided edge on this Mulberry beauty I was sold.

You’d never know this leather coat was from M&S.

A serious designer doppelgänger. 

I love anything with a bit of fringing.

Next: Spring/Summer 2021 Trends: The Most Important Fashion Looks You Need to Know

Promo images: The Style Stalker

Author Joy Montgomery | Whowhatwear
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