Every office has one — that person whose wardrobe is so effortlessly cool, you’re constantly asking, “where did you get that?!” Here, it’s branded content producer Gaby Grossman. Her outfits combine fashion-forward pieces — she never met a jumpsuit she couldn’t master — with unexpected details and bright colors that make her a ray of sunshine in a city that maybe loves its neutrals a little too much (sorry, NYC).
Gaby has a knack for sourcing pieces that aren’t just chic, they’re also totally accessible and affordable — like the 10 she hand-chose for us from Amazon’s Staples by the Drop, and Prime Wardrobe (which lets you try on pieces at home before you buy — with free returns). Whether you’re shopping for yourself, or hunting down the perfect present for your most stylish giftees, you’ll find it here. The genius of Gaby’s picks? They’re the ideal mix of wear-everyday essentials — the polished black T-shirt dress, the plush hoodie you’ll want to wear all winter — and those truly special buys that elevate any outfit, like the suede moto jacket all our most stylish friends are suddenly wearing.
The best part? Each find is under $100, and can be sailing to your door in just a couple clicks. Get shopping — and gifting — below.
At least three of my coolest friends have this stunning suede jacket in different colors, and I can’t wait to be the next join the club. I’m particularly eyeing the sage-green color, which will spice up any all-black ‘fit.
I love this classic black dress, which can be layered with a moto jacket (like the one above), and paired with a velvet sandal and printed sock. The slim fit makes it feel special-occasion worthy, and it’s stretchy and comfy enough to be worn all day.
One of my, ahem, favorite things about living in New York City is not being able to control the heat in my own apartment. Sometimes, even when it’s freezing outside, it’s a balmy 85 in my cozy studio. These pajamas — which I discovered in Amazon’s handy fashion gift guide — are ideal when you want to feel festive and chic in a PJ set, but your radiator makes flannel out of the question.
Catch me in these slippers and my PJs as I run to the deli to grab a seltzer and three bags of sour candy. I’ve had my pair for over five years and they are still perfect. There is no purer joy in this world than a cozy slipper, do not @ me.
I love leopard print and its comeback this year has made me so happy. I’ll wear this midi skirt year-round — now with my neon puffer coat and cute boots, and in the summer with a vintage tee and sneaks. I read somewhere that leopard is now a neutral and that is my new life philosophy!
Who doesn’t love a classic going-out top? This sophisticated piece pairs perfectly with a bright, high-waisted pant, or tuck it into a cute skirt and tights for a swanky holiday-party look.
Ladies, it’s fleece season! A cozy fleece is the number-one way to feel like you’re still in bed while you’re out and about. Grab one of these in a neutral color to pair with a printed skirt and tights for the ultimate cozy-chic look.
Tie dye is back in a major way these days, and these socks have been my favorite way to add a pop of color and ~chill vibes~ to any outfit. I’ve been wearing these with any neutral outfit, especially my favorite wide-leg cropped jeans. I can safely say I’ve never gotten more compliments on a pair of socks in my life!
When I’m on set for photo shoots, I have to be ready to be on my feet all day, but still feel presentable for chatting with clients. A bright, fun sneaker like these Adidas keep me feeling cool and on-trend without worrying about twisting an ankle.
A quality faux fur is an absolute must-have this holiday season. I particularly love this timeless black hoodie, for when your heart says “stay in bed,” but your schedule says “leave the house looking presentable.”
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