I’m Losing It Over These 36 Items That Look Way More Expensive Than $16

We love an affordable roundup at Who What Wear. Usually, that means we’re finding “cheap thrills” under a price point around $100, but given the current situation, we’re taking it a step further to truly scour the internet for finds that are even more affordable. That means roundups of things like outfits under $40, and this sweet little story you’ve landed on where there’s not a pick over $15. This catalog of 56 products is conveniently split into categories including basics, trendy pieces, accessories a-plenty (including a couple of saucy picks!), swimwear, and homewares.

I may be partial, given I labored over the edit for many hours, but I’ve found a particular delight in being able to scroll freely in this story knowing that any slide that caught my eye wouldn’t be an out-of-the-question splurge. I know many are not spending at all on non-essential items, but you can always bookmark some picks for later or simply take pleasure in a little window shopping. Enjoy!

If there’s one basic to buy right now, the racer-front tank is it. I couldn’t help but include three in this roundup. 

Bike shorts are here to stay. 

This cardigan is so cute thanks to the tie-front detail. 

Another fantastic racer-front tank top. 

This muscle tank has a subtly padded shoulder.

You can never own too many striped tees. 

The perfect top to wear with high-rise jeans. 

Perfect for showing off a pretty necklace. 

These trousers mean business. 

Sweatshorts are such a smart buy for spring and summer. 

One of the best under-$20 pairs of leggings on the market. 

A cute cardigan can take your tee-and-jeans outfit to the next level. 

You’ll never regret investing in wear-with-anything basics like white tanks. 

I love this beautiful minty green color. 

Not your average crop top. 

This scarf hem is so cute. 

If you feel like showing off your hips.

Square necklines are so chic. 

This is giving me some ’90s Kate Moss vibes. 

The neon trend seems to reemerge every spring—and this year is no exception. 

These look way more expensive than $8. 

This would look so cute paired with a white dress. 

Fashion girls can’t stop wearing oval sunglasses.

Sporty spice. 

Simple yet statement-making. 

A lot cuter than my Revlon hair clip. 

The perfect complement to gold earrings. 

I have a feeling these $10 shoes will sell out in no time. 

Why wear a boring hair tie when you can use a satin scrunchie?

Three rings for $8—now that’s a good deal. 

Next, the only sneakers French women wear