Every Item on My & Other Stories Spring Wish List Happens to Be Under £75

Being a fashion editor automatically means a lot of my family and friends come to me and ask for advice on where to shop for anything from wedding guest outfits to the best jeans, and honestly, 90% of the time, & Other Stories is my answer. You just can’t beat the high-street brand’s expensive-looking buys at the moment.

The brand’s edits are consistently full of beautiful wardrobe heroes, from elevated basics to statement dresses, and it’s not just the higher-end pieces I’m a fan of. I’ve been scrolling through the latest new-in section, and everything on my current wish list is under £75. So this is your sign not to rule it out when searching for more affordable pieces to breathe life into your 2022 wardrobe. 

Lorna wears an & Other Stories Blazer.

The brand’s premium basics really shine, from its mock-neck sweater that every fashion editor I know owns to its perfect denim offering. (The Favourite cut is my go-to.) But there are also some great standout pieces that look much more expensive than their price tag.

Keep scrolling, then, and you’ll see my edit of the best fashion editor–approved & Other Stories pieces under £75 that will see you through to spring and beyond. 

The best jeans on the high street. 

The perfect cropped wide-leg. These come in lots of shades, but the cream feels particularly good for spring.

Ripped jeans are making a comeback. 

I’ve got this and worn it on repeat already this year. 

The label’s most popular jumper comes in no fewer than 13 colours. This grey-beige feels the most expensive, in my opinion. 

A great top to wear with wide-leg trousers.

I’d wear this over a white shirt for returning to the office. 

Such a pretty blouse for dressing up jeans. 

A pop of colour for wearing underneath neutral suits. 

The buttons on this dark denim shirt have me sold. 

This bright shade of orange looks great paired with camel. 

Wear this with a blazer for dinner out and sandals for any weddings you have coming up. 

Cut-out black dresses are going to be a thing this year, and this is one of the chicest I’ve seen so far. 

Chequerboard print is still going strong. 

Everyone needs a pair of perfect black trousers in their arsenal. 

A fancy version of leggings for wearing with blazers, long jumpers and shirts. Try ballet flats or loafers with them if you don’t want to wear heels. 

The miniskirt reigns this season, and I love the cute ’70s vibe of this denim one. 

There’s nothing like a good colour-pop accessory. 

This would look so chic around your neck with shirts or even in your hair on holiday. 

Sunglasses that could easily pass for designer. 

So minimalist and chic. 

Next up, the nine most expensive-looking pieces on the high street this week.

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