Fashionista's January Shopping List: 26 Items Our Editors Love

Though it's only the first month of 2024, this year has already brought us a slew of memorable fashion moments, like Zendaya slaying Paris Fashion Week front rows and Maison Margiela's hauntingly dramatic Haute Couture Spring 2024 collection. Consider matching this energy our new year's resolution: Team Fashionista is entering our most stylish year yet.

Staying warm was definitely top of mind for us this January, and we couldn't get enough of tops designed with Heattech to keep out the chill, cozy slippers for relaxing at home and faux shearling-lined coats built to withstand the season's bitter cold.

Below, see (and shop!) all of our favorite January finds.

Cuup The Scoop - Micro, $78, available here (sizes 30A-44H): "I'd been curious about Cuup for a while and was influenced by Savannah's review to try the brand's take on a T-shirt bra. As a B cup, I basically stopped wearing underwire bras years ago (I rarely wear bras in general if I'm being honest), but there are certain garments for which a bralette won't cut it, and Cuup's Scoop style really lives up to the hype: It's actually invisible under T-shirts and so lightweight and comfortable I barely remember I'm wearing it." —Dhani Mau, Editor-in-Chief

Alo 7/8 High-Waist Airlift Legging, $128, available here (sizes 2XS-XL): "I like my leggings extra-compressive, and these are among the best I've tried. They're great for a variety of different workouts, and I also love the slight sheen the fabric has." —Stephanie Saltzman, Beauty Director

Charles & Keith x Chet Lo Spiked Texture Shoulder Bag, $153, available here: "It's not everyday that one of your favorite designers drops an affordable collaboration, so, of course, I had to snag a piece from 'It'-designer Chet Lo's capsule with Charles & Keith. This shoulder bag is an approachable way to incorporate the designer's signature spikes into everyday looks; plus, I simply couldn't resist the spiked ball bag charm." —Savannah Sitton, Contributing Market Editor

Uniqlo Heattech Ultra Warm Crew Neck Long-Sleeve T-Shirt, $25, available here (sizes 2XS-2XL): "This shirt feels like an essential, especially in colder months when I don't want to be too bulky. As my friends who religiously wear Heattech during snow sports confirm, this top feels like a shirt but is equivalent to a sweater's heat. Taking this on some wintry trips has been crucial." —Andrea Bossi, Staff Writer

Reformation Bethany Ballet Flat, $268, available here: "These rhinestone flats have been on my wishlist ever since they launched. I love how the toe is a perfect blend of square and round, plus the tiny heel at the back gives you just the right amount of height while still participating in the ballet flat trend." —Brooke Frischer, Staff Writer

Koolaburra by UGG Burree Platform in Black, $90, available here: "As an adamant sock wearer, I never found the need to wear house shoes. But when Koolaburra sent me these faux-fur interior platform slippers, I couldn't resist. They feel like clouds on my feet — they're easy to slip on while working from home and comfortable to wear out and about running errands (even in the NYC snow)." —Janelle Sessoms, Staff Writer

A New Day 50D Opaque Tights in Burgundy, $9 $8, available here (sizes S-2XL): "The bright-red tights trend has infiltrated both my Instagram and Pinterest feeds, so I decided to try it out for myself in a softer burgundy shade. I love pairing these tights with a black mini dress and boots for a simple pop of color (and some added warmth)." —Catie Pusateri, Contributing Writer

Madhappy x Columbia Women's Cropped Quilted Jacket, $275, available here (sizes XS-XXL): "Madhappy's most recent Columbia collaboration includes a full women's range for the first time and it's all so cute, but I'm particularly obsessed with the cropped fit and navy hue of this jacket (which the brand generously gifted me). It's warm, fits extremely well on my 5'2" frame and is quite practical thanks to both exterior and interior pockets." —Dhani

L'Academie Camila Shearling Bomber, $328, available here (sizes 2XS-XL): "I'm obsessed with the vintage-y, menswear-inspired silhouette of this jacket and the way it instantly makes any outfit approximately 476% cooler. Plus, both the faux fur and faux leather look really authentic — not the least bit plasticy or cheap." —Steph

NTK NYC Mikey Jean, $265, available here (sizes 23-31): "I've always gravitated toward lace-up fastenings — it's subtly sexy and I just think it looks cool, but without a strong string and extra interior buttons to hold everything in place, a lace-up waist will never work. These jeans from emerging denim label NTK have both. An interior button holds the back flap into place, preventing bunching, so that the laces sit neatly on top and remain comfy, even with prolonged sitting. I plan on pairing them with various bodysuits to show off the waist detail." —Savannah

Wolford Satin de Luxe Pink Tights, $95, available here (sizes XS-S): "Colorful tights have undoubtedly made a comeback lately, and I love the idea of bright-pink ones." —Andrea

Staud Maryn Top in Silver, $345, available here (sizes XS-L): "I'm a sucker for a great button-front top. The fabric on this one gives a liquid-like look that I absolutely love." —Brooke

House iD Vancouver Jacket, $258, available here (sizes XS-XL): "Consider this the rain jacket of my dreams. From light drizzles to torrential downpours, it's become my go-to jacket for all rainy days. I love how roomy the cut is, allowing more than enough space to be comfortably layered atop a chunky sweater during cooler weather." —Janelle

Bella Hugo Double Heart Earrings, $90 $45, available here: "I've had my eye on these earrings for a while now, and I finally bought them to switch up my usual gold hoops for hearts." —Catie

Donni The Pointelle Simple Crop Pant, $134, available here (sizes XXS-XXL): "For the past year-ish, I've banned myself from purchasing any loungewear due to the ample amount I accumulated during Covid lockdowns. But I'm thinking about lifting the ban for these pants from Donni's new pointelle collection. They'd be a nice, versatile alternative to my more athletic-leaning sweats and leggings and could definitely be worn outside the house with the right styling." —Dhani

Dissh Brooklyn Slate Skort, $110, available here (sizes 2-12): "I'm already craving bare-legs weather, and I think the skort is ready for a major resurgence. (Seriously, is any garment more practical than a skort?) Dissh's version, which is made from a suiting fabric, is especially fun and versatile." —Steph

Núnoo Maxi Dandy Bag, $309, available here: "I'm obsessed with this woven leather bag because of its spaciousness and wide, padded shoulder strap. It makes carrying a full HydroFlask, my laptop, sneakers and a rolled-up sweater far more comfortable." —Savannah

Made for a Woman Chapeau Vakona, $260, available here: "I love how intricately detailed and colorful this hat is. The Madagascar-based brand Made for a Woman takes the classic bucket style and rethinks it with multicolored raffia." —Andrea

Awe Inspired Eternity Heart Chain Necklace, $125, available here: "I love most anything heart-shaped, especially with Valentine's Day coming up. But sometimes, it's nice to have a way to flaunt the fun shape without it being a major statement. This dainty chain is subtle but still keeps the romance alive." —Brooke

BCBGeneration Women's Double Breasted Faux-Shearling Coat, $400 $239, available here (sizes XS-XXL): "Despite owning an unhealthy number of coats, none of them have kept me warm during my first New York City winter, considering I've bought all my jackets from my hometown in Florida. So when I came across this chic and warm shearling-lined coat, I knew I had to buy it. It comes at a practical midi length — just a few inches above my ankles — and I've been wearing it with every outfit on every occasion." —Janelle

UGG Women's Ansley Slipper, $100, available here: "I've only recently become an Ugg wearer, and these ultra plush, cozy loafers helped fully convert me. They're the perfect cross between a comfy house slipper and errand shoe, making them the perfect by-the-door emergency shoe during winter. Plus, I get so many compliments every time I leave them outside of my yoga studio. (I went with classic chestnut but the Wildflower pink are so cute, too.)" —Savannah

Corbin Shaw 'Screaming in Perfect English' Shirt, $54, available here (sizes XS-XL): "This is the shirt that Bella Hadid wore on the cover of 'Perfect Magazine,' which marked her return to modeling. I love a unique T-shirt." —Andrea

Hutch Siriana Gown, $385, available here (sizes US 0-14): "Though this is certainly a special occasion dress, I quite literally wish I could wear it anywhere and everywhere. The color drew me in, and the perfect combination of the bow and rosette trend at the top sealed the deal. There's nothing wrong with wanting to feel like a Disney princess, and that's exactly what this gown does for me." —Brooke

Madewell The Essential Bucket Tote in Leather, $178, available here: "Anyone who knows me knows tote bags are my kryptonite, so of course I couldn't pass up adding another to my collection. The spacious interior and versatile brown colorway make it perfect for day-to-day wear. The shoulder strap is also just the right size so that it doesn't constantly fall down while I'm on the go (even when I'm wearing a thick coat)." —Janelle

Agent Provocateur Classic PJ Camisole, $310 $125, available here (sizes 6-16): "Ahead of Valentine's Day, I'm thinking of ways to have fun with lingerie and boldly add it to my everyday wear. I love this camisole as an entry point: something that can be worn under a blazer, layered over a shirt or, plainly, to bed." —Andrea

Adidas Gazelle Indoor Sneakers in Blue Suede, $146, available here"I can't seem to stop buying sneakers right now, and instead of investing in yet another pair of Sambas, I decided to change it up with some Gazelles. The periwinkle blue suede just makes me happy, and they liven up my outfit no matter what else I'm wearing." —Steph

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