The 25 Most-Purchased Fashion Items of June

If you’re reading this, you probably appreciate how much Who What Wear’s fashion editors love to shop. And they’re really, really good at it. From trend forecasting to street style and celeb outfit IDs, if it’s worth adding to your wardrobe, we’ve probably written about it and included a handy hyperlink (or, as we like to say, “shopped it out”). Whether you’re interested in upgrading your sneaker game, replacing worn-out bras, or simply finding the best jeans for your figure, Who What Wear has you covered.

Now, a new month means it’s time to turn the spotlight back on our favorite shoppers—you!

Below, you will find the most popular fashion pieces under $100 that Who What Wear readers (and, let’s be honest, staffers) actually purchased over the past month along with a few notes about why we also love each item. Think of it as a Who What Wear nomination seconded by hundreds—sometimes even thousands—of our readers, updated monthly to reflect not only the best purchases we’ve made but also what is still available and genuinely worth adding to your shopping cart.

Intrigued? We hope so. Keep scrolling to see the 25 most popular fashion items our readers purchased in June, and be sure to let us know if your must-haves made the list. We may shop till we drop, but our DMs are always open.

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H&M Cotton Corset-Style Top ($25)

Corset-style tops are making major waves this season.

H&M Linen Shirt ($30)

According to my closet, there’s no such thing as too many linen shirts for summer.

Treasure & Bond Drapey Classic Shirt ($69)

This versatile shirt comes in several colors.

Modegal Vintage Strapless Open Back Boned Mesh Bustier ($26)

Yep, the viral Amazon bustier was a best seller!

H&M Oversized Denim Shirt ($35)

We love a denim shacket.

Open Edit Lightweight Blazer ($75)

Blazers are back!

Hanes Nano T-Shirt ($7)

As usual, Who What Wear readers and editors alike are obsessed with this classic white T-shirt.


H&M Smock-Detail Dress ($25)

For everyday occasions.

H&M Flounced Dress ($60)

Perfect for a long-awaited summer celebration.

H&M Sleeveless Dress ($25)

For sitting pretty poolside.

H&M Rib-Knit Dress ($35)

Just throw it on and go.

Treasure & Bond Ruched Side Sleeveless Dress ($49)

This flattering silhouette will carry you from summer into fall.

H&M Ruffle-Detail Dress ($20)

Pretty in pink plus ruffles.

Huiyuzhi V Neck Button Down Shirt Dress ($29)

This breezy dress was a best seller last summer, too.

Open Edit Open Back Dress ($69)

Subtly chic.

H&M V-Neck Dress ($30)

A classic A-line cut.

H&M Linen-Blend Dress ($25)

This dress is sure to be a sellout for the second month in a row.

Shorts and Pants

H&M Wide Bermuda High Waist Shorts ($20)

Bermuda shorts are a whole vibe.

H&M Straight High Ankle Jeans ($35)

These jeans are hugely popular with Who What Wear readers.

H&M Linen Shorts ($25)

Don’t forget the matching linen top!

H&M Wide-Cut Pants ($25)

From the boardwalk to the beach.

H&M Linen-Blend Pull-On Shorts ($18)

We are still obsessed with this head-to-toe linen look.

Levi’s Wedgie Icon Fit High Waist Jeans ($98)

If you’re going to wear jeans in the summer, then this classic pair is the perfect fit.


Eomenie One Piece Swimsuit ($10)

This affordable one-piece is truly flattering and comes in so many different colors.

Chuangdi 2 Piece Beach Wrap ($12)

This two-piece beach wrap was a best seller during Amazon Prime Day.

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