You Can Shop Lord & Taylor at And These Are Our Favorite Finds

by Rebecca Deczynski

When seasons shift, it becomes so tempting to restock your wardrobe with new, exciting, on-trend clothes. But shopping can be stressful when you have to dig to find things that you really like and can actually afford — which is why's partnership with Lord & Taylor is a style savior.

The Lord & Taylor shop on offers options for women, men, and children, from designers that you already love, as well as some fresh picks. You can stock up on your favorite Calvin Klein undies while picking up some super-versatile pants by Tommy Hilfiger or even selecting your go-to statement shoes by Steve Madden. With curated trends and a ton of under-$100 clothing and accessory options, this unexpected partnership makes putting together your autumn wardrobe a snap.

When premium brands become more accessible and easy to shop, more people have the freedom to express themselves through their everyday outfit picks and wear the things that make them feel their best. After all, who doesn't love a good ruffle-sleeve top or a sleek faux leather jacket? Now, you can find them without any unnecessary shopping stress.

Ready to add some new things to your cart? Check out our 15 favorite picks from's Lord & Taylor shop below.

Amp Up Your Accessory Game With Pretty Cerulean Earrings

Step Out In Style With Leopard-Print Mules

Dress Up Jeans With A Bell-Sleeve Top

Keep Comfy In A Flowy Hoodie

Accessorize Any Outfit With A Wool Beret

Amplify Your Outfit With Suede Boots

Stay Warm With This Distressed Sweater

Stash Your Stuff In A Versatile Crossbody Bag

One-Up Your Jeans With Tailored Indigo Trousers

Upgrade Your Essentials With A New Leather Wallet

Get Fancy With A Floral Mini Dress

Go Back to the Basics With A Yellow Tie-Front Tee

Refine Your Look With A Delicate Lariat Necklace

Look Slick In A Faux Leather Jacket

Go Classic With A Simple Logo Tee

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