No matter the style or occasion, I always want my wardrobe to be three things: cute, comfortable, and accessible. The first one is pretty self-explanatory: Even if it took me 45 seconds to build an outfit and get dressed, I want clothes that make me look and feel good. The second one is also relatively straightforward: If it is scratchy or doesn’t feel great on my body, I don’t want it there. Finally, there’s accessibility, which means I’m usually not going to bother with expensive, fragile fabrics that constantly need to be lint-rolled, ironed, and dry-cleaned. I’m a much bigger fan of affordable clothes that look great, but can still stand up to my lifestyle.
Now, I typically don’t like to assume that other people feel the same way I do, but when it comes to a few particular items on Amazon, the “no longer available” tag doesn’t lie. Amazon keeps selling out of these pieces of clothing because they’re affordable and super cute all at the same time. (According to reviewers, most of them are also comfortable enough to sleep in — even if they’re dressy enough for work or a wedding.) Finally, they’re offered in tons of patterns, colors, sizes, lengths, and styles, so you can find the best fit for your style and preferences. No wonder Amazon can’t keep their virtual shelves stocked.