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We're a few days into 2023, and now that holiday shopping is behind us, we can focus on all the goodies we've been neglecting to get for ourselves — with cute clothes at the top of the list. Amazon fashion trends come and go, but there are some items shoppers really clung to in 2022 that will carry over well into this year. Flattering and flowy or cozy and cute, we've rounded up the Amazon fashion finds shoppers couldn't get enough of in the last year — and some of them are even on sale! Scroll on for our reader faves, starting at just $9.
For upwards of over 4,200 five-star reviewers, this sweater is "the one" — it hides flaws, looks great and keeps them comfortable. You can get it in 37 colors, from basic neutral shades like khaki and navy to festive prints.
Lee's motto is "The Brand That Fits," and with over 12,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, the Instantly Slims Classic Relaxed Fit Monroe Straight Leg jeans stay true to the purpose. These are designed loosely through the hips with a stretchy material that moves with you.
With nearly 40,000 five-star reviews, this is one of the most popular tops on Amazon. This femme top is light and flattering with peekaboo lace sleeves, so your arms can be covered up but still breathe. Choose from 42 colors and styles.
Kind of like an extra-thick flannel shirt, this shacket will become your fall-through-spring go-to. We love that it's giving the best kind of '90s vibes. Some 3,000 five-star fans have already added this shacket to their wardrobes — and you can too! Choose from 13 different colors.
The mega-popular Merokeety sweater is just what the weather forecast ordered. This cozy cardigan has already garnered more than 17,000 five-star ratings on Amazon. It comes in 40 colors and styles in sizes from S to XXL.
Along with more than 18,000 five-star reviews, this chic sweater has an oversize fit that’s roomy without being tent-like, so it drapes like a dream. It has a comfy cowl neck, long batwing sleeves and a flattering high-low asymmetric hem. Altogether, it has an easy fit, stylish look and cozy feel.
Need some protection for your hands this winter? Made with conductive yarn spun from spandex and polyester, these screen-friendly gloves come in nine different colors and range in sizes from medium to extra large — and there are over 33,000 five-star fans that rave about them.
With more than 19,000 five-star fans, this loose and drapey cardigan is as forgiving as they come. It has an open front (no buttons, ties or zippers!) and an asymmetrical hem, which gives it a backward- mullet flare — business in the back and party in the front. Choose from 27 colors to match any outfit.
This lightweight vest has nearly 17,000 five-star reviews, with shoppers raving about how it keeps you warm but manages to look slimming. It also has handy zip-up pockets, a smooth neckline and a warm polyester lining. Plus, with 19 colors from camel to forest green, there's a perfect hue for you.
Made of a super-soft, buttery fabric that's thick and opaque, these high-waisted, tummy-control leggings fit and flatter various body types. And with more than 61,000 five-star reviews, shoppers love them. They're available in three different lengths in one size/regular or one size/plus, with 25 colors and prints to choose from.
Score nearly 50% off these socks loved by nearly 16,000 five-star fans — and get a load of those colors! Not too bright, not too muted, just lovely shades of plum, raspberry, mustard, forest green and the like — all in patterns inspired by 19th-century fishermen.
BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) -China may respond to the U.S. shooting down its suspected spy balloon after warning of "serious repercussions", but analysts say any move will likely be finely calibrated to keep from worsening ties that both sides have been seeking to repair. Regional analysts and diplomats are closely watching China's response after a U.S. fighter jet shot down the balloon - which Beijing says was an errant weather-monitoring craft - in the Atlantic off South Carolina on Saturday. China on Sunday condemned the attack as an "over-reaction", saying it reserved the right to use the necessary means to deal with "similar situations", without elaborating.
The US Department of Defense (DoD) said fighter aircraft successfully brought down a high altitude surveillance balloon launched by and belonging to China over the water off the coast of South Carolina on February 4.Footage filmed by Twitter user @YoDannymusic shows jet contrails and a white object falling over Murrells Inlet, near Myrtle Beach. Onlookers can be heard saying “they shot it, they shot the balloon down.”President Joe Biden told reporters he “ordered the Pentagon to shoot it down on Wednesday, as soon as possible,” but explained that officials felt it was best to take the balloon down when it was over water.The DoD said the balloon was being used by China in an attempt to surveil strategic sites in the continental US. The craft was safely taken down over US territorial waters, according to officials. Credit: @YoDannymusic via Storyful
The Bugatti Chiron Profilée created a record as the most expensive new car to be sold at an auction, at RM Sotheby’s, Paris on 1 February. This one-of-a-kind, luxury car, a toned-down version of the brand’s Chiron Pur Sport, was sold at around USD 10.77 million (SGD 14.12 million approximately) in total. The final bid for Chiron Profilée was around USD 9.5 million (SGD 12.45 million), minus the fees paid to RM Sotheby’s auction house. The production run of Chiron was stopped after 500 build spot
Mikel Arteta urged Arsenal to dig deep after a shock 1-0 defeat at Everton dented the Premier League leaders' title bid, while Liverpool's troubled season hit a new low with a woeful 3-0 loss at Wolves on Saturday.Brentford climbed to seventh place and pushed bottom of the table Southampton deeper into trouble with a 3-0 win.
"All of Ukraine that remains under Kyiv's rule will burn," journalist Nadana Fridrikhson quoted him as saying in a written interview with her. Fridrikhson asked Medvedev, who as deputy chairman of the Security Council has become one of Russia's most hawkish pro-war figures since its invasion of Ukraine, whether the use of longer-range weapons might force Russia to negotiate with Kyiv.