12 under-$100 men’s fashion finds I’m adding to my cart this month

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As a professional shopper and men’s fashion editor, I’m always scouring the internet for the best deals and prices for quality menswear. I’ve found that the sweet spot for snagging premium men’s fashion pieces without breaking the bank is between $40 and $100, and these 12 pieces all fall within that range.

This month, the best deals and prices span across categories like loungewear, fashion accessories, footwear and streetwear with brands like Raen, Fear of God ESSENTIALS, Bombas, Cozy Earth, Monos and even luxury leatherwear brand Carl Friedrik, showing that you don’t have to spend a lot for top-quality goods that are sure to last.

From these Men’s Square Sunglasses that are on super sale for just $60 and Cozy Earth’s new Men’s Modern Modal Tee that’s already become my new work-from-home uniform to the luxe Carl Friedrik Hatton Slim Leather Card Holder and the always-sold-out Fear of God ESSENTIALS Gray Relaxed Sweatshirt that’s in stock in all sizes, I’ve got you covered on the 12 best men’s fashion finds to shop this month.

1. Raen Phonos Men’s Square Sunglasses, $59.99 (Orig. $149.95)

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Raen is one of my all-time favorite eyewear brands because, unlike most of their competitors, they make wider sizes to fit wider faces. The Phonos square sunglasses are one of its best sellers and, right now, the sunrise/dark smoke color is 60% off, bringing a pair down to just $60!

These go up to extra wide.

2. Warby Parker Parker Travel Case, $40

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Speaking of eyewear, if you have one to three pairs or just need the perfect case for travel, Warby Parker’s Parker Travel Case is the best I’ve found and used.

When you’re not traveling, it doubles as storage for your jewelry, stationery or whatever you feel like using it for. The faux leather case comes in jet black, Midnight and Walnut (pictured above).

3. Fear of God ESSENTIALS Gray Relaxed Sweatshirt, $85

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If you’re a streetwear fan, you likely already know that Fear of God ESSENTIALS is one of the hardest brands to shop since it’s always sold out — like, always! Somehow, though, the Gray Relaxed Sweatshirt, which is my favorite silhouette in the entire ESSENTIALS line, is in stock on SSENSE in all sizes!

I love this sweatshirt because the hem isn’t ribbed, allowing for a cleaner and more free-flowing silhouette that’s more comfortable to wear and pairs better with basics that you already own.

4. Bombas Men’s Gripper Slipper, $45

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Bombas’ Men’s Gripper Slippers are, hands down, some of the most underrated house shoes on the market. They’re half-slipper, half-sock and have special grips on the base to keep you from slipping and sliding as you walk around your apartment.

They come in three sizes (M, L and XL) and fit men’s shoe sizes ranging from 7 to 15.

5. KILIAN Paris Angels Share Fragrance (Mini Size), $50

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The best men’s fashion choices aren’t limited to traditional clothing and accessories. A fragrance is just as much a part of the equation as any other, and KILIAN Paris’ Angels Share is my favorite fragrance of the moment.

This popular unisex fragrance is warm and spicy with key notes of cognac, tonka bean and oak wood. According to the description, “it has the essence of cognac derived from the liquor to give it a natural caramel color.” I’d say this fragrance is the perfect blend of masculine and feminine since it feels so warm yet also extremely mysterious. And, best of all, it lasts all day.

If you’re skeptical about blind-buying, try out the mini size above to see if it’s right for you before committing to the full-size bottle.

6. Monos Metro Toiletry Case, $60 – $85

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Every man needs a quality toiletry case, and this one from Monos is my new favorite. It comes in two finishes (nylon and a luxe vegan leather) and two sizes (small and large), retailing under $100.

The nylon case is a premium nylon twill with ultra-microfibre vegan leather accents. The vegan leather option is ultra-microfibre vegan leather. You don’t have to worry about scuffing this case when you travel; both finishes are water- and scratch-resistant.

The Monos Metro Toiletry Case has interior zippered pockets that keep small items secure, a slip pocket to organize your items and a soft cotton twill fabric lining. The large case has an exterior pocket with a magnetic snap to store combs, floss picks and other flat items.

This is the one that you’ll have for years.

7. Cozy Earth Men’s Modern Modal Tee, $90

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Cozy Earth makes the softest and most luxurious sheets ever (just ask Oprah), but its loungewear also needs a round of applause, particularly its new Modal loungewear collection.

I recently received the new Men’s Modern Modal Tee and I can confidently say it’s the softest and most flattering T-shirt I own — and I own at least 25 plain tees from brands like Uniqlo, Hanes, Nike, Lululemon and Target.

The brand describes it as the perfect “work leisure” tee and I definitely see why, because I refuse to take it off. In fact, I’m wearing it as I type this! It’s made of four-way stretch modal fabric, so it’s extremely lightweight, breathable and naturally soft. Sizes range from S to XXXL and it comes in five colors.

If you buy anything on this list, this is my top recommendation!

8. Cozy Earth Men’s Modern Modal Shorts, $90

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I also paired the Modal Tee with the matching Cozy Earth Men’s Modern Modal Shorts and, like the T-shirt, it’s soft and slinky and honestly feels like I have on the most lightweight sweats/pajama shorts ever made.

They have a back zipper pocket that’s perfect for holding a key or a card if you’re running errands.

9. Carl Friedrik Hatton Slim Leather Card Holder, $95

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As far as men’s leather goods are concerned, few brands reach perfection as well as Carl Friedrik. In fact, it’s one of the best men’s fashion brands I’ve found to date.

While its Getaway Weekender bag is one of the greatest travel accessories ever created (it has a built-in garment bag!), the Hatton Slim Leather Card Holder is the best bang for your buck at just $95.

This uniquely constructed vegetable-tanned Vachette leather card holder is handmade in Porto, Portugal, and is the perfect solution for the man who doesn’t like bulk. It has just the right amount of space for the essentials, holding five cards and a few bills.

10. Dagne Dover Mara Phone Sling, $75

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I love a good crossbody bag, phone sling hybrid. In fact, I don’t go anywhere without one and this particular Dagne Dover Mara Phone Sling is my new fave. It’s made of neoprene, so it’s lightweight and easy to clean. It’s also super slim with just enough space to carry your phone and maybe one or two small extras in the back compartment. This one’s a must-have for music festival season.

11. Troubadour Sling, $95

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When it comes to the best men’s fashion items, sling bags rank pretty high on the list. They’re perfect for storing necessary items like your wallet, phone and keys in a place that’s close to the body and easily accessible.

There are tons of slings out there, but most are either too big or cheaply made. Luxury travel accessories brand Troubadour created the perfect Sling that covers all bases with honestly no negatives to note.

It’s both lightweight and waterproof, has a roomy main compartment for daily essentials (it even fits a water bottle and an iPad Mini comfortably), and has front zippered compartments with two mesh slip pockets and an internal pocket for small essentials.

Best of all, it expands and contracts as the load varies, avoiding that bulky look.

Choose from two sleek colors: black and navy.

12. Monos Compressible Packing Cubes (Set of Four), $90

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While this one isn’t technically a fashion item, it’s a must-have for safely and efficiently housing all your clothes so that you get the most space out of your suitcase.

Whether you’re packing for a weekend trip in your carry-on or a two-week vacation in a larger checked suitcase, compressible packing cubes are a must-have. In fact, I’ve found that they’re a complete game-changer. Also, if you’re a habitual over-packer, these ensure you stay organized and take up as little space as possible in your bag.

These Monos Compressible Packing Cubes have a double-zipping system that fully compresses your clothes to allow you to pack more. And when you’re packing your men’s fashion accessories, these packing cubes ensure they’re well-protected and neatly packed.

Also, while most packing cubes on the market are made of cheap materials, leading to them ripping easily after a few uses, these are made to last with all-premium materials. The exterior is constructed with tear-resistant nylon twill, while the interior features the same luxe soft, antimicrobial fabric found inside Monos’ best-selling suitcases.

Choose from three colors — tan, black and gray — and two quantities (a set of four or a set of six).

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