Looking for on-trend fashion that fits your budget? Check out XOXO. This morning, I dodged trucks tossing raindrops at me to see XOXO’s new fall fashion and accessory lines in their showroom in the city. Lily Aldridge’s their new face, and I really wanted to see what they had to offer. I love and hate going to press previews. Love them, because I want to see what’s new, fresh and what’s going to hit the market and how I can use this stuff here at Spa Week Daily. I hate them because I have a tendency to start mentally shopping for myself. I mean, there goes my budget… Read Win Destination Spa Week It’s a good thing I went to the XOXO preview despite the rain. They’ve got clothing, outerwear, jeans, shoes and accessories you can add to your existing wardrobe with prices that’ll still let you eat and oh, pay rent. Their clothing, including their work staples (chic and versatile) run from $35 to $120. The higher price points are for outerwear. Jeans made with premium denim, but have a non-premium price range: $59 – $69. Here’s the cool thing about the jeans—no matter what your body type: petite, curvy, tall, there are jeans that fit. Personally, I dug the subtle tonal rhinestones that were on the back pocket of the jeans. Shoes and boots go are priced from $40 to $80, watches are $19 to $35. Their fall stuff’s rolling out in September. Be prepared to scoop up emerald green tunic and peasant tops with lace details, color blocked sheath dresses, black and white moto jackets and more. As fall progresses, they’ve got more collections that’ll hit the stores. Look for tops with rhinestone details, a killer lace trench coat, graphic sweaters, more sheath dresses, pencil skirts, riding boots and more. Here are more photos of what they’re offering. Read Your Daily Moment of Zen My personal “must buy” list includes the lace trench, lion sweater and about a dozen tops and dresses. XOXO can be found in Macy’s and Dillard’s. You can also buy them online at macys.com, bonton.com, dillards.com, amazon.com and promgirl.com. Happy shopping! PJ Gach is Managing Editor of Spa Week Daily.