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    27 Things From Amazon With Such Great Reviews, You May Want To Own Them Yourself

    Reviewer-loved spring clothes, kitchenware, furniture, and more.

    1. A 20-pack of magnetic silicone ties you can use for pretty much anything — to keep cables organized, bags tied, cords attached to appliances, notes stuck to the fridge. There's not much in your home these genius little things won't fix.

    2. A stackable lunch box so you can bring your own fancy salad to work instead of spending an ungodly amount on eating out. It has a bowl for your greens and separate compartments for all the toppings and dressing, which anyone who hates their food groups touching will seriously appreciate.

    3. A Souper freezer tray to easily freeze individual portions of leftovers so you're never stuck with nothing to eat and having to utter the words, "Well, Uber Eats it is. Again." You'll eliminate a ton of food waste, and your wallet will be extra thankful, too.

    4. A 15-pack of reusable mesh produce bags for a more sustainable alternative to plastic bags. Take these to the grocery store with you so you don't spend an embarrassing five minutes trying to dig all the lemons out of your cart while the checkout line behind you gets longer and longer.

    Reviewer image of the reusable bags holding produce in their shopping cart

    5. A pair of Levi's original shorts that tons of reviewers call the "best cutoffs ever." They're just the right length and are comfy but don't stretch out. And if you can't bear the thought of one more day of these frigid cold temps, get them to remind yourself that sunnier days are ahead.

    Reviewer wearing shorts and orange bikini top

    6. A set of three woven storage baskets to hide clutter and stay organized. Get them in an adorable rainbow design for a fun pop of color, or go with a gray ombre set for a more elegant, understated look.

    7. A one-piece swimsuit with ruffles and a cutout back if you're already counting down the days 'til beach weather. This little number is so popular on Amazon, that it has a 4.5-star rating from more than 27,000 shoppers who say they always get compliments when they wear it. Even if a one-piece is usually not your thing, you're gonna want this one in your beach bag.

    8. A casual short-sleeve dress for when you want to be comfortable and look cute without sacrificing one for the other. Add this to your spring wardrobe and it'll be on instant rotation — wear it with a denim jacket and heels to go out or a little cardigan and flats for work; it's so easy to dress up or down.

    9. A two-tier sliding organizer if your bathroom cabinets are bursting at the seams but you're just not willing to stop buying new hair products. This clever organizer instantly doubles storage space and provides easy access thanks to the sliding mechanism.

    10. A set of four silicone funnels so you can finally refill a salt shaker without cleaning up the mess for days to come. The funnels come in four different sizes and are collapsible so you can easily store them even in the tiniest of kitchens.

    11. A pair of high-waisted pencil pants with a bow detail that are as comfy as your WFH wardrobe (aka pajamas) but way more stylish. Wear them with a basic tank in the summer or a cozy turtleneck in the colder months — they'll be an instant closet staple you can wear anywhere with anything.

    12. A stylish nightstand with a cane detail you won't believe is under $100, because it looks like a high-end design store splurge. Besides looking ultra chic, it's also super functional and has a shelf and a drawer to stash away all your clutter.

    13. A set of two Rachael Ray spatulas that have a 4.7-star rating from more than 14,000 (!!!) shoppers, so it's time to get rid of that flimsy old spatula that destroys every pancake and burger you try to flip.

    14. A double-sided magnetic knife holder you can stick on the fridge to maximize every inch, nook, and cranny of your small kitchen. It has heavy-duty magnets that keep it securely in place and also comes with hooks for additional storage.

    15. A magnetic notepad for every list-maker out there. Stay on task and feel that unbeatable satisfaction every time you check the "done" box.

    Reviewer image of the notepad

    16. A 133-pack of felt furniture pads so you're not stuck trying to explain the horrifying gashes in the hardwood floors to your concerned landlord. Get this cheap pack and you'll have enough felt pads for every chair, desk, and table you own.

    17. A stuffed animal hammock for the quickest cleanup ever. Hang this in a corner in your kids' room at their height level and it'll be a fun way to display all their favorite toys while keeping the room tidy.

    Reviewer image of stuffed animals in a pink hammock hanging in a room corner

    18. A long-sleeve mini dress that's the perfect desk-to-dinner piece. If you've been itching to wear dresses but it's not quite short-sleeve weather in your neck of the woods, this is the perfect transitional outfit.

    19. A silicone utensil rest so you don't have to spend all night cleaning grease drips off your counter. This clever little tool can hold up to four spoons and tongs at a time and has raised edges to conveniently contain any messes.

    20. A loose sleeveless jumpsuit that wins the comfiest outfit ever award. It has a ridiculously relaxed fit and is made from super-soft fabric that'll make you feel like you're still in your PJs, but oh-so much more chic.

    21. A hanging basket to add extra storage without expensive shelving. Hang it off a cabinet door in the bathroom or metal shelf in the laundry room — it's so useful that reviewers say they've bought multiples.

    22. A ruffled sweater because everything's cuter with ruffles. This Amazon fave has thousands of positive reviews from people who say it's really soft to those who say it always gets them compliments. And if you're still not sure, listen to this reviewer — "YOU NEED THIS!" — because you know all-caps mean business.

    23. A stainless-steel box grater with a storage container, so you're really getting two products for the price of one. It eliminates the mess of grated cheese alllll over the kitchen floor, and you'll wonder why it took you so long to get it the second you first use it.

    24. A set of 146 (!!!) minimalist labels to turn your pantry into a magazine cover-worthy space. If you're sick and tired of cluttered cabinets and accidentally switching the marjoram for the mint (yeah, they taste nothing alike), it's time to get organized.

    Reviewer image of spice jars with labels

    25. An oversized sweatshirt you can throw on with leggings and a pair of sneakers for a welcome change from tight-fitting clothes that (literally) suck the life out of you.

    26. A 16-piece stoneware dinner set that looks and feels expensive, but is under $100. If your dishes are a chipped, mismatched jumble of a "collection," give them an upgrade with this lovely artisan-like set.

    27. A six-tier mesh organizer to eliminate the moment of sheer panic when you're looking for a possibly overdue bill. Stay on top of life (or at least paperwork...) with this inexpensive desktop sorter that'll get rid of paper piles once and for all.

    Reviewer image of papers in the letter organizer

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