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Between the hundreds of collections shown four times a year (autumn, autumn, spring and resort) and Given the thousands of new pieces that were unveiled at market dates, one can safely say that the fashion editors a lot of of fashion. After working for a prestigious magazine for five years, I experienced the glamor of being surrounded by racks and clothes rails that had just come off the runway and had excellent access to the latest trends (keyword) Devil wears Prada Reference). Influenced by new designers and existing designer relationships with the publication, my job was to tell consumers what to buy season after season. During the trend meetings the question that would always come up? But Adrienne, what is it? she Purchase? What does the fashion editor, who not only sees everything, put in the shopping cart?
After careful consideration, I came across 10 articles for which the fashion editors actually issue their paychecks. It's a highly curated list because the fashion editors are tough customers. They work ahead of the season so they already know what will be in stores in six months (I am guilty of chasing Chanel's SoHo store until they get the denim boy bag I got months earlier saw in the fashion closet). You know the Really Markup on the price tag and together with the statement pieces of the season, they dedicate themselves to trustworthy basics. Below you will find an insight into the editors' current purchases.
A boxy blazer
An instant outfit maker, a blazer will complete any look in any season. However, it's not just any blazer – the editors opt for an oversized boxer silhouette. Styling tip: Combine this with a mini dress or carrot pants to get a defined silhouette.
A suit tailored to perfection exudes trust. It also makes for a fairly effortless decision-making process if you get dressed in the morning, knowing that it will never let you down.
A statement shoe
Here's a popular fashion style hack: get your feet on. Statement shoes, whether mules studded with jewels or quirky heels, always give something special to an everyday outfit.
After being an editor for five years, I basically built an everyday jewelry collection. I have about six to eight pieces without which I don't want to leave the house. Admittedly, some pieces were talented, but when my collection blossomed, I realized which pieces had the honor of an everyday piece. They range from personalized name tags and dainty gold chains to various tires and stackable rings.
We all have one pair of jeans that we wear to the bitter end. We personalize them and consider them our best friends. Editor or not, a real pair of high-waisted straight-leg jeans is a Got to,
A commuter handbag
Believe it or not, fashion editors are a bit realistic. Although we admire the outrageous trend towards small bags, we are also aware of the role of the handbag: to transport your things from point A to point B. Throw away the shopping bags from the grocery wall and invest in a fashionable pendulum bag. You to do I have to live with it every day.
A trans-seasonal coat
Puffers, faux furs and shearlings are not to blame here, but realistically speaking, the only style in which an editor is willing to invest in the trench coat from time to time. Like the suit, it serves as a blank canvas when styling a look. Pull a sweater over your shoulders or dare to double the trench.
A tailored smock
A focus here on fit. There is nothing better than a dress tailored to a T. Yes, editors see thousands of dresses, but they only trigger the models that have the perfect fit.
The season has started
Every season I invest (some) of my funds in new boots. I choose my favorite trend of the season and do it.
It's unclear whether it's due to the fact that I covered the clothing market in the magazine, but my biggest expenses will always be a trendy handbag. (You always want what you don't have, do you?) There is no guidance on when to buy one – when the time comes, you will knows,