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We’re playing with pearls! From ear jackets to duo-ended bracelets, these pearl-studded designs spotted on InStyle staffers around the office are far from conservative.
Clockwise from top left: 3.1 Phillip Lim chain-pearl necklace, Ariel Gordon x Shopbop pearl ear jackets, Vita Fede bracelet, Lanvin pearl-studded ribbon necklace, Vita Fede ear jacket, Rue Gembon midi rings, Luv AJ x Jewelmint rings, Zara ring
Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

We’re playing with pearls! From ear jackets to duo-ended bracelets, these pearl-studded designs spotted on InStyle staffers around the office are far from conservative.

Clockwise from top left: 3.1 Phillip Lim chain-pearl necklace, Ariel Gordon x Shopbop pearl ear jackets, Vita Fede bracelet, Lanvin pearl-studded ribbon necklace, Vita Fede ear jacket, Rue Gembon midi rings, Luv AJ x Jewelmint rings, Zara ring

Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

The look we’re loving at the office: InStyle Editorial Intern Morgan Grain’s colorful ensemble. She channeled an offbeat school girl look with a denim button-down and a pleather skirt that she topped with a fun floral blazer from the Asos Africa collection. The best part? Her killer metallic Dr. Martens creepers (we hear they’re making a comeback).
— Isis Briones, InStyle Editorial Business Coordinator
Outfit breakdown:Denim shirt: Uniqlo Skirt: Silence + Noise Blazer: Asos AfricaMetallic Creepers: Dr. Martens Heart Ring: Tiffany & Co.Floral Ring: VintageEarrings: Vintage
Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

The look we’re loving at the office: InStyle Editorial Intern Morgan Grain’s colorful ensemble. She channeled an offbeat school girl look with a denim button-down and a pleather skirt that she topped with a fun floral blazer from the Asos Africa collection. The best part? Her killer metallic Dr. Martens creepers (we hear they’re making a comeback).

— Isis Briones, InStyle Editorial Business Coordinator

Outfit breakdown:
Denim shirt: Uniqlo 
Skirt: Silence + Noise 
Blazer: Asos Africa
Metallic Creepers: Dr. Martens 
Heart Ring: Tiffany & Co.
Floral Ring: Vintage
Earrings: Vintage

Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

We’re big fans of Emma Roberts’ style on and off the red carpet, so when the actress decided to try her hand at designing (read our Q&A with Roberts about the collection), we were some of the first to seek out—and subsequently scoop up—her pieces. By sheer coincidence (and a little bit of shameless Roberts fandom), three of our staffers showed up to work donning sparkling statement gems from her newly announced 20-piece collection for BaubleBar.
From top:Claire Stern (InStyle Editorial Assistant): Pearl Orwell BibRita Kokshanian (InStyle.com Editorial Assistant): Third Eye Ear JacketsKatie Donbavand (InStyle.com Associate Producer): Rainbow Frank Collar
Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

We’re big fans of Emma Roberts’ style on and off the red carpet, so when the actress decided to try her hand at designing (read our Q&A with Roberts about the collection), we were some of the first to seek out—and subsequently scoop up—her pieces. By sheer coincidence (and a little bit of shameless Roberts fandom), three of our staffers showed up to work donning sparkling statement gems from her newly announced 20-piece collection for BaubleBar.

From top:
Claire Stern (InStyle Editorial Assistant): Pearl Orwell Bib
Rita Kokshanian (InStyle.com Editorial Assistant): Third Eye Ear Jackets
Katie Donbavand (InStyle.com Associate Producer): Rainbow Frank Collar

Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

Where We Went: Paige Denim’s Showroom
After spending all day cramped behind an office desk, a quick jaunt downtown—even for a work appointment—is always a welcome change of scenery, especially when the destination of the day is Paige Denim's palatial showroom. With its white walls, bleached wood floors, and wide, gaping windows that flood the room with light, the one-year-old loft space on Greene Street in N.Y.C.'s Nolita neighborhood makes me feel like I was teleported to California, where the brand's headquarters are based, for a hot minute.
And the visit was made especially fruitful with the introduction of a whole slew of overalls for the spring 2015 season, of which I was offered a sneak peek. Pictured above, the six styles (including the much lauded Sierra), come in a range of dyes and cuts, including the brand-new Phillipa, which features vintage-inspired adjustable suspenders that I have to assume will make trips to the bathroom a whole lot less complicated. To quote co-founder Paige Adams-Geller: “It’s an an edgy and elevated update that could be worn dressed up or down.” To say I can’t wait to snap these up when they hit stores January 30 is a vast understatement.
— Claire Stern, InStyle Editorial Assistant

Where We Went: Paige Denim’s Showroom

After spending all day cramped behind an office desk, a quick jaunt downtown—even for a work appointment—is always a welcome change of scenery, especially when the destination of the day is Paige Denim's palatial showroom. With its white walls, bleached wood floors, and wide, gaping windows that flood the room with light, the one-year-old loft space on Greene Street in N.Y.C.'s Nolita neighborhood makes me feel like I was teleported to California, where the brand's headquarters are based, for a hot minute.

And the visit was made especially fruitful with the introduction of a whole slew of overalls for the spring 2015 season, of which I was offered a sneak peek. Pictured above, the six styles (including the much lauded Sierra), come in a range of dyes and cuts, including the brand-new Phillipa, which features vintage-inspired adjustable suspenders that I have to assume will make trips to the bathroom a whole lot less complicated. To quote co-founder Paige Adams-Geller: “It’s an an edgy and elevated update that could be worn dressed up or down.” To say I can’t wait to snap these up when they hit stores January 30 is a vast understatement.

— Claire Stern, InStyle Editorial Assistant

Talk about a major throwback! I bought this varsity jacket eight years ago from Delia’s (remember Delia’s?!), and completely forgot I had it until I recently started looking for fall pieces. It’s right in line with the athleisure movement (not to mention, monogrammed varsity jackets were featured on the Rag & Bone fall/winter 2014 runway) and it works as the perfect summer-to-fall transitional piece.
Here, I paired the jacket with scalloped lace shorts and a solid white tank. Then I added some flair with black accent pieces, from my cameo necklace to my lace-up pumps. Definitely an upgrade from wearing it with a soccer uniform! 
— Isis Briones, Editorial Business Coordinator
Outfit breakdown:Varsity Jacket: Delia’sTank: SanctuaryNecklace: ZalesShorts: Forever 21Shoes: Necessary Clothing
Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

Talk about a major throwback! I bought this varsity jacket eight years ago from Delia’s (remember Delia’s?!), and completely forgot I had it until I recently started looking for fall pieces. It’s right in line with the athleisure movement (not to mention, monogrammed varsity jackets were featured on the Rag & Bone fall/winter 2014 runway) and it works as the perfect summer-to-fall transitional piece.

Here, I paired the jacket with scalloped lace shorts and a solid white tank. Then I added some flair with black accent pieces, from my cameo necklace to my lace-up pumps. Definitely an upgrade from wearing it with a soccer uniform! 

— Isis Briones, Editorial Business Coordinator

Outfit breakdown:
Varsity Jacket: Delia’s
Tank: Sanctuary
Necklace: Zales
Shorts: Forever 21
Shoes: Necessary Clothing

Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

Temporary jewelry tattoos have taken over the celebrity sphere, and now, they’re sweeping the InStyle office. Staffers are getting (temporarily) inked with pretty prints (from chevron to palm trees—yes, that’s a palm tree on the far left) gilded in silver and gold.
From left: Claire Stern (InStyle Editorial Assistant): Flash TattoosMarianne Mychaskiw (InStyle.com Assistant Beauty Editor): Golddust NYCJennifer Davis (InStyle.com Assistant Social Media Editor): Golddust NYCAndrea Cheng (InStyle.com Associate Fashion Editor): Golddust NYC
Photo credit: Alex Reside for InStyle.com

Temporary jewelry tattoos have taken over the celebrity sphere, and now, they’re sweeping the InStyle office. Staffers are getting (temporarily) inked with pretty prints (from chevron to palm trees—yes, that’s a palm tree on the far left) gilded in silver and gold.

From left:
Claire Stern (
InStyle Editorial Assistant): Flash Tattoos
Marianne Mychaskiw (InStyle.com Assistant Beauty Editor): Golddust NYC
Jennifer Davis (InStyle.com Assistant Social Media Editor): Golddust NYC
Andrea Cheng (InStyle.com Associate Fashion Editor): Golddust NYC

Photo credit: Alex Reside for InStyle.com

What We Wore to NYFW: Ali Pew (InStyle Market Editor)
Ali Pew pieced together a look that harmonized cool menswear-inspired accessories and flirty ladylike silhouettes. That skirt? Perfection!
Earrings: Dior and HirotakaSunglasses: Thierry LasrySweater: Rag & BoneSkirt: Jil Sander NavyShoes: Sigerson MorrisonBag: Balenciaga
Photo credit: Theresa Balderas

What We Wore to NYFW: Ali Pew (InStyle Market Editor)

Ali Pew pieced together a look that harmonized cool menswear-inspired accessories and flirty ladylike silhouettes. That skirt? Perfection!

Earrings: Dior and Hirotaka
Sunglasses: Thierry Lasry
Sweater: Rag & Bone
Skirt: Jil Sander Navy
Shoes: Sigerson Morrison
Bag: Balenciaga

Photo credit: Theresa Balderas