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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

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

A new season, a new 9W x InStyle shoe collection!

We fall hard every time our editor-designed footwear lands in stores or online. And the most recent limited edition capsule was no exception. Four InStyle editors stepped up their style game and came to work in their killer 9W x InStyle heels. From ladylike cool to offbeat prep, take a look at how they each styled their shoes. See the looks above and their outfit breakdowns below:

Judy Meepos (InStyle Editorial Assistant) in "Tessa" pumps
Blouse: Equipment
Tank: Isabel Marant Etoile (similar style)
Skirt: T by Alexander Wang (similar style)
Bracelets: Jawbone, Alexander Wang, Cartier, Hermes
Rings: Carbon and Hyde, Gorjana

Andrea Cheng (InStyle.com Associate Editor) in "Jaiden" booties
Sunglasses: Bonlook
Shirt: J. Crew
Jeans: Frame Denim

Marianne Mychaskiw (InStyle.com Assistant Editor) in "Elia" open-toe sandals
Dress: American Apparel
Necklace: Forever 21
Cuff: Bisjoux

Anne Kim (InStyle Assistant Editor) in "Cate" ankle-strap pumps
Sunglasses: Prism
Sweater: TSE
Button-down: Steven Alan
Shorts: Urban Outfitters

Pumped up? Us, too. Head on over to InStyle.com to shop the shoes and get the lowdown on the collection.

Photo credit: Sarah Balch for InStyle.com

The voluminous midi skirt trend is sweeping the InStyle office in all of its tea-length glory. What we have here is one ladylike silhouette, styled two ways:
Kim Peiffer (InStyle.com Senior Fashion News Editor): Sunglasses: Dolce & GabbanaDenim jacket: PaigeWhite tee: J. CrewSkirt: Banana Republic x MarimekkoWedges: Chloe
Andrea Cheng (InStyle.com Associate Fashion Editor):Sunglasses: AshcroftCrop tank: American ApparelSkirt: H&MWedges: Stuart Weitzman (similar style)
Photo credit: Alex Reside for InStyle.com

The voluminous midi skirt trend is sweeping the InStyle office in all of its tea-length glory. What we have here is one ladylike silhouette, styled two ways:

Kim Peiffer (InStyle.com Senior Fashion News Editor):
Sunglasses: Dolce & Gabbana
Denim jacket: Paige
White tee: J. Crew
Skirt: Banana Republic x Marimekko
Wedges: Chloe

Andrea Cheng (InStyle.com Associate Fashion Editor):
Sunglasses: Ashcroft
Crop tank: American Apparel
Skirt: H&M
Wedges: Stuart Weitzman (similar style)

Photo credit: Alex Reside for InStyle.com

What We Wore to Lady Gaga’s artRave: The ARTPOP Ball Tour
When I found out I was going to Lady Gaga’s artRave tour, my first thought was, “What am I going to wear?!” Like any Little Monster, I wanted to worship her the way she would want to be worshiped—through a fabulous outfit. 
"Telephone" is one of my favorite Lady Gaga songs of all-time, and I really wanted to recreate one of her looks from the video. With a little cardboard and hot glue, this YouTube tutorial, and a lot of patience, I managed to origami a solid version of her "Let’s Make a Sandwich" headpiece (it took 10 hours over the course of a couple days—but it was so worth it). A costume shop wig, fake eyelashes, and loads of blue eyeshadow completed my look, and I was ready to put my paws up and just dance. 
— Katie Donbavand, InStyle Associate Producer

What We Wore to Lady Gaga’s artRave: The ARTPOP Ball Tour

When I found out I was going to Lady Gaga’s artRave tour, my first thought was, “What am I going to wear?!” Like any Little Monster, I wanted to worship her the way she would want to be worshiped—through a fabulous outfit. 

"Telephone" is one of my favorite Lady Gaga songs of all-time, and I really wanted to recreate one of her looks from the video. With a little cardboard and hot glue, this YouTube tutorial, and a lot of patience, I managed to origami a solid version of her "Let’s Make a Sandwich" headpiece (it took 10 hours over the course of a couple days—but it was so worth it). A costume shop wig, fake eyelashes, and loads of blue eyeshadow completed my look, and I was ready to put my paws up and just dance. 

— Katie Donbavand, InStyle Associate Producer

What We Wore (Beach Edition): Ali Pew in Tulum, Mexico
When we caught wind that InStyle’s Market Editor Ali Pew was heading to Tulum, Mexico, we were struck with 1) jealousy, and 2) curiosity as to what she was going to wear.
Lucky us, she documented the whole thing. Above, she snapped a few of the pieces that she packed:
Rashguard Tank: Pret-A-SurfClutch: Mar Y SolSunglasses: Karen WalkerNail polish: Tom FordSandals: Ancient Greek Sandals
For more, read up on all her looks featured in her “Travel Like a Fashion Editor” story on InStyle.com.

What We Wore (Beach Edition): Ali Pew in Tulum, Mexico

When we caught wind that InStyle’s Market Editor Ali Pew was heading to Tulum, Mexico, we were struck with 1) jealousy, and 2) curiosity as to what she was going to wear.

Lucky us, she documented the whole thing. Above, she snapped a few of the pieces that she packed:

Rashguard Tank: Pret-A-Surf
Clutch: Mar Y Sol
Sunglasses: Karen Walker
Nail polish: Tom Ford
Sandals: Ancient Greek Sandals

For more, read up on all her looks featured in her “Travel Like a Fashion Editor” story on InStyle.com.

What We’re Wearing: One Denim Dress, Two Ways
If you ask us, denim is a year-round closet staple. Jorts (read: jean shorts) and shortalls work well as warm-weather bottoms and unexpected one-pieces, but few things are easier to style than a dress—especially for the office. Take this playful frock by Michael Stars made out of a soft tencel fabric, which Andrea and Claire both scooped up at the Cali brand’s curbside boutique. 
While Andrea styled hers with a cool mint clutch and leather brogues (with poppy pink laces!), Claire opted for a western vibe with suede booties and oversized retro sunnies. The contrast pockets offer just enough room to stash a work ID. Get their outfit breakdowns below:
Andrea Cheng (InStyle.com Associate Fashion Editor)Dress: Michael StarsSunglasses: ChloeClutch: DonatienneOxfords: Cole Haan
Claire Stern (InStyle Editorial Assistant)Dress: Michael StarsSunglasses: Karen WalkerWatch: Michael KorsBooties: ALDO
Photo credit: Alex Reside for InStyle.com

What We’re Wearing: One Denim Dress, Two Ways

If you ask us, denim is a year-round closet staple. Jorts (read: jean shorts) and shortalls work well as warm-weather bottoms and unexpected one-pieces, but few things are easier to style than a dress—especially for the office. Take this playful frock by Michael Stars made out of a soft tencel fabric, which Andrea and Claire both scooped up at the Cali brand’s curbside boutique

While Andrea styled hers with a cool mint clutch and leather brogues (with poppy pink laces!), Claire opted for a western vibe with suede booties and oversized retro sunnies. The contrast pockets offer just enough room to stash a work ID. Get their outfit breakdowns below:

Andrea Cheng (InStyle.com Associate Fashion Editor)
Dress: Michael Stars
Sunglasses: Chloe
Clutch: Donatienne
Oxfords: Cole Haan

Claire Stern (InStyle Editorial Assistant)
Dress: Michael Stars
Sunglasses: Karen Walker
Watch: Michael Kors
Booties: ALDO

Photo credit: Alex Reside for InStyle.com