Every fashion editor has a unique sense of style, but you can’t deny that there is a uniform of sorts that everyone subscribes to. The sartorially savvy bunch may not all wear crop tops like Shiona Turini or overalls like Elaine Welteroth, but they are careful to incorporate a few staples into their work wardrobes.
Structured black basics are a must for any fashion editor. And they get creative with their shoe picks from studded Alaia boots and Pierre Hardy sandals to sleek oxfords. Equipment blouses and tailored trousers are a mainstay, along with oversized tote bags. They will dabble in trends like culottes or grid print jackets from time-to-time. And they’ll allow themselves one standout accessory that shows they have personality like a Moschino Barbie phone or a Fendi fur bag bug. Check out 30 ways you can revamp your wardrobe to dress like a fashion editor.