You know how Instagram is like this gorgeous, edited version of your life, but most of the time you're not, in fact, seeing perfect sunsets and sitting front row at Beyonce? That's how most editors' picks are: a dreamy version of real-life, but not necessarily reality. Today’s story gives you a glimpse at the actual purchases of WWW editors—still lovely, of course, just a little more real.
See What Your WWW Editors Bought This Month
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From the most brilliantly witty Jay-Z prints we’ve ever seen to a polka dot bra from Agent Provocateur’s lower-priced line, click through now to see what we bought this month—warning: there's a good chance these picks will land in your shopping bag too!
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Betty Bag ($1995)
"I've been on hiatus from studs for a few years now, but the new Betty Bag from Saint Laurent broke the spell."
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Heddie Sandals ($177)
“These sandals were in my “shopping bag” for a while before I finally committed to them. Best. Decision. Ever! I wear them all the time and they go with everything in my closet.”
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Band of Outsiders
“We featured this dress in our LOTD and I had to have it. It’s the perfect summer party dress—classic and romantic.”
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“This is quickly becoming my signature scent.”
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“I tend to dress in a lot of neutrals, so I like leopard accessories as an easy way to give my classic look some edge/style.”
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“I loved him [Hedi Slimane] at Dior, I love him even more at Saint Laurent. He cast [Marilyn] Manson in his campaign and thinks black is a primary color. I’ll buy anything Hedi makes, it was made for me.”
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"My Agent Provocateur addiction is getting out of control, but I don't feel as guilty indulging in the brand's new diffusion line: L'Agent by Agent Provocateur. It's designed in collaboration with Penelope and Monica Cruz, and the whole collection is splendid in a real eat-your-heart-out sort of way."
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99 Problems Prints ($20 each)
“Trying to stay in the empire state of mind by buying three of the most amazing prints designed by artist Ali Graham, whose glib interpretations of Jay Z's "99 Problems" (via her tumblr) are the perfect decor. MY only problem? Lack of wall space to collect them all!”
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Rag & Bone
Floppy Brim Fedora ($175) in Pecan
"I have a feeling I'm going to live in this hat this fall!"
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Storsele Chair ($119)
"I bought this chair and threw a sheepskin over it because it reminds me of a photo of Brigitte Bardot."
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Bones and Feathers
Petite Snake Necklace ($82)
"This piece is going to toughen up my typically dainty jewelry."
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Willow Place Terrarium ($33)
"I recently moved into a cozy studio in Silver Lake, and this terrarium was one of my first home purchases. Currently, it's housing some low-maintenance succulents!"
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“George Lois, who's often dubbed one of the real-life 'Mad Men', is one of my heroes and most notably responsible for designing some of Esquire's most iconic covers. His witty tone makes for an inspiring and entertaining read, even for a non-creative!”
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Nala Los Angeles
Wifey Tee ($40)
"I'm not really into the idea of being a mistress--ever--but I am into the lyrics of Kendrick Lamar's "Backseat Freestyle," which are featured prominently on this incredibly soft tank top. I prefer dressing it up with a leather A-line skirt and heels."