We just dropped some pieces to get you ready for fall, and they are good. Yep, the latest items from Who What Wear Collection have officially launched, and I’m obsessed. They’ve all been dreamed up by our team of fashion editors, so you know they hit on exactly what we actually want to be wearing. For fall, that means pieces that are understated, on-trend, and infused with beautiful details like sophisticated ruching and herringbone ribbing.
As an editor, I’m always on the hunt for trendy basics that tap into how fashion insiders are getting dressed but feel timeless enough to wear for seasons ahead—and all of these new arrivals hit on exactly that. They’re the ultimate wardrobe staples that you’ll want to have in your closet for the season ahead.
Here, see how editors and fashion insiders are styling all of the stunning newness from Who What Wear Collection—from the cutout dress that’s already NYC editor–approved to the matching skirt set I guarantee will sell out to the two-tone polo I’m getting major compliments on. Go on to shop them for yourself.
Knit polos have become a staple in my wardrobe, and this two-tone top is one of my favorite pieces from the new collection. The soft knit material is comfortable and easy to wear, and the contrasting color makes it stand out from other pieces on the market. Here, I'm wearing it with a pair of trouser-style jeans and slingback heels—an outfit I plan to wear on repeat.
I actually can't stop staring at this stunning matching set. Both the strapless bustier top and skirt are finished with a herringbone knit pattern that reads as luxe. Comfort dressing has honestly never looked so chic.
Speaking of going-out looks, the Willa top is something that belongs in everyone's date-night arsenal. From the plunging neckline to the ruching, it's the perfect blend of cool and sophisticated. Style it with leather trousers and heels.
Colored button-down tops are another key piece our editors can't stop talking about, so naturally, we wanted to make sure there was one in this beautiful shade of blue. I'd buy it in my regular size for a more polished look or go a few sizes up to tap into the oversize trend that's everywhere on Instagram right now.