You may recognize Janet Gunn and Melissa Meyers as the duo who frequent Who What Wear to lend their style expertise. You might also be familiar with Susan Feldman as a regular voice on the site. While they each typically focus on sharing their own distinct perspectives, the Los Angeles–based women have teamed up today for what we can only describe as one epic collaboration. The topic of conversation? The fall clothing essentials that are already getting the most airtime in their closets this season.
All three women are excited to embrace elevated dressing again and have their eyes on several key wardrobe staples to complete all their cool-weather ensembles. The 10 essentials below touch on the season's freshest silhouettes, but true to form, each woman has styled them in a timeless, elevated way. Now that we're nearly halfway through the fall, these are the key styles that are resonating the most for Gunn, Meyers, and Feldman.
To see the fall clothing items in question and how each woman styles her favorites, just keep scrolling.
On Meyers: Free People Sweater; Current Air Faux Leather Pants ($88); AERO New York Boots
"I don't think you can have too many pairs of black boots. Black boots go with pretty much everything. You can definitely dress them up or dress them down. Go with what works for you and is comfortable. It's definitely worth investing in a good pair." — Susan Feldman
On Gunn: Mango Faux-Leather Skirt
"Faux leather gives you the look of real leather without the weight and the price, and it gives a touch of edge for day or night." — Janet Gunn
"I'm loving faux leather these days and wearing neutrals like this caramel shade as my go-to for the season." — Melissa Meyers
On Gunn: Isabel Marant Shacket
"Shackets are thicker than shirts but thinner than coats. This makes the shacket a hero piece for layering. They look smart worn over a simple white tank or your favorite T-shirt." — Gunn
On Meyers: Free People Sweater
"There is nothing like a good cozy, chunky sweater worn with a more fitted bottom. I like to wear white or ivory all year long. Style with warmer shades for the fall and winter seasons." — Meyers
On Gunn: Mango Trench Coat
"You'll never have to worry about it going out of style." — Gunn