Everything I've Stopped Wearing Since Becoming a Fashion Editor

In many ways, my style has stayed the same since I became a fashion editor at Who What Wear, but it occurred to me recently that it has evolved in certain areas—some quite noticeable. While my style has always been rooted in classic items and investment pieces (and that hasn’t changed), I discovered that I now have a low tolerance for uncomfortable shoes and clothes that haven’t been tailored. These are unquestionable changes that have improved my everyday looks.

There are a few other, more dramatic areas of change, though. This comes down to the colors I’m wearing and the silhouettes I’m experimenting with. Ahead, I’m breaking down the six major ways my style has changed since becoming a fashion editor and shopping out the pieces to tap into it yourself.