We're all curious about which items will define the fashion insider wardrobe in 2019. I'm especially interested in which pieces stylish women will own this year, so I reached out to find out what's sitting in their closets and in their shopping carts. I wanted to learn which items they’ll be wearing in the near future—but before I spot them on their Instagram feeds or in snaps from fashion month. And their selects will no doubt inspire some of your future purchases.
From a new take on designer denim to the print we’ll see all over the street style scene to the buzzy shoe designer everyone is talking about (and more), these are the items stylish women across the globe are adding to their shopping carts. Go on to see which pieces fashion insiders are including in their wardrobes in 2019. Shop their picks ahead, and scroll to the end to see which items are on this editor’s shopping list.
Kerry Pieri, Digital Fashion Director, Harper's Bazaar
"This spring, I'm doing my best to approach trends in a more sustainable way. I want to make sure that I'm adding pieces to my closet that feel true to my personal style and that I'll want to hold on to for at least a few years. This means thinking through my purchases before I pull the trigger. Blame it on Marie Kondo, or perhaps the fact that I live in a tiny NYC studio, but there has to be a better reason than just 'It's cool right now' to bring something home with me. I've greatly undervalued belts, and am finally realizing how versatile and transformative they can be, so I'm trying to add a few key styles into my weekly wardrobe."
"While I'll forever be a jeans girl, I've found myself drawn to the polish and ease of wide-leg trousers. Even on the weekends, I love that they look effortlessly sophisticated but are still so comfortable."
"I'm adding a chic, fitted trench to my wardrobe this year. I've realized most of my warmer pieces are either puffers or coats with not a lot of shape. Something with a defined waistline will make me feel more polished for things like dinner dates on colder nights!"