The Real Girl's Guide To Dressing Like A Fashion Editor

As you’ve probably realized by our extensive coverage, no two fashion editors dress exactly alike. For every pencil skirted Carine Roitfeld, there’s a slouchy t-shirt, cigarette jean-wearing Emmanuelle Alt. Because of this, we’ve gathered an assortment of fashion editors in imitable outfits to illustrate the different looks and vibes you can recreate with pieces you probably already own.

​Click through for seven easy-to-try ensembles, and once you pick your fashion editor persona, don’t forget to shop the look!

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Style Du Monde

Who: Shiona Turini
What: Fashion Market Director
Where: Cosmopolitan

​We just can’t get enough of Turini’s knack for infusing her look with splashes of color, sporty chicness, and travel-inspired prints. If you’ve got a playful personality, definitely take note of her sartorial stylings.

Anthropologie Metier Crossbody Bag ($448)

​This mini-bag is all kinds of cool.

French Connection Feather Light Tailored Trousers ($ ($148)

​We like to call these our happy pants.

Marni Earrings ($380)

​We’re sure you already know, but Marni’s earrings are a major go-to in the fashion world.

Equipment Reese Shirt ($258)

​A snake-print blouse is perfect for transitioning your look from day to night.

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Vanessa Jackman

Who: Caroline Issa
What: Executive Fashion Director
Where: Tank

​Enjoy the ladylike look? You’re in great company. Issa manages to sprinkle feminine pieces in with her professional-minded look. Think: Pretty pastel skirt worn with a tailored blazer. Voila!

Crap Eyewear The Diamond Brunch Sunglasses ($ ($56)

​We adore Issa’s white frames, and thought you might like a pair for under $100. Enjoy!

ASOS Blazer ($105) and Shorts ($67) in Metallic Pastel Stripe

​This short-suit is both playful and perfect for the working woman.

Need Supply Daphne Bag ($68)

​The hand loop on this minimalist clutch is subtly fashion forward.

Joie A La Plage Nice Thong Sandals ($125)

​For the weekend, a sleek sandal is a great Issa-inspired alternate to the flip-flop or slip-on.

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Vanessa Jackman

Who: Christina Perez
What: Style Development Editor
Where: Glamour

​If you tend to gravitate toward the girl next-door look, follow Perez’s lead. Her non-basic layering tricks give her ensembles that cool-girl appeal we all strive for.

Everlane The Box Cut Tee ($15)

A simple tee is all you need.

Pixie Market Sweet Babe Lilac Crop Top ($38)

​This would pair well over a basic t-shirt, or under an oversized blazer — the choice is yours!

Topshop Khaki Full Midi Skirt ($90)

​A full midi skirt in an earthy tone is great for mixing and matching.

See by Chloe Bluebell 24 Hrs Bag ($595)

​Snag this satchel, you’ll wear it with anything and everything.

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Vanessa Jackman

Who: Donna Wallace
What: Accessories Editor
Where: Elle UK

​We have a serious girl crush on Wallace and her edgy tomboy look. If you opt for more masculine-inspired pieces, like Bermuda shorts, then you’ll want to follow her seriously cool style.

H&M Bermuda Shorts ($40)

​White Bermuda shorts are a smart, work-appropriate choice for warmer temperatures.

BB Dakota Atleg Vegan Leather Moto Jacket ($92)

​Try a leather jacket in a new shape, like this BB Dakota version.

Alexander Wang Jacquette Oxfords ($650)

​Hello, monk-strap, cut-out oxfords we never knew we needed, until today.

Need Supply Eyeball Print Clutch ($68)

​Nothing like a funky, cool print to give your look a fashionable update.

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Vanessa Jackman

Who: Jane Keltner de Valle
What: Fashion News Director
Where: Glamour

​Her downtown-meets-uptown hybrid look is great for those who appreciate a classicist approach to dressing. She mixes staple pieces like tortoise-shell sunglasses and button-down shirts with more fun separates like printed skirts and bright bags.

Opening Ceremony Water Print Jean Skirt ($325)

​Your other skirts are about to get really jealous.

Mother French Short Sleeve Blouse ($170)

​The outfits this chic blouse could be styled into are limitless!

H&M Shoulder Bag ($25)

​A black cross-body bag will never go out of style.

Karen Walker Harvest Sunglasses ($280)

​We’ll never get over the timeless appeal of tortoise shell sunglasses.

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Vanessa Jackman

Who: Joanna Hillman
What: Style Director
Where: Harper’s Bazaar

​If you’re up for a sartorial challenge, then pay close attention to Hillman’s day-to-day looks. She masters the art of mixing and matching statement pieces, while maintaining an unstudied appeal. Also, her lipstick game is on-point.

Acne Studios Ines Shantung Skirt ($390)

​This bright orange tie-front skirt is just nuts.

Rebecca Minkoff ABC Jacket ($598)

​A black leather jacket is great and all, but you’ll really make a splash in this floral-detailed number.

Jules Smith Double Bar Necklace ($65)

​We admire Hillman’s taste for statement necklaces, and we suspect she’d opt for a chic, double bar necklace any old time.

MAC Lipstick ($16)

​Hillman has cited this lipstick as one of her favorite shades.

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A Love Is Blind

Who: Samantha Traina and Vanessa Traina Snow
What: Stylists

​We don’t doubt you’ve spotted these chic sisters about town during fashion month. Their sharp eyes for clean lines and sleek shapes make them an inspiration go-to for minimalists everywhere.

Mango Monochrome Check Trousers ($60)

​There’s something so chic and sophisticated about check-print trousers.

Zara Asymmetric Crop Top ($80) and Pencil Skirt ($80)

​A crisp, matching set at this price point is too good to pass up.

Dune Hyrdo Heeled Sandals ($110)

​A strappy sandal in a nude hue is a fresh footwear choice for spring and summer.

Need Supply Ace Bag ($89)

​No need to overdo it — a simple, black bag is all you need to emulate the Traina look.

Tibi Leather Mules ($375)

​We know you’ve heard “mules” more than once this season, and we have an inkling these two had something to do with that.