We know you lead busy lives, dear readers, so we wouldn't blame you if you missed a couple of Who What Wear stories here and there. But don't fret: Instead of making you comb through our whole site to catch up on content before the New Year, we did all the hard work and rounded up our 10 most popular stories of 2015. From a simple hack for walking in heels without pain to celebrity-inspired styling tricks, these stories are chock-full of inspiring looks and helpful advice.
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If you're looking to pare down your overstuffed closet, look no further than this story from April, in which we detailed how to get the most mileage out of just 37 pieces. Hint: Yes, it's possible!
What's better than a trip down memory lane with some of our favorite stars? In January, we rounded up this list of 16 amazing high school yearbook photos, and we still can't pick which a favorite.
In March, we detailed the 10 things every stylish person does in secret—because no one really #wokeuplikethis. From planning outfits the night before to performing shoe maintenance, these tips and tricks are invaluable.
If you're tired of blisters and sore feet after a day of wearing heels, allow us to come to the rescue. For this story back in June, we chatted with a shoe expert, who revealed her trick: Run your feet under cold water, put some hand lotion on your feet, and slip into your shoes with your feet still damp. Genius!
Haven't heard of the third-piece fashion rule before? We explained the clever trick in this story from February. To summarize: Your top and pants are your first and second pieces, and your third piece is an outfit booster like a blazer, jacket, or statement accessory (not including shoes). The more you know!
If you spend a ridiculous amount of time on Pinterest, you're not alone. In February, we rounded up some of the social platform's most repinned images—naturally, the list has some ultra-inspiring pics.
Is it just us, or have French women nailed the whole fashion thing? This story from May explained the concept of the five-piece French wardrobe, with suggestions on how to re-create it for yourself.
Which story was your favorite? Tell us in the comments below!