23 Items Our Editors Wear Constantly From Net-a-Porter

If you regularly scroll through our many Who What Wear stories, then you probably come across a lot of shopping recommendations from one of our favorite sites, Net-a-Porter. However, have you ever wondered what our editors are actually buying and wearing from the luxury retailer ourselves? Well, today you’re in for a treat.

From the $60 sunglasses Ally refuses to take off to a $1060 It bag (that I agree is totally worth the investment), our team is sharing the items we’re obsessed with from NAP—that are somehow still in stock and available to buy. So, whether you’re looking for an actually functional coat and everyday boots, or perhaps a fun statement purse and solid pair of jeans, we’ve got you covered across the board. Just keep scrolling to see, read about, and shop all 23 of our picks (before they’re gone).

"Burgundy is one of few colors I actually wear because it's as easy to style as black—and this cozy sweater is no exception." — Nicole Akhtarzad, Market Editor 

"Since the bulk of my day-to-day outfits are relatively simple, I usually rely on cool accessories to make them less boring. This bag definitely has done the trick this season." — Nicole Akhtarzad

"I talk about these jeans a lot, but that'ts because I wear them a lot! I love the ultra high rise, the rigidity, and the cut (which is technically flared but so slightly that it feels more straight to me)." — Nicole Akhtarzad

"Recently, long, flowy dresses are all I want to wear—like this one from Matteau with billowy sleeves and a nipped-in waist. It's a great transitional piece that works anywhere from the beach to a dinner party." — Kristen Nichols

"I pretty much live in turtlenecks for the fall, and right now I'm wearing this one from Jacquemus on repeat." — Kristen Nichols

"For workouts, I always rely on matching sets, including this one from Vaara, which I just added to my wardrobe. I love the cropped zip-up, which has subtle '70s vibes." — Kristen Nichols

Shop the matching Tyler Striped Stretch Leggings ($180).

"Black jeans are a must in my wardrobe for fall and winter, and this pair checks so many boxes, from the high-rise to the sleek straight-leg. Plus, they play well with ankle boots (as exemplified here). What more could you ask in an everyday jean?" — Anna LaPlaca, Assistant Editor 

"This pair nails the slouchy jean look that's trending so hard right now, but doesn't compromise looking put-together one bit (a tough balance to nail, if you ask me). They're structured, but still roomy, and the light blue wash could easily pass as genuine vintage." — Anna LaPlaca

"So what are you to wear with the above jeans I just recommended? This top from The Line by K, of course. I also own this one in the raspberry color, but I think I might need the cream now, too." – Anna LaPlaca

"These simple Le Specs shades have barely left my face since I got them. After years of wearing 'weird' sunglasses, I was ready for something more subtle and flattering. This pair is super similar, and I think I may need them too." – Allyson Payer

"I don't own many printed bags since I usually find them hard to wear, but this tiger-print one is very neutral and fits in with the rest of my wardrobe really well. Plus, it's truly the perfect size." — Allyson Payer

"What really sold me on these is that they're weatherproof but still cool enough to wear on a perfectly dry day, so no need to save them for snow." — Allyson Payer

"This set is simply perfect. The sweater is slightly cropped and the skirt has just a bit of swing. Wear them apart, wear them together. Either way, I promise you'll get a ton of use from these knits." — Kat Collings, Editor in Chief

Shop the matching Jersey Ribbed-Knit Maxi Skirt ($295).

"A Barbour jacket is for life. I love that it's a heritage brand with a serious commitment to quality. The jacket even comes with a can of wax so you can weatherproof it for more serious weather situations. I love that Barbour partnered with AlexaChung for a more fashion take on the classic jacket. The color-blocking is a sweet addition, and I've never owned a jacket with more pockets!" — Kat Collings

"This Wolford bodysuit is unlike any other bodysuit I've owned. It's made of a fabric that I'll describe as really thick tights. That means it hugs your body the same way a pair of tights conforms to your legs. It is a bodysuit in its highest form, which, to me, means it excels at creating a body-hugging silhouette sans any bulky top tucking. " — Kat Collings

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"I love a pop of color now and then to shake up my neutral-hued-filled wardrobe. This soft-to-the-touch jacket from Nanushka is one of the best investments I've made—it's feels so luxurious, and the color is to die for. I always get an influx of compliments when I wear it—and I can't complain about that!" — Judith Jones, Market Editor

"I basically live in breezy cotton blouses on the weekend, and this comfortable and pretty vintage-inspired Doên one remains my go-to." — Judith Jones

"I wear small gold hoop earrings daily—this gorgeous braided design by Laura Lombardi is my absolute favorite—they're the perfect size for everyday wear." – Judith Jones

"I have a tiny obsession with mini crossbody bags at the moment—just so practical for that on-the-go lifestyle. I'm particularly into this Balenciaga beauty because it's simple in nature, but has just the right amount of statement-making details (ahem, the logo) to make it special." — Bobby Schuessler, Market Editor

"I'm all about oversize shades these days that basically cover your entire face. These Saint Laurent stunners are constantly in my rotation." — Bobby Schuessler

"I'm obsessed with my Nanushka vegan leather dress, which I own in black and now I'm weirdly tempted to also get in cream. I'm a fan of layering a long-sleeve top underneath, but it can also be worn by itself for holiday parties. I also can confirm that it travels well and doesn't wrinkle easily." — Erin Fitzpatrick, Senior News Editor

"We barely get any real weather here in L.A., but that won't stop me from being prepared for that glorious moment I can finally bust out this pretty purple rain jacket." — Erin Fitzpatrick

"After years of wearing Nike running sneakers, I think I might be fully converted to APL versions now. They're so lightweight and comfortable, they might actually convince me to make use of the gym membership I've only used twice this year (oops)." — Erin Fitzpatrick

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