5 Editors on the Outfits They're Actually Wearing Right Now

Sponsor Content Created With PAIGE

While we love to forecast popular trends and outfits months—sometimes even a year—out, we also very much understand the value in sharing what we're actually wearing and shopping in real-time. This is especially helpful in seasons when the weather doesn't always align with how we want to be dressing. (Spring, I'm looking at you).

Currently, we're dipping our toes into wearing real clothes again—as in, clothes that don't involve loungewear. Yes, that means swapping elastic waistband pants for ones with actual zippers. (Dare I say I've missed denim?) Some of us are even beginning to wear heels here and there. If it feels like it's about time, then we've got just the styling advice for you. These five editor-curated outfits comprised of things like perfectly fitting jeans, stylish footwear, and dreamy knits from PAIGE are a great place to start.


"Slouchy trousers are one of the spring trends I simply can’t get enough of. As part of the movement toward all things upsized, looser proportions feel comfortable but decidedly more polished than sweatpants or loungewear. Add a sleek bodysuit and heels, and you have the perfect spring look." —Kristen Nichols


"No matter how many things I buy, I always seem to go back to this one spring look: jeans, a tee, and some slip-on sandals. It’s simple, chic, and beyond easy." —Anneliese Dominguez


"I'm one of those weirdos who does not take off her jeans to lounge on the couch after a long day (I know, I know), so my favorite pairs have actually received a lot of love over the past year. It's been a bit chilly in Los Angeles lately, so I'm styling my go-to jeans from PAIGE with cardigans in happy spring colors and bright-white heels (yes, heels). Who knows—maybe soon I'll get to wear them with this cute cinched cami I've been eyeing." —Michaela Bushkin


"Dressing for spring in New York requires a level of nimbleness—you can finally put away your oversize puffer coat, but you still need to consider pieces that are warm enough to wear while dining outdoors or when the sun goes down. This look toys the line perfectly and is the ideal outfit for transitional weather—plus it is the epitome of city-chic." —Jasmine Fox-Suliaman


"I've always been into a good pair of trousers, so I chose this comfortable-but-sophisticated silhouette as the anchor to my outfit. While I tend to stick to a fairly neutral color palette no matter the season, I love how the ivy green hue injects a bit of life into my look, making it perfect for spring. Of course, I still styled it with pieces that fall more within my comfort zone, but there's no denying how versatile a black sweater and ankle boots are and how chic they look all together in this 'fit." —Nicole Shoohed

Associate Fashion Director, Branded Content

Michaela Bushkin is the associate fashion director on the branded content team. She is based in Los Angeles and is going on her sixth year at Who What Wear. Michaela has always worked in the content world, previously at Whalerock and The Zoe Report. Her current role involves executing content, photo shoots, and events for fashion brands from retailers to luxury designers and everything in between. She spends her free time online shopping (or "researching" as she likes to call it), reading at the beach, and trying as many new restaurants in L.A. as possible.