The Items EVERY Woman in the Fashion Industry Owns

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After working in the fashion world for a fair amount of time, you start to notice trends among the women who inhabit it. There are certain items everyone seems to own and wear regularly—and we aren't the only ones who think so.

We enlisted the help of our resident stylist Marissa Webb to help decipher what those universally beloved items are in the fashion industry.

"It's really impossible to speak for every other woman in the fashion industry, of course, but they are a few items I've spotted frequently on many," Webb confided.

Keep scrolling for the items Marissa Webb has spotted on pretty much every woman in the fashion industry!

After all, we spend a lot of time on our feet!

Every fashion girl has a favourite perfume! I usually gravitate toward more-masculine scents.

We all need that perfect cosy trench coat for travel. In my opinion, a longer version is better because there are multiple ways to style it.

We need a go-to third piece like a cashmere sweater, cape, or slouchy blazer for cold days in the office, studio, or aeroplane.

Personally, I love mine for days when I just look exhausted! I stock up on different frame options for diversity.

Nice but functional luggage is important because we spend a lot of time travelling. Luggage that's physically attractive is great, but more importantly, it needs to function properly.

Meghan Blalock
Managing Editor

Hailing from the heart of the South and cutting her teeth on the mean streets of New York, Meghan has six years of experience covering fashion, style, celebrities, culture, and human behavior. A longtime devotee of rap music, tacos, and generally perfect weather, she is excited to put down roots in Los Angeles. Her top three style staples are a good pair of cutoff shorts, virtually any kind of colorful digi-print, and a solid set of shades.