Who's in the mood for some fresh shopping picks? Seeing as you're a Who What Wear reader and you found yourself on this particular story, we think we already know what the answer is. While we hardly need an excuse to discuss the latest fashion items we're obsessing over, we think the start of a new month is a pretty good reason. We're nearing the end of November, and it's still bringing us so many exciting new pieces to look at, courtesy of our very own Who What Wear Collection.
In case you weren't already familiar with our line, we drop new pieces each month, so our lineup of trend-ish classics is always up-to-date, and today, we're diving into one of our most stunning collections yet. With the holidays right around the corner, we dreamt up a series of plissé dresses, shearling jackets, and luxe faux-leather staples that will have you dressing your very best throughout the rest of 2021 (and beyond). Naturally, our editors and staffers were all over these items before they were even released, so we tried them on and reviewed them for you, as we tend to do.
Simply continue on to see how we're styling the latest pieces from Who What Wear Collection and then, of course, shop our favorites.
"I recently posted a picture wearing this seafoam faux-shearling jacket on IG, and it kind of created pandemonium in my DMs. Everyone wanted to know where it was from, what it felt like, and if it looks as expensive IRL as it does in photographs. My answers? It's from Who What Wear Collection (obvi); it feels warm, cozy, and like a little slice of heaven; and yes, it looks even more expensive and luxurious in person. I don't know if I've ever been this obsessed with a jacket before, and the unique color makes it feel extra special." — Erin Jahns, senior beauty editor
"I love a classic black shearling jacket, and this cropped version feels both forward and classic at the same time. I can see myself wearing it all season but also for years." — Nicole Eshaghpour, senior market editor
"This faux-leather shacket is what I plan on living in this fall and winter. Living in L.A., I am always on the hunt for that light layer that adds both style and warmth. I love how you can wear this shacket open for a more relaxed look or tied closed, which creates a lovely shape and instantly adds some polish." — Lauren Eggertsen, editorial director
While the jacket will certainly hold its own in any outfit, there's something utterly cool about wearing it as a set alongside our Ellis Midi Skirt ($155).
"This faux-leather blazer is not only extremely chic, but it's also one of the most versatile pieces in my wardrobe right now. I love it belted over a turtleneck, worn completely open without the ties, or as a top with nothing underneath." — Michaela Bushkin, senior fashion editor, branded content
"First of all, I love a fancy dress that's also comfortable and machine washable. Aside from that, I think this would make for a really cool winter wedding or holiday party dress when everyone else is wearing black and metallics." — Allyson Payer, senior editor
"This dress makes me feel like I should be hosting a chic dinner party for the holidays. The ruffles add just the right amount of dressiness but don't make it feel too over-the-top. Bonus: If you're a bride-to-be like myself, it's the perfect piece to wear for any winter wedding-related events. Just saying." — Anneliese Dominguez, fashion editor, branded content
"I love how expensive and sophisticated this dress feels on and makes me look. The thing that really surprised me about it is the leather is so buttery soft that the dress is super easy to move in and doesn't feel stiff at all. Plus, you got to love something with pockets!" — Sarah Yang, managing editor, THE/THIRTY
"You know those designer leather dresses you dream of buying but never do? This WWWC number rivals them. First off, the quality is impeccable for the price—the faux leather feels like melted butter. And it's such a chic staple. I can imagine myself dressing it up with a pair of heels and a chic trench coat or down with a pair of combat boots and a second-skin top underneath. Basically, if you don't buy this dress, you're missing out." — Jasmine Fox-Suliaman, audience engagement editor
"Candidly speaking, I've entered the no-prints phase of my life. As much as I love a fun print, they can be fleeting. But our newest WWWC dress has me rethinking my stance. I love that it's a minimal black-and-white floral print (it's basically a neutral) in one of the most flattering, fashionable fits for any dress. The ruching adds the perfect synch to your hips, and the collar adds a dollop of polish. It's the perfect work-ready dress that melds fun with functional." — Fox-Suliaman