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This Look Is Money: How Three Fashion Editors Dress for Work

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This week’s episode of This Look is Money, we tracked down 3 style editors from your favored online style destinations to reveal exactly how they prepare their best outfits. Think covetable and eye-grabbing pieces—one editor even waited in line for 2 hours, so she should score her dream handbag at a sample sale.


From looking “wealthy and highly spiced” in a cardigan that charges just as a lot as your half of the hire to wearing accessories from emerging expertise from across the globe, these style tastemakers are the brand new cross-to in your style, though.
Who are you wearing? How an awful lot did it value? What favors are you calling in? Think something old, something new, something borrowed, and something sold resale.

So you realize you’re in for some important fashion proposal ahead. First up is Nikki Ogunnaike, the fashion director of ELLE.Com. She soon finessed her love for J.Crew into a successful social media campaign that landed her a modeling spot in their vacation catalog.
Starting from her shoes up, Ogunnaike is wearing a couple of white leather-based Kenneth Cole boots ($150) that “have a pleasant, walkable heel I can get around the city in them exceptional without difficulty, and I do not feel like I’m hobbling across the street,” she says.

Ogunnaike’s darkish wash Rag & Bone jeans ($one hundred fifty) are “perfection” because her pair is stiff, and they do not should hem them. Plus, the precise cuff and brand down the sides of the jeans caught her attention. She admits that her black Balenciaga cardigan ($1,390) is a splurge, however “in case you paintings difficult, and also you want to spend your money and deal with yourself, [then] you must,” Ogunnaike provides.
She’s been looking for her gold Celine using Phoebe Philo “O” initial necklace “for years,” and when she noticed it in Barney’s, she knew it was intended to be ($500). “Now that I’m in my mid-30s, I trust I’m a grown-ass girl, and it’s time to spend money on a few gold rings,” she pronounces while pointing at her two rings from Mejuri ($250 total).

To appear fashionable and stay heat in the iciness, Ogunnaike is predicated on her pink puffer jacket by using Canadian store Aritzia ($230), which also counts Duchess Meghan Markle as a fan.
Ogunnaike stocks that she has 9 ear piercings and believes it’s “a surely remarkable manner to mix up your earrings recreation, however now not have to do a lot,” she says of her pieces from direct-to-purchaser brands The Last Line, Vrai & Oro, and SVN. As for the value of her funding rings: “Yikes! […] I spend loads of cash on clothes. What do you want me to do,” she admits. Ogunnaike provides that her small gold hoops with freshwater pearls from SVN cost $250 a chunk ($500 total). “I’m so satisfied to very own them simply due to the fact I’m assisting a lady fashion designer, and we gotta try this,” she says.

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