I think we can all agree that fashion editors shop a lot more than the average person. After all, it's kind of our job. Lately, however, I've been overwhelmed by all of the new winter arrivals being stocked across the internet during my daily scrolls. And yes, I buy plenty of fashion items that most people would deem a bit-over-the top or too "fashiony," but much of what I'm drawn to is completely wearable and accessible for non-fashion editors. In fact, as the title of this story implies, I'd be inclined to buy them even if I didn't work in fashion. Given the season, this roundup contains plenty of sweaters, outerwear, boots, and more cozy items that will see you through from until S/S 20 (and for future winters to come), so start scrolling and filling your cart, if you're so inclined.
Nike x Maria Sharapova Perfect Pairs Classic Cortez Premium Sneakers ($90)
This new iteration of the classic Cortez sneakers will look perfect with jeans and sweaters.
Nanushka Leba Pants ($335)
Two things: a) Winter makes me want to wear burgundy, and b) these are as comfortable as it gets.
Staud Chandler Dress ($245)
The perfect winter dress, with or without the matching boots.
Who What Wear Long Sleeve Front Button-Down Coat ($60)
This does double duty as a jacket or a shirt.
Reformation Gia Cargo Pants ($148)
Also available in black and camo, and I think I may need all three.
Urban Outfitters Milo Patchwork Mock Neck Sweater ($148)
Pair this with black skinny jeans and knee boots.
Miista Inga Black Nappa Leather Boots ($625)
Speaking of knee boots, my jaw literally dropped when I saw these.
& Other Stories Hourglass Plaid Blazer ($179)
If you want a great winter blazer that looks designer for a fraction of the price, & Other Stories is always the answer.
Re/Done High Rise Loose Jeans ($265)
This beloved Re/Done style (Kaia Gerber wears them constantly) just got a brand-new wash.
Stand Studio Lolita Faux Shearling Tote ($156)
This is the coziest bag I've ever seen, without a doubt.
Isabel Marant Etoile Alpaca Georgia Pullover ($445)
Isabel Marant's sweaters are better than ever right now.
H&M Boxy Puffer Jacket ($40)
I was floored when I saw that this perfect puffer is only $40.
Ganni Knit Scarf in Hot Pink ($160)
The easiest way to add some life to a gray winter day.
Reformation Barlow Coat ($328)
I predict that this is going to be the Reformation It coat of the season.
Majorelle Reena Cardigan ($158)
This is what I'd call a going-out top in the winter.
Madewell Classic Straight Jeans: Corduroy Edition ($115)
For those days when it's just too cold for jeans.
Totême Ballac Boxy Jacket ($405)
I can attest that this looks even better on.
Topshop Knitted Chenille Midi Skirt ($68)
A chenille midi skirt? Sign me up.
Alexander Wang Tie Shoulder Wool & Cashmere Blend Sweater ($595)
Alexander Wang made the double sweater trend easy.
Loewe Tread-Sole Leather Ankle Boots ($750)
If you see me this winter, I'll probably be wearing these.
Lou & Grey Faux Fur Sweatshirt ($70)
Everyone has a faux-fur coat, but not everyone has a faux-fur sweatshirt (and they should).
Sandro Double-Sided Wool Trench Coat ($820)
I love that this coat is blue and black as opposed to all black.
Sleeper Grey Shearling Slippers ($390)
I can't stop thinking about how happy these would make my feet.
Ajaie Alaie Cotton Candy Pullover | Riviera ($368)
This sustainable brand's hand-knit knitwear should be on your radar.
Lauren Manoogian Baby Bowl Wool Tote ($290)
I love sweaters so much that I think I may need a bag made out of one.
3.1 Phillip Lim Cropped Teddy Bomber Jacket ($595)
There are a lot of fleeces to choose from out there, but this one takes the cake.
Aritzia Wilfred Free Oracle Pants ($148)
The cut of these is as good as the quality of the vegan leather.
Agolde '80s Pleated Shoulder Sweatshirt ($128)
The faux-layered look is a micro-trend that's quickly gaining steam.
Tory Burch Wool Coat ($798)
These incredible hook buttons are what drew me in.
Dr. Martens Leonore Sherpa Chelsea Boots ($160)
I can't think of better boots to wear on those bitterly cold days to come.
Holzweiler Ask Skirt ($280)
Get the matching sweater too, or just pair it with whatever complementary knitwear you already own.
Next up, the cold-weather capsule wardrobe: nine outfits, each under $250 total.
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