I'm a Fashion Editor—Here's Everything I Want to Buy for Winter

Anna LaPlaca
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As a fashion editor, I'm acutely aware of all the current trends on the scene and have basically made it a pastime of mine to uncover emerging micro-trends about to make it big next. Since I spend so much of my time trendspotting and reporting on the styles that are in and out, I tend to rack up a massive shopping list for all the holes in my own closet. At the start of each new season, I keep a running tab of all the pieces I want to add to my wardrobe to nail each of the overarching trends I'm seeing.

On my list of trendy clothes for winter 2020 are items such as polo neck sweaters, fur-lined clogs, and loungewear sets (just to name a few) that represent each of the larger trends I want to test out myself. By keeping a list like this, I'm able to avoid making impulsive purchases and ensure that each item I add to my virtual shopping cart is one that I'll be satisfied with in several months' time.

Orseund Iris Silk-Satin Shirt ($350)

Between the chocolate brown color and the silky material, I'm completely in love.

Agolde Recycled Leather Fitted 90's Pants ($298)

I love the '90s jeans from Agolde, so you can imagine my excitement when they came out with a leather-coated version for winter.

Stand Studio Nino Long Checkerboard Faux Fur Coat ($649)

My dream coat? You're looking at it.

A.L.C. Paquin Top ($325)

Cutout tops are all I want to wear with jeans anymore and this one is pretty perfect.

The Drop Annalise Distressed Loose-Fit Straight Leg Jean ($55)

I don't always wear jeans these days, but when I do I want a pair that's as comfortable as it is cool and these check both boxes.

Zara Faux Fur Lined Buckle Clogs ($70)

I never thought I'd say this, but I really want to add a pair of clogs to my closet.

Callahan X Revolve Cardigan in Black ($98)

Winter 2020 is all about elevated lounge sets and I have my eye on this one.

Callahan X Revolve High Waist Pant in Black ($88)

Both items will work well for wearing indoors and outdoors.

Lioness Small Talk Jacket ($129)

Boring puffers are over—it's all about statement-makers.

Urban Outfitters Lennon Jacquard Cropped Sweater ($79)

A guaranteed mood-booster.

Jenny Bird Jenny Bird Stevie Necklace in Gold ($125)

I plan to wear this chain-link necklace with everything from loungewear to fancier outfits.

Ganni Printed Mesh Turtleneck ($135)

My mind is going into overdrive just thinking of all the layering possibilities here.

Zara Polo Collar Knit Sweater ($50)

Not a regular pullover, a cool pullover.

Danse Lente Lola Bag ($325)

The perfect slouchy-but-structured bag.

H&M Long-Sleeved Turtleneck Top ($35)

The texture and color make this look way more expensive than it is.

Tatuo Detachable Dickey Collar ($15)

I just ordered these to layer underneath crewnecks and sweaters for that prep-school vibe that's trending.

Tamara Mellon Clash Boots ($695)

Meet the ankle boots all the It girls are wearing.

BP. Sweater & Camisole Set ($45)

Would it really be a winter 2020 story if I didn't include a cardigan-and-tank set?

Mango Oversize Wool Jacket ($150)

I'm not waiting a minute longer to add a shacket to my arsenal.

& Other Stories Ruffled Glitter Pattern Soft Bra ($29)

I'm over wearing real bras anymore.

Tna CozyAF Boyfriend Zip-Up Hoodie ($90)

Anything looks more elevated in this color.

Year of Ours Veronica Leggings ($104)

A new season calls for some updated basics.

& Other Stories Draped Cupro Top ($59)

The not-so-basic basic top my closet was yearning for.

Next up, check out the 35 Zara items that are living in my head rent-free.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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