11 Things All Our Editors Have In Their Closets

Photos courtesy of Boden, Revolve, Madewell, Dr. Martens

We twin a lot

Fashion month may be upon us, and with it, the influx of new trends and ways to switch up your style to reflect what we’re seeing on the runway. We’ve got you with the latest trends, of course, but our editors have wardrobe essentials that last seasons, too. And more often than not, our holy grail pieces are super-similar to each other. Call it fate, but we find ourselves twinning with each other a lot in this office, completely by accident. We all have pretty different personal styles, but there are some pieces that everyone obsesses over.

From tops to make us look put-together without trying too hard and comfortable, yet stylish, shoes to outerwear that serves as an antidote to basic black winter coats, here are 11 pieces that our editors have in their closets. Swipe on for classic style inspo.

Photo courtesy of Boden

Leopard Print Coat
The winter months are oversaturated with basic black coats, and we've never been about being basic. That's why lots of us have leopard print coats that we'll break out soon, and with so much of the animal print spotted on the runways this season, there's no doubt a few more of us will be getting our own.

Boden, Hengrave Coat, $250, available at Boden.

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Well, sorta

Grimes delighted us to no end when she posted her fantastical training "regiment" while promoting her new campaign for Adidas by Stella McCartney. And while we knew that somewhere out there, some dedicated blogger would have to try it out for the clicks, we also knew it wasn't going to be us. All to say, this is why we were able to take total joy in seeing Deadspin writer Patrick Redford's dedication to following Grimes' list of tasks step-by-step, from astro-gliding into other dimensions and screaming his way into Grimes' peak condition. Fun!

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HBO dropped the ball on this one

Game of Thrones may have snagged a record number of Emmy nominations, but it's not all thanks to HBO putting its stars up for the awards. Instead, Gwendoline Christie—aka Ser Brienne of Tarth—submitted her own name for consideration via her agent after HBO failed to do so on her behalf. And, naturally, the Emmys recognized her incredible performance and nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series along fellow GoT castmates Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, and Lena Headey. Be your own biggest fan, and it might just end up paying off!

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My interest level has peaked with this new clip

I'm not a Taylor Swift fan, and that's putting it nicely. So all of the fuss about the new Cats movie that she's starring in has been intentionally off of my radar.

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It's pricey, but hear us out

Co-captain of US women's national soccer team and queen of fire hair looks Megan Rapinoe has to keep up with that purple mane just like the rest of us colored-hair folk. Maintaining hair that vivid can be difficult, to say the least, but not impossible—especially when you have a good colorist. Unsurprisingly, Rapinoe's is one of the best. According to a press release, expert colorist and balayage specialist Richard Drews keeps Rapinoe's hair cool-toned and vibrant using Kérastase Blond Absolu Masque Ultra-Violet which is like your favorite purple shampoo times 10.

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Cute *and* functional? Don't mind if we do

Tie-dye isn't the only California cool trend to resurface over the past few seasons: welcome the versatile bucket hat.

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