Ever wonder how a fashion editor determines his favorite items and top picks?
Ever wonder how a fashion editor determines his favorite items and top picks? It's essentially our job to shop — to find the coolest of the cool, the hippest of the hip, and the most coveted pieces out there. Every day we scour shopping sites and brick-and-mortar stores alike to show you the clothes you didn't even know you needed. And, yes, sometimes we pick a little somethin' somethin' up along the way. With our newest challenge, see how our editors spend $500 on their Winter wardrobes. Next up, Danny Feekes, our associate editorial director of style. Click through to see how he spends his money now.
I'm originally from Kansas — where one truly dresses for the seasons — but since moving to San Francisco seven years ago, I've adapted to the temperate, year-round climate by wearing, what some have called, a uniform. I was quick to adopt to the casual, Northern California aesthetic, and most days you'll find me in skinny jeans, some semblance of plaid, and either a cardigan or v-neck sweater. It's a formula that works for me, and I don't stray too far, too often. With a $500 budget, I'd buy more of the same, but infuse some pop colors and unique prints. I'd like to think the following picks would look good together, or as individual items added to my tiny, already jam-packed closet. I'd gladly give a few pieces to charity to make room for the following . . .