It’s that time of year. Weekends are filling up quickly with ugly sweater parties, family get-togethers and gift exchanges with friends. Your busy social life may be the highlight of the season, but there’s a good chance your work calendar is filling up too. Between figuring out what to get your Secret Santa and balancing an already full workload around extra days off, figuring out what to wear to your upcoming office holiday party can cause a bit of stress. We know it can be tricky (especially with vaguely defined dress codes), so we’ve rounded up four festive looks complete with expert styling advice that’ll be sure stun your coworkers.


office holiday party : happy hour

Holiday Happy Hour

Must-Have Piece: The Velvet Jacket

While a bomber jacket is often associated with an athleisure style, the velvet texture and rich color make it a fun and festive piece. You’ll be lookin’ bomb and feeling cozy at casual celebrations over cocktails.

Styling Tips

Contrasting textures in your ensemble exudes confidence, so don’t be afraid to shake things up a bit. Start with your focal piece (lookin’ at you, bomber jacket), add in accents of faux suede and faux leather, and you’ve nailed a look that feels both effortless and edgy. If you want to ditch the pants, swap them out for a slip skirt. It’s this seasons trend that pairs with everything, and we’re all for sneaking it into our ensemble at any opportunity.


office holiday party : mid-day soiree

Mid-Day Soirée

Must-Have Piece: The LBD

If your office holiday party is during the work-day, it can be hard to figure out what to wear that works both for the conference room potluck and bouncing from meeting to meeting. When in doubt, reach for the always-versatile LBD. It still maintains an air of professionalism while being a knockout piece that’s sure to impress your colleagues.

Styling Tips

A simple Ponte is comfortable and provides the perfect blank slate for adding your personal touches. Select pieces that set your style apart and have fun with accessories you may not wear on a day-to-day basis. Try pairing it with a printed jacket (we’re particularly fond of animal print, ATM), edgy moto, or layer a cropped chunky knit over it for an even cozier ensemble.


office holiday party : the major blazer

After-Hours Hors d’Oeuvres:

Must-Have Piece: The Major Blazer

If your office has planned an elaborate holiday party, reach for sparkling metallics or satiny sheen (oh, fancy). A tweed blazer with modern updates like shimmering threads and frayed edges feels classic enough to wear around your coworkers but daring enough for the special occasion.

Styling Tips 

Take your party get-up to the next level with coated denim and a sleek camisole. Sticking to all black feels sophisticated while the edgy textiles make for a fun ensemble that you wouldn’t normally wear on any other workday. For a more relaxed look, layer your statement blazer over a tailored sweater, a pair of clean wash denim, and booties.



office holiday party

The Wild Card

Must-Have Piece: The Suede Skirt

If you have somewhat of an untraditional office setting, your office holiday party may be more laid-back than most. While a skirt might not feel like the most obvious choice for winter, a faux suede finish feels aligned with the season. Experiment with different silhouettes like a pencil, midi, or mini to find what best suits your shape and style.

Styling Tips

As the temperatures continue to drop, we’re looking more and more to Joey Tribbiani for layering inspiration (could we be wearing any more clothes?!). That means, we’ve already brainstormed a few ways to style this mini without shivering. Our personal favorite? Pair your skirt with tights and knee-high boots for a little extra warmth and throw on a cropped jacket for the finishing touch. If you opt for a mini, pair with a long cardigan or trench coat to visually balance out your look.


We love stocking up on sweaters, but our favorite of the season is the classic turtleneck. There’s no denying that they keep us warm and cozy throughout the cooler seasons, and the extra coverage is essential to surviving temperature drops. Figuring out how to style a turtleneck in fresh new ways can be challenging. With so many exciting trends emerging, it can be tempting to try them all out at once. But, try a few too many with one outfit and we could end up looking like this (hey, you do you, Dwayne). Just in case you’re not feelin’ the fanny pack, we’ve pulled a few of our favorite pieces to help you master styling this closet staple. Trust us, you’re turtle-y going to love them (sorry, couldn’t resist).

turtleneck outfits:

1. Luxe Textures

We’re all for a neutral ensemble, but the best way to take your outfit to the next level is by playing with a variety of textures. A cozy knit paired with coated denim screams sophisticated without feeling stuffy. Complete your look with a puffer jacket and you’ve perfectly mixed the highs and the lows for a street-savvy ensemble.


turtleneck outfits:

2. Tunic Length Turtleneck

For a piece that lends endless styling opportunities, invest in a tunic length turtleneck in a versatile color. Easy to pair with virtually any bottom, it will quickly become a Monday-to-Sunday kind of piece. We suggest finishing your look with a camel trench coat. It’s equally versatile, and when paired with the tunic length sweater, the long lines of each piece will visually create a ton of length for your figure.


turtleneck outfits: feminine

3. Frills That Fit the Bill

If you don’t love the feel of a turtleneck or are lucky enough to enjoy warmer temps all year ’round, try a mock neck top. With added detail along the neckline, it feels like a modern take on a classic piece. To toughen up this feminine ensemble, layer an edgy moto jacket over your sweater to complete your look.



Fall is in full swing and winter is looming right around the corner (cue hibernation mode). While the colder temperatures mean storing away some of our favorite pieces, it also means it’s officially sweater weather. And, let’s be honest, sweater weather is better weather. It’s the best time of year to hang out by the fire, curl up on the couch with a captivating book, and wrap yourself up in a soft, oversized pullover. To make sure your autumn wardrobe is all set for whatever plans you have in store, we’ve teamed up with our Stylists to round up the fall sweaters they can’t seem to live without. And we can’t blame them – they’re amazing.

fall sweaters - turtleneck

1. The oversized turtleneck tunic

The oversized turtleneck tunic combines the best of both worlds: comfort and style. Seriously, you can’t beat it. Not only does it keep you cozy even on the coldest of days, but it’s also a wardrobe staple that will last you well into the next season.


fall sweaters - chunky knit

2. Statement stripes on a cozy knit.

Stripes are simple, classic, and never go out of style. Try statement stripes on a cozy knit for a modern update that will make this fall sweater feel fresh and familiar all at the same time. Pair with high waisted denim and a printed accessory for some extra pizzazz. We’re all for incorporating a little bit of pattern play into our ensemble!


fall sweaters - colorful classic

3.The classic in a fall foliage hue.

With the days becoming shorter and darker, it can be easy to revert to wearing neutrals on a day-to-day basis. While blacks and greys serve as a great foundation, we’re loving happy hues to brighten up your fall wardrobe. Wear a classic sweater in a vibrant color and finish your look with more muted tones for visual balance.

As soon as the clock strikes midnight on November 1st, it seems the hustle and bustle of the holidays are in full swing. Shopping malls transform into winter wonderlands seemingly overnight (seriously, how is this possible – currently in full-on detective mode to figure it out), and commercials are packed with festive jingles. While we’ve all got that one friend who’s already blasting “All I Want For Christmas is You” – hey, maybe it’s you, no judgment – the crisp, cool air and colorful leaves remind us that it is, in fact, still fall.  So before your holiday prep kicks into full gear, consider planning a short weekend escape. We’ve gathered a few of our favorite self-care tips and outdoor activities to get you started and help you to relax and unplug.


outdoor activities - fall fitness

Swap High Intensity with Slower Activities

If you’re constantly on the go while you’re at home, try taking it down a notch during your weekend getaway. Scenic hiking, kayaking, and biking still get your heart rate going and are great ways to get your fall fitness on. Spending time in nature is not only good for the body, but it’s also great for the mind as well. It’s peaceful, reduces stress, and helps us clear our thoughts. Plus, you can swap your nature sound app for the real deal.


outdoor activities

Stop and Smell the Pine Trees

Be present. Take a bit of time each day to unplug and leave your phone at the cabin (or adorable a-frame). Replace it with journaling for a few minutes and jot down things that make you happy, or head outside to snap a few Polaroids of the fall foliage. No matter what you decide to do, we suggest bringing a mug filled to the brim with a cozy beverage. There’s something about sipping on a warm drink that calms the spirit and soothes the soul.


outdoor activities

Yoga with Furry Friends

Whether it’s goats, cats or dogs, yoga with fluffy little animals has some amazing benefits for both you and your furry friends. Many locations share the mat with adoptable animals (dangerous, we know), and it gives them exercise, attention, and mental stimulation. As for us humans, it helps with depression, mindfulness, and encourages us to seek a deeper connection. Once you’ve picked the location for your retreat, research to see if any spots nearby offer this unique activity.


outdoor activities

When the Sun Goes Down

Just because the sun has set doesn’t mean you have to call it a night (although we definitely wouldn’t blame you if you did). Grab an oversized throw and sit by the fire, roast a few s’mores, and share your favorite stories. If you’ve had your fair share of the outdoors for the day, head inside and pop on a face mask and an old flick, play a board game, or cozy up and read a book that’s been sitting on your shelf back home for too long. Just do what makes you happy!


“We measure success by the happiness of our customers.
If our customers are happy, the rest will follow.”
– Jalem Getz, founder & president

You deserve a style experience that’s all about you. While our look has changed (we hope you love our snazzy new logo and fonts as much as we do), what hasn’t is our #1 priority: you! Your happiness inspires everything we do, and our rebrand is all about recommitting to our customers and living by our core values: inspiration, individuality, and empowerment. We are truly honored to have you be a part of our big ol’ family and we’re excited to share more with you about our reimagined branding. Keep your eyes peeled for an email series taking a peek at how our employees live these values (which are just a few of many) on a day-to-day basis to make sure we’re always exceeding your expectations.



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We are committed to continuously learning all about you, your life and your goals so your Edits get better every time. Whether you’re seeking inspiration or just trying to make life a little easier, we truly thank you for being a part of our community. Seriously, you’re the best! We hope that each Edit continues to be a fun and inspiring experience. Oh, and pop over to to check out our new look—we can’t wait to hear what you think!

inverted triangle body shape

In the words of the incomparable Beyoncé, “you’ve got the love on top.” … er, something like that.

Trying to identify your body type can be one tricky task. Tape measures, celebrity photos, and mathematical equations are all a bit much if you ask us. We’re here to help you define your body shape by keeping it simple. Instead of focusing on the archaic do’s and don’ts of dressing, we’ve focused on the value of flattering your body type with pieces that will become your body’s new best friends (if they aren’t acquaintances already). We like to think of these tips more as guidelines because let’s face it, life is too short to not break the rules once in a while.


The Inverted Triangle Body Shape

You have a large cup size, narrow hips, and a slim to average waist.


Inverted Triangle Outfit Ideas

inverted triangle body shape: work outfit


A structured sheath with an open neckline and a defined waist is your ideal dress. If you don’t have a piece like this already, start with an LBD. Having this wardrobe essential in your closet will definitely come in handy – just think of all of the occasions it will work for!

A slightly draped open-front blazer is fitted enough to flatter while also adding length. Plus, it’s a versatile piece that is not only suitable for the office, but is equally amazing when paired with jeans and a tee.

inverted triangle body shape: weekend outfit


A simple, fitted V-neck top elongates and balances your silhouette. We suggest looking for tops with a bit of stretch. They’ll flatter your full bust (without any annoying pulling) and provide all-day comfort.

Pants with a subtle print like camo draw focus downward, without being too in-your-face. If a full-on print is a bit out of your comfort zone, try subtle embellishments like embroidery or a tiny printed pattern.


Your Body’s BFFs

• Sleek tops with fitted sleeves and a bit of stretch will become your go-to piece for both work and weekend. They’ll comfortably fit over your bust while looking polished and put-together.

• When selecting your tops and dresses, opt for a simple, open neckline like v-neck or scoop. Wrap silhouettes are also extremely flattering and perfectly frame your face.

• If you’re looking to go the sleeveless route, tanks and dresses with wide straps will be your best bet. They’re supportive, and, better yet, provide worry-free wear that requires no yanking or adjusting.

• Fitted jackets like a belted trench or cropped moto are great options for your body type. Classic, tailored, and versatile, they’re a wardrobe staple that will never go out of style.

• A fit and flare dress will emphasize your amazing waistline while creating visual balance, while a tailored sheath dress is an equally flattering alternative when you’re looking for a more relaxed fit.

• Printed pants are a great way to balance your shoulders with your bottom half. Have fun playing with of-the-moment patterns like camo, leopard, and floral.

• Highlight your legs with either a skinny or straight bottom. If prints aren’t quite your thing, you can always opt for a pop of color as the eye-catching feature.

• A bootcut or wide-leg pants serve as a great foundation for an outfit, and they balance your inverted triangle body shape just as much as a print or a color.


With Fall in full swing, it’s easy to get a bit nostalgic about the warm and sunny days of Summer. After all, breezy nights and carefree attitudes lend the perfect atmosphere for romance. But just because Summer has ended doesn’t mean your date nights need to come to a halt. In fact, the crisper, cooler days of fall can make for some pretty romantic evenings with your special someone (snuggling by the fire, anyone?) That means you may need a few new outfits to wear for all your fall dates. From low-key evenings to a night out, we’ve got you covered with all your Fall date outfits, whether it’s your first date or your 50th.


fall date outfits: netflix and chill

Netflix & Chill

Yes, binging the newest true-crime docuseries definitely counts as a date. For a relaxed night in, slip into a pair of stretchy denim for legging-like comfort and toss on a buttery-soft plaid. Whether you’re going out for a bite or ordering in, these pieces provide a great foundation to work off of. If you need to step out of the house (ugh, do we have to), keep it simple by adding a blanket scarf and slip-on sneakers.


fall date outfits: dinner and a movie

Dinner & A Movie

A classic date deserves an equally classic fall look. Pair a lace top with your favorite pair of skinny jeans, add some sleek booties, and you’re ready to hit the town. Movie theatres seem to always be over-the-top freezing, so bring a leather moto jacket to give you that extra bit of edge. It looks effortless draped over your shoulders and is perfect to throw on at showtime.


fall date outfits: outdoor adventures

Outdoor Adventures

Going apple picking, checking out a street fair, or hitting up an open-air concert are all great date ideas, but fluctuating temps and unpredictable weather can make it difficult to decide what to wear. Layering is key, so start with a basic long-sleeve sweater, add a printed scarf, and finish the look with a lightweight jacket. Round out your ensemble with relaxed denim and outdoor-friendly shoes.


We know you’re not actually fruit-shaped, but we still think you’re pretty sweet.

Trying to identify your body type can be one tricky task. Tape measures, celebrity photos, and mathematical equations are all a bit much if you ask us. We’re here to help you define your body shape by keeping it simple. Instead of focusing on the archaic do’s and don’ts of dressing, we’ve focused on the value of flattering your body type with pieces that will become your body’s new best friends (if they aren’t acquaintances already). We like to think of these tips more as guidelines because let’s face it, life is too short to not break the rules once in a while.


The Pear Body Shape

You have full hips that are wider than your bust and a slim-to-average waist.


Pear Outfit Ideas

Pear Body Shape: work outfit


Eye-catching embellishments at the neckline bring the focus towards your lovely face, while beading along the shoulders or a playful statement sleeve is a great way to visually balance your shoulders with your hips.

We’re all for a gorgeous hue and for the pear body type, pants in a rich dark shade are flattering and more interesting than head-to-toe black.

Pear Body Shape: Casual Outfit


A utility jacket that cinches at the waist is an ideal casual outer layer. Better yet, it’s a curve-enhancing piece that you can plan on keeping for years to come.

Ditch your basic blue jeans and opt for a pair with raw hems or subtle distressing. They draw the eye downward which visually creates balance for the pear body type.


Your Body’s BFFs

• When selecting a top, any neckline will flatter your frame, but we’re particularly fond of a cowl or boatneck for the pear body shape.

• Tops with statement sleeves or embellishments add personality to your ensemble and visually balance your shoulders with your hips.

• Off-the-shoulder tops may seem like the obvious choice for emphasizing your shoulders but bear with us—if you’re getting a bit tired of this trend, try an updated alternative like a one-shoulder piece to shake things up a bit.

• Balancing your silhouette can just as easily be done by adding volume or detail along the hemline. Pair a fitted top or sweater with wide-leg pants for a well-proportioned outfit.

• Selecting a jacket that highlights your waist is a must for your wardrobe. Whether it’s a cropped number that hits at your natural waistline, or a tailored cinched-in piece, you can’t go wrong.

• We can all agree that practically having to do jumping jacks to get into our high-waisted jeans is not our favorite way to get dressed. Finding a pair with a bit of stretch will not only avoid the spontaneous workout but provide a ton of comfort while flattering your curves.

• If you’re in need of a dress, whether it be casual or formal, fit and flare or A-line dress are ideal for your figure. They’ll define your amazing waistline while comfortably skim over your hips.


We know you’re not a literal quadrilateral, but these tips will help keep your wardrobe on the straight and narrow.

Trying to identify your body type can be one tricky task. Tape measures, celebrity photos, and mathematical equations are all a bit much if you ask us. We’re here to help you define your body type by keeping it simple. Instead of focusing on the archaic do’s and don’ts of dressing, we’ve focused on the value of flattering your body type with pieces that will become your body’s new best friends (if they aren’t acquaintances already). We like to think of these tips more as guidelines because let’s face it, life is too short to not break the rules once in a while.

The Rectangle Body Shape

You have a slim or athletic build, with fairly even proportions from shoulder to hip.


Rectangle Outfit Ideas

Rectangle Outfit Ideas: work


Jumpsuits were made for your athletic body shape. Choose a style that’s easy and draped, or pick a piece with a tie to create waist definition. Whether you go for straight or cinched in, either style is equally flattering.

Rectangle Outfit Ideas: Weekend


Classically cool with a twist, a colorful moto jacket gives off a fun, laid-back vibe. Selecting one with a belt or added details along the hem will effortlessly accentuate your natural waistline.

Emphasize your straight shape with relaxed boyfriend jeans. Tailored pieces on top paired with a loose fitting bottom make sure your fab figure isn’t getting lost in a baggy bottom abyss.


Your Body’s BFFs 

• Round necklines, whether it be crewneck or scoop neck, flaunt your décolletage and naturally draw the eye outward towards your shoulders.

• You’ve got amazing shoulders, so don’t be afraid to show them off with a racerback or high-neck tank.

• Lucky for you, a straight body type can get away with nearly any type of jacket.  From a bomber to a trench and everything in between, the outerwear world is your oyster.

• Literally, any kind of denim or pant cut under the sun will flatter your figure. Wide-leg, skinny, boyfriend – you name it. No matter the shape, try to find a pair with a mid to high rise that defines your waist.

• Similar to bottoms, you can play with a wide variety of jumpsuits (we’re sensing a theme, here). Jumpsuits work for both formal and casual occasions, so it doesn’t hurt to have a few different shapes and styles on hand. Plus, who doesn’t love the convenience of a one-and-done piece?

• Shorter skirts & dresses with playful patterns and colors are great options for a straight body shape. If you find yourself on the petite end of the spectrum, opt for vertical stripes for an elongating effect.

• Don’t be afraid to ruffle a few feathers with exaggerated silhouettes. With your shoulders evenly proportioned with your hips, you can experiment with wearing tops with ruffles, statement sleeves, or a combination of both.

• It’s all about balance, balance, balance, so when you’re planning your OOTD (or if you’re a superstar and plan ahead for the week), choose whether or not you’ll add volume on top or the bottom, not both.


We know you’re not actually fruit-shaped,
but we still think you’re pretty sweet.

Trying to identify your body type can be one tricky task. Tape measures, celebrity photos, and mathematical equations are all a bit much if you ask us. We’re here to help you define your body type by keeping it simple. Instead of focusing on the archaic do’s and don’ts of dressing, we’ve focused on the value of flattering your body type with pieces that will become your body’s new best friends (if they aren’t acquaintances already). We like to think of these tips more as guidelines because let’s face it, life is too short to not break the rules once in a while.

The Apple Body Shape

You have a broader torso without a defined waistline, usually with a fuller bust.


Apple Outfit Ideas

Apple Body Shape: Work Outfit


A slightly oversized tunic sweater is the perfect middle ground between sleek and cozy. Try to avoid anything too baggy. We want to flaunt your figure, not hide it!

Ponte leggings are a simple and flattering foundation that keeps the look streamlined. The best part is, they provide the same comfort as the leggings you have set aside for off-duty days, but look elevated and polished for the office.


Apple Body Shape: Outfit Ideas


A relaxed-fit top skims over your middle while criss-cross details draw the eye up. Added interest along the neckline elevates a basic tee, so there’s no need to over-accessorize.

The structure of a chino balances looser tops and a pop of color accentuates your legs. Their relaxed fit makes them a comfortable alternative to a skinny jean or legging. Hello, wiggle room.


Your Body’s BFFs

• Relaxed tops & flowy tunics skim your silhouette without hiding your figure. Comfortable and flattering? Yes, please.

• A-line tops and dresses balance out your bust with your bottom half. If you’re opting for a dress, you can totally rock a mini, midi, or knee-length. Showing off your fabulous legs and killer shoes is a win-win in our books.

• A mid-thigh cardigan or duster jacket visually creates long lines and effortlessly elongates an apple body type.

• Open necklines like a v-neck or scoop draw attention to your face and provide the perfect opportunity to showcase a statement necklace.

• Vertical patterns naturally draw the eye up and down and, in turn, will lengthen your figure. Have fun with playful patterns and experiment with mixing and matching.

• A tunic paired with skinny jeans or leggings is a fail-proof combo on those what-to-wear days. Easy to dress up or down, these essential pieces can do no wrong.

• Bored with a standard skinny? Test out a pair with an asymmetrical hemline. They create interest along the hemline and add a fun element to your ensemble.

• Straight classic trousers or a chino are a great alternative to a skinny jean or legging. They look tailored and polished, all while feeling relaxed and comfortable.

• Pencil skirts hug your curves and show off your long limbs while creating the illusion that you’ve got legs for days.

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