As much as I love a good online shopping spree, the reality is that it’s impossible to know how something will look IRL. Will it fit the way I want it to? Is the color actually what’s shown on the model? What does the fabric feel like? These are just some of the concerns that start to swirl in my head when my finger is hovering over the order button. Since I know I’m not the only one who prefers to sift through reviews and customer photos before making a purchase, I gathered my fellow editors and WWW staffers for our own version of a try-on haul: Who What Wear Collection edition.
Since our namesake line was dreamed up by our editors and staffers, we thought it only fitting to try on the newest pieces from our latest drop ourselves and give you our first-person reviews. The latest drop features plenty of stunning knits, eye-catching dresses, and a few trendy basics that we figured you might be on the hunt for ahead of fall because we couldn’t wait to get our hands on them ourselves. A handful of editors and multiple racks of samples later, the results are in, and—spoiler—there were plenty of winners.
Ahead, see the evidence of our team’s collective try-on haul, including how we’re styling the new pieces, our notes on the fit and standout details, and, of course, how you can shop it all.
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