9 Style Lessons From NYC's Coolest Fashion Editors

Sure, we turn to our favourite celebs for primo style advice. But it's also the industry's fashion editors who serve up those cool, forward-feeling ensembles. While actually pulling off these high-concept looks in your everyday life may seem daunting, it's actually pretty easy if you take note of the quick tips that make the pros' particularly stylish.

Below, we're highlighting nine style lessons to learn from some of NYC's coolest fashion editors from places like Glamour, Vogue, and Nylon.

Keep scrolling to make these looks your own this season!

1. Wear one really strong print and incorporate neutrals to make the pattern pop even more.

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Adam Katz Sinding of Le 21ème

Joanna Hillman, style director, Harper's Bazaar

2. Tuck in your skinnies to highlight your cool ankle boots.

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The Urban Spotter

Selby Drummond, senior accessories editor, Vogue

3. Sneakers work best with unexpected pieces like a flirty gown.

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The Urban Spotter

Zanna Roberts Rassi, senior fashion editor, Marie Claire

4. Draping your jacket makes your ensemble instantly cooler.

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Style Du Monde

Shiona Turini, editor and consultant

5. A graphic, statement-making dress doesn't call for excessive accessories.

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Gastro Chic

Marina Larroude, fashion director, Teen Vogue

6. The half-tuck makes your outfit feel put-together in a not-trying-so-hard way.

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Candice Lake

Melissa Ventosa Martin, market director, Self

7. A boxy moto jacket adds edge to any ensemble.

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Adam Katz Sinding of Le 21ème

Preetma Singh, market director, Nylon

8. There's no such thing as too much leopard.

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Style Du Monde

Jane Keltner de Valle, fashion news director, Glamour

9. All black works best (and isn't boring!) with interesting pieces like a fringed skirt.

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Adam Katz Sinding of Le 21ème

Amanda Weiner, senior accessories editor, Harper's Bazaar

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What's your favourite styling trick? Let us know in the comments below!