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How to Dress Like an Editor

While the collections gave us an inkling as to what will be on our wardrobe wish lists come spring, it was what the editor's were wearing outside of the tents, that gave us some inspiration as to what we'll want to be wearing this season. And it really made us want to shop. So, without further ado, click through to see six of our favorite editor outfits from NYFW--and how you can recreate them.

This weekend we finally had a chance to fully process all the amazing clothes we saw--both on and

The Inspiration: Miroslava Duma (pictured), Elena Perminova (pictured)

The Formula: Quirky printed top + Destroyed denim shorts + Edgy necklaces + colorful bag = Young, fun, downtown cool; Opening Ceremony personified.

The Goods:

The Inspiration: All the Vogue Paris editors, especially Emmanuelle Alt and Geraldine Saglio

The Formula: Skinny jeans + loose tee or tank + biker jacket or sharp tuxedo jacket = French insouciance

The Goods:

The Inspiration: Carine Roitfeld (pictured)

The Formula: Pencil skirt in unexpected texture + Classic top + Smudged Eyeliner + Men's watch + Strappy statement heels = Sexy, sophisticated and oh-so French.

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The Goods:

The Inspiration: Mary Kate Steinmiller, Leandra Medine

The Formula: Feminine blouse + Form-fitting pencil skirt + Supreme hat + Chunky wedge = Ladylike with a sporty, streetwear twist.

The Goods:

The Inspiration: Leaf Greener (pictured), Susie Bubble

The Formula: Printed pants + Matching printed top + Statement Necklace + Neutral, ladylike cross-body bag + Neutral platforms = Quirky and polished tomboy.

The Goods:

The Inspiration: Natalie Joos, Shala Monroque

The Formula: Quirky, embellished sunglasses + Semi-sheer dress + Neon bra + Matching neon heels = Saucy (neon peekaboo bra) meets sweet (girlie frock)

The Goods: ASOS cat eye, $35; Le Mont St. Michel dress, $339; Charlotte Russe bra, $8; Stuart Weitzman shoes, $139.