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Welcome back to Editor's Essentials, a new Wednesday feature in which editors from around the Racked network discuss their all-time best buys.
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- Izzy Grinspan, Racked editorial director: "I bought this cropped army jacket from Zara ($60) recently. It's unstructure
- Leslie Price, Racked National editor: "About three years ago, I went to the Current/Eliott sample sale in LA and picked up an oversize top that's a cross between a denim jacket and a button-down shirt. The loo
- Kenzie Bryant, Racked National senior editor: "I was lured into a Gap by super sale signs a couple weekends ago and found this incredibly versatile
- Nicola Fumo, Racked market editor: "I like Cheap Monday's open-knit crop sweaters because they breathe while still being substantial, and don't totally shroud the outfit beneath. I got the Nikki sweater (left,
- Jenny Berg, Racked Chicago editor: "Anthroplogie is a great resource for easy, ladylike jackets. I love
- Anna Caplan, Racked Dallas editor:: "I just bought two different colors in this Free People military-style j
- Natalie Alcala, Racked Los Angeles editor: "Joie makes the perfect paper-thin knits. I swear by the cream Avici sweater (no relation t
- "I also have a stack of Rails flannels (Hunter, pictured, $128) in a variety of colorways that are great for grabbing and going when there's a slight breeze outside. I love that th
This week, we're navigating between seasons with our favorite transitional layers. These are the versatile, easy throw-ons we pack for days that begin with crisp mornings, become sweltering afternoons, and dip back down to brisk temps by sundown. Super lightweight jackets, the perfect denim shirt, and the flannels that are actually flattering await, after the jump.