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- Veronica Gledhill, Senior Market Editor: "That's a really hard question to ask a market editor, but for everything, I'd say Zara. For quality along with price, and being on trend, you can't get better.
- Isabel Wilkinson, Senior Editor: "Recently, Opening Ceremony, Reformation, and Dover Street Market, to look, because it's basically a museum."
- Molly Fischer, Associate Editor: "I can browse at Bird forever—and do—but that's mostly just for sale stuff and splurges. As actual, normal shopping goes, I usually have good luck with the sweaters, scarves, and boots at various second-hand stores
- Kat Stoeffel, Associate Editor: "I really like American Two Shot. Every time I go in there, I reconsider all my previous life choices.
- Allison P. Davis, Blogger: "There's this little store in Fort Greene, French Garment Cleaners. It's super-easy and they have all these great brands I love."
- Maggie Lange, Blogger: "Here, I like Beacon's Closet. That's where I get most of my stuff. Most is from Uniqlo-ish brands, simple and plain, and the exciting stuff is from random places."
Our sister site recently visited New York Magazine to hang out with the ladies behind The Cut, the blog focused on fashion, women's issues, and more fashion—which they definitely have covered, based on their collective office wardrobe.
Click through the gallery above to see where they're shopping around the city, and check out the link below for outfit details, regrettable purchases, and the craziest things they've done in the name of a story.
· See What the Editors of Fashion Blog The Cut Wear to Work [Racked]