Anna Wood is the fashion and lifestyle blogger behind the blog Her Editorial, a blog that began as an inspiration board but eventually gravitated towards Anna’s personal style. Based between New York and Cincinnati, Anna is constantly on the go seeking pretty alleyways and the best coffee shops. Wearing her signature classic and edgy style, Anna’s blog focus’ on mixing high-low items, mostly in neutral colors. For more about Anna, visit her blog, Facebook, and Instagram. Plus, shop her must-haves for this summer below!
- Cult Gaia Small Gaia’s Ark in Black, $112
- Reformation Leanna Dress, $218
- Reformation Carina Dress, $248
- Mango Intertwined Hoop Earrings, $7
- Anine Bing Linen Tank Top, $69
- Givenchy 50mm Round Sunglasses, $395
- Anine Bing Striped Reversible Bikini Top, $89
- Ouai Wave Spray, $12
- Nars The Multiple Stick, $39
- Topshop Adele Bow Flat Mule, $45
- Brittany Wallace of The Britt Kit
- Ashley Kane of Brunch on Chestnut
- Adelina Perrin of The Charming Olive
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