Editors' Obsessions

Ever spotted something so cute on Instagram you just had to have it? Well, that's exactly what happened to us this week.

While perusing Insta, we happened upon—excuse the superlative—the greatest wetsuit of all time. Truthfully it's jaw-dropping good, and just upped our swimwear collection to the next level.

If you're not ready to say sayonara to summer florals just yet (or ever), you might not have to with this new fall-approved skirt.  And to wear the skirt, you'll have to sport a pair of equally elegant heels, right? Plus, we've settled on a Turkish rose-infused scent that'll be the perfect final touch to your daily beauty routine.

Now c'mon folks—scroll down and check out our obsessions this week!

Editors' Obsessions

Cynthia Rowley Colorblock Wetsuit in Blue Combo, $210
"I'm not one to make grand statements (okay, I totally am) but this is the prettiest wetsuit ever! When I saw it on Cynthia Rowley's Instagram—I knew I had to have it. Sure, I'm struggling to re-learn surfing but at least I look awesome doing it!" —Cinya Burton, Style Senior Editor

Editors' Obsessions

Oasis V & A Kilburn Pencil Skirt, $77
"We've been talking about "Winter Florals" all week here in the E! fashion office, so when the Victorian botanical print collection from the V&A fell into my email box, it was a sign from the universe that I should be shopping it. I'm obsessing over the Kilburn pencil skirt, which I'll be pairing with a pink crop for summer, and a delicious body hugging cashmere polo neck when winter finally comes." —Jacqueline Lee, Photo Editor

Editors' Obsessions

Steven by Steve Madden Apple Perforated Pumps, $70
"Today, I'm officially a grownup. Why? Because I just purchased my first pair of point, closed-toed heels. I eyed these beauties at Saks Off Fifth last night and before I knew anything else they were in my bag at the register. Also, I'm really loving perforated detail for fall, which just makes these shoes even better."—Lindsey Sirera, Style Assistant Editor 

Editors' Obsessions

Atelier Cologne Rose Anonyme (30 ml), $85
"I'm somewhat a creature of habit when it comes to scent: I go for headier fragrances with bright notes at the top, which is exactly what I found in Atelier Cologne's Rose Anonyme perfume. The delicious mix of Calabrian bergamot, Chinese ginger and Turkish rose make for an exotic—and addictive—summer scent."—Nicole Adlman, Style Writer

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