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Editor Obsessions

Be honest, here—who doesn't love to indulge in a little window shopping?

From time to time, it's fun to forget about your shopping budget and search for sky's-the-limit priced goodies. And that's exactly what we did this week, taking inspiration from model muse Cara Delevingne. To bring our finances back down to earth, we've also got our eyes on a timeless (and celeb-adored) key necklace.

In the beauty cabinet realm, our new favorite body scrub is a life saver on your skin. And last up, there's an ultra-comfy sweater on our minds that we just can't shake.

Now read on to check out all of our editors' obsessions!

Editor Obsessions

Mulberry + Cara Delevingne Mini Quilted Leather Backpack, $1,590
"Yesterday's Birkin news put celeb-named bags on my mind—so it's no wonder that while online window shopping (you know, my favorite pastime), Cara Delevingne's steel blue Mulberry backpack caught my eye…and captured my heart."—Nicole Adlman, Style Writer

Editor Obsessions

The Giving Keys Dainty Necklace, $45
"I am always utterly inspired by people who create their own company, and Caitlin Crosby is 100 percent my new hero. The Giving Keys' pendants and bracelets are so raw and charming and a perfect example of how fashion can be an awesome force for good!"—Jacqueline Lee, Photo Editor

Editor Obsessions

The Honest Co. Sea Salt + Sugar Body Scrub, $17
"I never thought any exfoliator could ever top Fresh's cult classic Brown Sugar Scrub, and then came this vanilla and lavender-scented godsend from The Honest Co. After using it my skin was, well, I don't want to say glowing, but something pretty close to that. Plus, my entire body was so supremely hydrated that I didn't have to apply lotion for two days. And yes, in case you're wondering: Of course it smells heavenly."Cinya Burton, Style Senior Editor

Editor Obsessions

Wildfox Baggy Beach Sweatshirt with Rainbow Malibu Print, $180
"This is hands down the softest, comfiest piece of clothing I've ever owned. I never want to take it off—save to wash it, of course. It may be just be July, but sweater weather has come early for me thanks to this little gem."—Lindsey Sirera, Style Assistant Editor