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How to Dress #LikeAJetsetter

No matter where your travels take you in 2019, one thing's for certain: you'll be jetsetting in style. To ensure a fashion-forward year from New York to Tokyo, our editors put together six destination-based outfits for you below.

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Paris

For an outfit that’ll take you from nibbling croissants in the morning to mid-day museum hopping to an evening of wine and beyond, pack comfy block heels and a go-with-everything leather jacket. Add some color with a printed skirt, like the one by Alice + Olivia below, to keep the look light enough for daytime.

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Los Angeles

Embrace the characteristic cool-girl ethos of L.A. with the trendiest jeans on the market, a look-at-me snake-print top, and bold accessories that’ll serve as conversation starters at the most see-and-be-seen bars.

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New York City

New Yorkers may be infamous for wearing all black, but of-the-moment camo trousers and a glossy textured trench add a dose of excitement to the uniform.

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Tokyo

Balance fashion and function in Tokyo by adding sneakers and a weatherproof parka on top of a feminine blouse and versatile denim. We love the easy-breezy combination of the flowing top and oversized jacket below.

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London

Something about this horse-print dress just screams London charm. Add a light blue coat for a subtle pop of color and added warmth, and slide into brown booties to finish the look.

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Buenos Aires

For a sunny Buenos Aires getaway, flaunt your best resort-wear: think gauzy dresses, statement swimwear, and beachy straw accessories. And don’t forget sunscreen!

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