Samantha Sutton

Samantha Sutton

Samantha Sutton is the Senior Fashion Editor for InStyle.com, overseeing all fashion coverage on the site. She loves playing dress up, discovering new (and old) trends, pretend house hunting, and relaxing with her dog, Poppy, who she sometimes pushes around in a stroller. Sam is originally from Staten Island and once had a pouf. Follow her on Instagram (@samanthasutton) and TikTok (@samanthajsutton) if you don’t mind selfies or styling videos.
From monochromatic to mini skirts, these looks left us feeling inspired.
From day to night, for any type of dress code, this slightly risky style has become my go-to.
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They may not be the warmest tights option, but everyone is wearing them again.
These quick GIFs will show you drape, knot, and twist winter's favorite accessory like a pro.
InStyle spoke to the model about this new partnership, as well as her holiday plans and winter outfit ideas.
InStyle spoke with costume designer Odile Dicks-Mireaux to find out how the film's looks came to be — including that iconic peach dress.
Pants that turn into shorts, removable turtlenecks — the cutest clothes are secretly 2-in-1.
Maximalist color combos may be trending, but this is a classic for a reason.
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Does she have a cozy-wardrobe clause on all of her contracts, or what?
From Dooney & Bourke to dELiA*s, these old favorites bring me joy. I basically had to find them and buy them again.
Sexy, over-the-top, kind of questionable — I'm finally dressing the way my childhood self always dreamed I would.
They've become essential to my wardrobe this season, and I don't think they're going anywhere anytime soon.
The most standout styles of the season are actually items you can start wearing now.
Nothing's scarier than thinking about this trend being resurrected.
InStyle has an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the accompanying campaign, and the actress tells us how her relationship has influenced her style.
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If you own a black dress, a button-down, or some sweatpants, you're set.
Puff sleeves, floral embellishments, extra-long trains — Fall 2022's collections are so whimsical and fun, it's impossible to pick a favorite.