The Wall Street Journal recently stopped by to shoot some of our staffers for "Work Wear: Style in the Office," an ongoing series that has previously featured the American Museum of Natural History, Simon & Schuster, Rent the Runway, and Richard Meier & Partners Architects.
We don't have a hard and fast office dress code at Details, and as the WSJ observed, "choices vary based on position." But one look that's consistent office-wide is jeans—as long as the fit is right. Click through the slideshow to read everyone's commentary, from editor-in-chief Dan Peres's jab at "mom jeans" to style director Eugene Tong's tirade against ill-fitting suits.
—Perrin Drumm (@perrindrumm), associate web editor at Details