We’re almost entering 2015! This year, my New Year’s resolution is to spend more time with family and take more time off to vacation. After a hectic 2014, I’m looking forward to some R&R. To kick off 2015 and say goodbye to 2014, here are a few resolutions from some of our favorite people at Vogue who have kept us all in the know for the year. -A.

Nick Remsen (Contributor/Fashion Writer)

“Asking (begging?) the Proenza guys to make their pre-fall 2015 shaggy shearling coat in my/a man’s size.”

 

Catherine Piercy (Vogue.com Beauty Director)

“Stop buying everything in black, or a variation of black (see charcoal, navy, or petrol). I have dreams of a pastel blue winter coat and lots of print and color!”

 

Christina Liao (Vogue.com Senior Producer)

“[I’ve] fallen into a slump of dark skinny jeans paired with a black American Apparel T-shirt. It’s time to kick my butt into gear (in more ways than one) and don those A-line skirts once more.”

 

Rickie de Sole (Vogue Contributor)

“Stick to my shape. I know I love an A-line dress-when I dig into my closet, nine out of ten that is what I put on day after day. My resolution is to buy more of what I actually wear and less of what I like in theory (in my head, where U a five inches taller than I actually am).”

 

Alex Frank (Vogue.com Deputy Culture Editor)

“I am only buying quality items in 2015, no more cheapies.”

 

Chioma Nnadi (Vogue.com Fashion News Director)

“It only took me 28 years to realize this, butΒ  if I buy a few nice things that cost more, it evens out to the same price of buying loads and loads of inexpensive stuff that is always in need of replacement.”

 

MacKenzie Wagoner (Vogue.com Beauty Editor)

“Invest in more heels. Become a grown-up.”

 

Kelly Connor (Vogue.com Market Editor & Vogue Denim Editor)

“To get rid of all the high heels in my closet that have been collecting dust over the past year or two. They are neither decorative (size 41 shoes never seen to be!) nor useful to me anymore. Make way for more of my beloved sneakers, loafers, and boots!”

 

Susan Gordon (Contributor)

“Wear high heels. I’m tall (five foot ten) so even a two-inch heel makes me at least four inches taller (things work differently after five foot eight). I plan to start with a vintage pair of forties style Pradas with three-inch heels that have been sitting in my closet, waiting for 2015.”

 

Chloe Malle (Contributor)

“Determined to find a way to make evening flats appropriate even when you’re five foot three!”

 

Maria Ward (Contributor)

“To stop being a fashion hoarder-New York City apartments aren’t big enough for such a bad habit! What started as an overflowing wardrobe and overstuffed dresser has expanded over time into an all-in-one apartment/closet fusion.”

 

Emma Elwick-Bates (Contributor)

“To actually partake in the sport, rather than just shopping for it. I have a weakeness for all things equestrian, and since moving to New York, my tweed hacking jacket and new riding boots are suspiciously mud-free.”

 

Laird Borelli Persson (Vogue.com Archive Editor)

“My resolution is to find a way to wear a pedometer or step-tracking bracelet with any kind of flair.”

 

Edward Barsamian (Vogue.com Contributing Style Editor)

“Every year I make the same resolution-to shop less. And usually in the lead-up to the year’s end is when I go a little crazy, as I feel like it’s my last chance to get everything in, before I vow to change my ways forever.”