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Zigzag, zigBAG. Into it, Kuu. —erica

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Next Level: Mesh

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Brace yourself for the punniness ahead: These four pieces will have you looking like one hot mesh. —erica

LEVEL I: Just a sliver of see-through makes these Rebecca Minkoff loafers look a whole love more interesting.

LEVEL II: It’s like the strapless dress that you never have to hoist up, c/o Elizabeth and James.

LEVEL III: Thanks to this Steven Alan purse, you’ll know if you have your phone without even opening your bag.

LEVEL IV: Not only do the sleeves on this Jonathan Simkhai jumpsuit look fly, but they also allow for some serious air circulation. 

All the “Next Level” you can eat handle!

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In Character: Mrs. Euphengenia Doubtfire

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Mrs. Doubtfire is a hilarious and wonderful movie—and not just when you watch it (over and over on VHS) as a 10 year old. Here, how to follow Kim K.’s lead and mimic the namesake character’s look. —erica

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A shirt, by MSGM, that might catch fire when she leans over the stove.

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A Sophie Hulme bag that is decidedly grown-up and dependable—just like this dad in drag.

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Suno's loud floral blazer, worn with a matching dress, that looks even kookier next to Pierce Brosnan in his swim trunks.

It’s “In Character” madness over here!

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Weather Vain: Chicago, Illinois - 44 With a Chance of Rain

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+ An Each x Other trench as white as the tablecloths at Pearl Tavern.

+ Ah, these Dieppa Restrepo loafers! The color of some GT Fish & Oyster king crab legs.

+ The perfect, easy-fitting black silk pants c/o Raquel Allegra.

+ A Carven shirt just crisp and business-y enough for the West Loop.

+ What do you know: a two-finger ring, from K/LLER, that’s actually a breeze to wear.

+ A Jenni Kayne blazer in Cubs colors—cause it’s officially that time of year, guys.

+ Shoulder bags—not great for layers. A backpack like this Jerome Dreyfuss one—a whole lot better.

+ This Orly Genger by Jaclyn Mayer bracelet = just weird enough for the out-there cocktails from Aviary

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Of a Kind

This tote, from Muun, smirks at the sight of basic, aggressively cute straw bags. —erica

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Morus Backpack by Skinny Vinny for Of a Kind

BUY / 60 of a kind / $160

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Anza Clutch by Louise Goods for Of a Kind

BUY / 50 of a kind / $153

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Oh, that ain’t tweed on this MSGM bag. It’s recycled paper. —erica

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Cobalt Leather Wedge Wristlet by Otaat / Myers Collective

BUY / 60 of a kind / $80

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In Character: Catherine Boyd

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So get this: Not only was Albert Einstein a groundbreaking theoretical physicist, but he was also a matchmaker (equally impressive, no?). At least that’s what the 1994 movie I.Q. would have you believe. And you know what? I’m sold. Not just because his niece (played by Meg Ryan) looks freaking adorable—and smart!—in every scene, either. —ericaimage

A Mansur Gavriel bag, for carrying around her own mathematics research.

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A dress from Lela Rose, for watching Boyd’s comet from a convertible.

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Marais USA shoes that are sensible but chic—Nathan Liebknecht, Boris Podolsky, and Kurt Godel would love them.

More “In Character” action to be had right here.

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