Couple Up: Johnny Depp and Kate Moss

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If it was possible for us to do a reader poll in this space, we’d have to ask who you <3 <3 <3 more, Johnny and Kate or Johnny and Winona? Tough decisions, these. A look at the former pairing’s style, while you ponder. —erica

Johnny Depp: A yellow-and-black knit cap from Eugenia Kim, a no-nonsense leather jacket by Scotch & Soda, and an Apolis gingham shirt.

Kate Moss: Simple-but-cool Lauren Wolf studs, a pretty major LBD from Motel, and a wide belt c/o Alice + Olivia.

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This belt, a collab between Askov Finlayson and Smathers & Branson, wants to do more than just hold up some pants. It wants to shine. —erica

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Christine Alcalay delivers a color combo I never would have come up with on my own: rust and red. —erica

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Couple Up: Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner

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In 2009—before T.Swift’s relationships became an awards-show punchline—the world gave us TAYLOR SQUARED. It’s probably safe to assume that 37,235 Tumblrs were started to pay tribute to the two, who co-starred in Valentine’s Day (timely-ish, no?). Here’s what their romance looked like. —erica

Taylor Swift: A sparkly Jenny Packham belt, a white Issa halter dress, and dangly Blanca Monrós Gómez earrings.

Taylor Lautner: A moto jacket from BLK DNM, an Everlane tee, and black Kelly Cole jeans.

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From Cause and Effect: A belt that’s pretty much guaranteed to not match your shoes. —erica

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Couple Up: Britney and Justin

Because sometimes a relationship dies but its style lives on.

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The image of Britney and Justin in their denim-on-denim-on-denim-on-denim ensembles is burned into my brain—and it can’t be just me. Let’s pay tribute to the couples costumes outfits they wore to the 2001 American Music Awards, shall we? (Also: How was this only in 2001?!) —erica

Brit: A glitzy Fallon choker, an Acne denim dress with some frayed action, and a Lady Grey chain belt.

JT: An Alain denim blazer, patchwork Kenzo jeans, and A.J. Morgan sunglasses…at night. 

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Check out the straight-up SCHNAZZY green buckle on this Oliver Spencer belt. —erica

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Styling tip from the line Achtland: Spice up a metallic dress with a poppy belt. —erica

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In Character: Violet Beauregarde

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Obviously when you watch Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, you cheer for Charlie. But if he hadn’t gotten a golden ticket? I would have been rooting for Violet. Here, how to copy her look (before she had to be sent to the Juicing Room). —erica

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A sailor-inspired Labour of Love getup in a foreshadowing color.

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A bright red Carven belt—as attention-grabbing as her record-breaking gum-chewing.

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A fitted blue Isabel Marant jacket that Miss Cornelia Prince Medal back in Miles City, Montana, would have been toootally jealous of.

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In Character: Princess Buttercup

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You can’t watch The Princess Bride and not feel better—just ask Kevin Arnold (ok, Fred Savage). There’s all the “as you wish”-ing, the only mostly dead business, the wonderfulness of Andre the Giant. And then there’s just the fact that Robin Wright looks pretty freakin’ awesome in every scene. Is it weird to want her pre-Humperdinck hair, like, ASAP? —erica

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A Wood Wood dress, worn pinafore-style, for a day of bossing around Farm Boy.

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A dress as red as that bloody, gnarly R.O.U.S. (from the always-polished Issa).

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An ornate Suzi Roher belt that makes her a prime target for that conspiring Vizzini.

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