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These Proud Mary raffia wedges + ankle-skimming jeans + an indigo-dyed tee = monochrome MADNESS. —erica

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Somehow, tiring of the chill in the air does NOT equal cool-coat fatigue. This cobalt beaut is courtesy of Yune Ho's inaugural collection. —erica

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Next Level: Red and Blue

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While red and blue can be plenty patriotic, they don’t have to be. Here, four ways to embrace the combo without looking like you’re wearing the designs of Betsy Ross. —erica

LEVEL I: This Holst + Lee necklace plus and white button-down and jeans equals throwback Lauren Hutton.

LEVEL II: Good luck losing this way-bright Rebecca Minkoff bag in a cab.

LEVEL III: The pattern may be bold, but everything else about this Tucker dress is so simple and preeeeetty.

LEVEL IV: Yah, yah—Isabel Marant is the queen of the fashion high-top. But this pair has an old-school, minimalist vibe that makes them a real standout.

So much more “Next Level” thisaway!

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Fastest way to spice up yo’ business cards: Get all ostrich-y with Eayrslee. —erica

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It seems a little tricky, but at the end of the day, you know as well as I do that this so-classic Whit coat would go with everything you own. —erica

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Next Level: Blue on Blue

We’re totally into black and blue. And red and blue. But really, right now, we’re seriously hot for intermingling shades of blue. Here, four ways to work ‘em. —erica

LEVEL I: Navy canvas and denim-y leather? Mmm, Waste(Twice), this bag nails it.

LEVEL II: Yes, even your underpants can get in on the fun, per VPL.

LEVEL III: This skirt serves up some work-approp color-blocking if we ever saw it. From The Row!

LEVEL IV: THESE HUES. So good! Boy. by Band of Outsiders adds a little quirk to this shirtdress with a cartoonish dog motif (that’s somehow totally grown-up).

More four-parters! Right here!

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Next Level: Dipped in Blue

It feels like I’ve been running into blue-tipped things left and right these days, and you know what? I’m sweating it—especially when the starting point is canvas-white. Here are four ways to dip your toe (or torso!) into the look. —erica

LEVEL I: Your mom would love this Girl. by Band of Outsiders lace top. She wouldn’t even complain that the cut’s a bit boxy.

LEVEL II: Wren is the master of sweet-but-cool, as demonstrated by this dress. There’s a cutout in back that pushes things further.

LEVEL III: Somehow, the dipped calfs tone down these Rich & Skinny jeans.

LEVEL IV: Do you need a blue-and-white short-sleeve blazer? Ok, prolly not. But this J. JS Lee jacket makes a hard sell.

More micro trends in four courses can be had here.

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I am of the opinion that blue suede shoes should be an essential, right up there with nude pumps and black ballet flats. And, with their supa-sleek cut, this pair from The Horse would get boatloads of play. —erica

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Next Level: Blue Leather Accessories

Over here at Of a Kind HQ, we think blue is a neutral. Come on: Jeans are, so why shouldn’t everything else that hue be?! To make our case, I’ve rounded up some of the best, coolest men’s accessories in blue leather—there should be something here for you no matter your style. —erica

LEVEL I: Navy boots! Why didn’t we think of this? Thankfully, Oak Street Bookmakers did.

LEVEL II: This Maxx & Unicorn wallet (special for Of a Kind) ages as well as Japanese denim.

LEVEL III: Carry your laptop in this WANT Les Essentiels case, and people will start offering to buy drinks at the airport lounge.

LEVEL IV: What makes this Tateossian bracelet is that you’d expect it to be colored or leather but not both.

Consume more “Next Level” over here.

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