In Character: Puss in Boots

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Personalities deserving of their spinoffs: Lauren Conrad, Wolverine, Flavor Flav, and Puss in Boots. I mean, that cool cat obviously knows how to accessorize. —erica

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A Janessa Leone hat that can be clutched to sell that whole I’m-just-a-sweet-kitty act.

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An Isabel Marant belt, ready to hold a sword that’s almost as big as he is.

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Over-the-knee boots from Alexander Wang that Donkey’s likely jealous of.

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I never can decide how I feel like boots during summer months, but these Humanoid ones seem worth a shot. —erica

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In Character: Olive Oyl

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Ok, get this: Did you know that Olive Oyl has been around longer than Popeye? She made her first appearance in 1919, and he didn’t come into being for another decade—and which point, he did his best to steal the spotlight. Well, here’s to you, Olive, and those ginormous feet of yours. —erica

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A red-and-white J.W. Anderson sweater that’s as wholesome as a can of spinach.

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A Victoria Beckham skirt with a hit of yellow that would really catch Bluto’s eye.

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Flat N.D.C. boots—because who wants to carry around Swee’Pea in heels?

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In Character: Randy Taylor

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Roster of nineties Tiger Beat heartthrobs: Joey Lawrence, Luke Perry, Devon Sawa, and little, chubby-cheeked Jonathan Taylor Thomas, who, on Home Improvement, played the middle son of a man who grunted to express emotion. Still got a soft spot for JTT? Well, then, you can hang this in your locker cubicle. —erica

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A sleeveless plaid shirt—from Thom Browne—worn like a jacket for reasons still unknown.

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Frame overalls that Brad probably made fun of.

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Diemme boots ready to hang on the set of Tool Time with Al.

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Track Star: Frankie Rose

The Vibe: Frankie Rose has been in just about every girl-group you’ve loved in the past couple of years—Crystal Stilts, Vivian Girls, and Dum Dum Girls. And she really shines on her solo album Interstellar, which is full of space-pop beats and her breathy vocals. She’s got a style that’s soft, mysterious, and full of black silk; it plays well with her dark hair and blood-red lips.

The One-Song Intro: “Know Me”

The Look, Recreated: This floral neoprene bodysuit from Shakuhachi, these coated jeans by April 77, these Dieppa Restrepo sleek all-black booties, and this Tucker black kimono dress. maitri mehta

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These Rachel Comey guys aren’t actually rain boots, but they look like they could handle some serious puddle-hopping, huh? —erica

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In Character: Dr. Emma Russell

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I’ve got Russia on the brain—yah, for really obvious reasons—which made me think of re-watch the 1997 movie The Saint. It might not be a classic exactly, but Wikipedia says it has a cult following…which is good enough for me. And who says no to Elisabeth Shue, like, ever? —erica

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A soon-to-be-bloodied Equipment shirt, to explain all of that cold fusion mumbo-jumbo.

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Jeffrey Campbell boots for running away from the sort of mafia-type who wields a silver-handled cane.

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A Thakoon Addition coat, for tracking down Simon Templar, Thomas More, or whoever he is.

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Not sure that these Degen guys handle as well as duck boots in the snow, but, man, do I appreciate the sentiment. —erica

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Weather Vain: Cincinnati, Ohio - 14 and Mostly Cloudy

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Man, it’s cold today in Cincy. So bundle up—and try not to let the chill hold you back. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ A winter coat—from Suno—that’s more sleek than it is snowman.

+ A Baggu tote that coordinates with Metropole's seared radishes and  baked cranberry beans.

+ Knee-high boots, from Cynthia Vincent, for stomping around Over-the-Rhine.

+ A Eugenia Kim hat that shields as much of your noggin as possible.

+ An Isabel Marant sweater, ideal for cozying up for a movie at Esquire Theatre.

+ J Brand jeans that are laid-back (and worn-in) enough for a visit to Rhinegeist Brewery

+ A Jennie Kwon ring that won’t get in the way of any of your frigid-weather gear.

+ Acne gloves that would look great wrapped around a macchiato from Collective Espresso.

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Track Star: Victoria Legrand of Beach House

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The Vibe: If Sirens were around today, Beach House’s Victoria Legrand would be the head of their gang: Her voice is echoey and supernatural, and her style has a certain hard-to-pin-down allure, too.

The One-Song Intro: “Lazuli”

The Look, Recreated: This patterned jacket by Mara Hoffman, this checked dress from Rag & Bone, a delicate braided cuff from My Eagle Scout, and these Acne pony hair booties.

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