Couple Up: January Jones and Ashton Kutcher

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What are these two most remembered for? The fact that he told her she should probably stick to modeling. Oof. But, they were so young! Just look and their toothy smiles, their fresh faces, and their outfits. —erica

January Jones: A fancy little Ben-Amun bobby pin, a jacquard Kenzo dress, and a thin Demylee cardigan.

Ashton Kutcher: A rumpled Save Khaki oxford, a tweed blazer from Steven Alan, and some Yuvi man jewelry.

More duos past their expiration date over here…

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Blue Metallic Cardigan by Ivory Row for Of a Kind

BUY / 24 of a kind / $240

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In Character: Jeanette ‘Jasmine’ Francis

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Gearing up for the Oscar noms on Thursday? I’ll betcha Cate Blanchett is too. Here’s how she rocked the role of fallen Park Avenue princess. —erica

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Wwake earrings from a former, pre-Ponzi life.

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An Issa cardigan that pushes the idea that she’s keeping it together, despite all that pill-popping.

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The sort of Mansur Gavriel bag that does not brag about its pedigree.

More fictional fashion icons right this way…

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In Character: Anna Scott

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When Notting Hill hit theaters, it seemed kind of shocking that it was the first time we were seeing Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts together. I mean, HOW?! They were, like, the romantic-comedians of the nineties, and we finally got to see them side-by-side just before the decade ran out. Here’s how J.R. sold herself as big-deal—but totally relatable!—movie star. —erica

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An Opening Ceremony jacket with a little Mandarin collar that exudes a sort of laid-back cool to win over a dinner party full of Brits.

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A Bop Basics hat, ideal for the actress hiding from a naked-photo scandal.

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A House of Holland cardigan that would totally seduce the owner of a travel bookstore. 

"In Character" galore!

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Ahh, a cardigan, from Ann Yee, that requires no pants. (Well, that’s assuming you keep it zipped.) —erica

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In Character: Julia Sullivan (Gulia?)

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Do you think Adam Sandler was at his heartwarming-est as Robbie Hart in The Wedding Singer? I do. (« nuptial pun.) And that probably has a lot to do with his so-endearing love interest, as played by Drew Barrymore. Here’s what she wore, in addition to an almost-too-adorable flippy ‘do. —erica

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A flower-accented Christopher Kane cardigan that looks a little funny climbing out of a DeLorean.

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A silver Giles & Brother choker—because 1985.

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A polka-dot Rebecca Taylor dress that says "I Wanna Grow Old With You."

"In Character" heaven, right here.

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A sweatshirt-cardigan? Is that, like, a thing? Aw, who cares. Reigning Champ is bringing on the coze. —erica

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Because apparently Rachel Comey is of the mind that you don’t need to choose between cozy and flashy. This is some sweater sweetness. —erica

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And you thought cardigans were boring: Wear this Rodebjer one open and drapey or closed and tunic-like. Killa. —erica

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This might just be the least boring cardigan in the history of cardigans. And we have Creatures of the Wind (via J.Crew) to thank. —erica

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