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Chinti and Parker's got the perfect V-day sweater—with no pink or red in sight. —erica

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Star-Crossed: Stripey, Raglan Radness

Girl: Chinti and Parker sweater dress

Boy: Boast pullover

More “Star-Crossed” action! Right here!

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Next Level: Sweater Dresses

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It’s SWEATER WEATHER—at least some days! Here’s how to celebrate while you can still work a bare leg. (Yes, yes—they all work when those annoying tights come out of hibernation, too.) —erica

LEVEL I: Chinti and Parker goes classic…and cashmere. 

LEVEL II: Zip pockets give this YMC sitch some easy-to-pull-off edge.

LEVEL III: I should not love the leather buckle on the neck of this 3.1 Phillip Lim guy half as much as I do.

LEVEL IV: Opening Ceremony: Never afraid to go a little crazy. But so cute with Supergas—maybe even velvet ones?!

There’s lots more where this came from!

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WELL. Here’s a way to mix up your stripe game, c/o the Chinti and Parker whizzes. —erica

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Star-Crossed: Contrast-Pocket Tees

Girl: Chinti and Parker top

Boy: Folk T-shirt

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Weather Vain: Jackson, Wyoming - 28 and Snowy

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It’s a good day to make your way up East Ridge Lift. Here, the sort of getup that does well with après-ski cocoa/cocktails. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ A Chinti and Parker flannel shirt as cozy as the breakfast at The Bunnery.

+ Winifred Grace's Pegasus cuff—useful for spotting constellations in the night sky.

+ A Hache shearling coat that plays well with the warm woods at Snake River Grill.

+ The sort of Rag & Bone denim vest that feels classically Western—and cool no matter where you are.

+ A Eugenia Kim turband—’cause it’s COLD.

+ Sperry guys that will feel luxurious when you yank off your snow boots.

+ Etoile Isabel Marant cords as fun (and French?) as a day on Rendezvous Mountain.

+ A Tila March bag that’s as carefully crafted as some Brown Derby booziness from The Rose.

For more location-inspired dressing, head this way.

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Weather Vain: Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 77 and Partly Cloudy

There’s something pretty exciting about summer on the Great Lakes—breezes and boat rides and all that jazz. And today in the biggest city in the cheesiest state (sorry, Vermont)? Well, it’s downright lovely—especially if the sun shows up. Here’s what to wear if you’re there. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ A greenest-green tank from Otte—it fits like your most basic tee but feels a lot more special. 

+ The so-good ring Silva/Bradshaw made for Of a Kind is as sleek as the Calatrava-designed art museum.

+ With its pops of color, this Lizzie Fortunato clutch is so fresh—pair it with a few apps at Sanford, and you’re set.

+ Rebecca Minkoff glasses—blue like Lake Michigan on the clearest day.

+ Neutral stripes! What’s not to like about this lil’ Chinti and Parker number that you’ll wear at least once a week?

+ Even if you’re not a metallic-lover, the simplicity of these N.D.C. sandals really sells the gold tone.

Oh, yes: There’s more “Weather Vain” to be had. Go on now.

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Next Level: Drawstring Pants

The hotter it gets, the less you want to have some stiff waistband rubbing up against your skin. The solution: a drawstring situation with some give. And we’re not talking a slimmed-down sweat pant you wear for a coffee run—I think we’re meant to call those Saturday pants now?—but rather something you can wear to the office…or at least a drinks outing. Here are four pairs to tie on (loosely!) now. —erica

LEVEL I: Think of this Chinti and Parker pair as a jean stand-ins, and wear ‘em with your most graphic footwear.

LEVEL II: Snakeskin’s easy when it’s in neutrals. Just top these Elizabeth and James guys with a white or black top, and you’s set.

LEVEL III: Leave it to Rachel Roy to do a drawstring that can handle a board meeting. The creased, cropped cut—and rusty orange color—are chic to the nth.

LEVEL IV: Yes, this Clover Canyon pattern is a little wild, but look at it this way: Since there are so many hues in the mix, you no doubt already own something that would mesh perfectly.

More “Next Level!” Get to it!

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The cousins behind Chinti and Parker are all about transparency: The clothes they make aren’t see-through or anything, but each peice comes with a tag that IDs its eco-friendly traits (organic, fair-trade, carbon-neutral, made in the E.U.). —erica

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