Track Star: Lianne La Havas

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The Vibe: Lianne La Havas once described her own style as a cross between Annie Hall and Prince—which is the greatest thing I’ve ever heard. Her debut album Is Your Love Big Enough? might as well be called Is Your Voice Big Enough?—because the Brit has one of the most brazen sounds in soul-folk right now. Oh, and big shoulders, big details, big wedges, and big hair are her favorites.

The One-Song Intro: “Is Your Love Big Enough?”

The Look, Recreated: This metallic green dress by Erin Fetherson, these candy-colored Charlotte Olympia wedges, this Wood Wood wool coat, and this Devon Leigh shell necklace. —maitri mehta

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Weather Vain: Cambridge, Massachusetts - 41 and Clear

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AHHHHH, it’s fall—it really, really is. What to wear today if you’re hanging around this seven-square-mile patch of Mass. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ Marais USA shoes that are more than ready to hit the M.I.T. Museum.

+ A Lizzie Fortunato cuff that can hang at the Harvard Law School Library all day, if that’s where you’re headed.

+ For holding your iPad or Kindle, c/o Mansur Gavriel. Just maybe don’t tell the crew at Revolution Books

+ A 3.1 Phillip Lim sweater, the color of an Area Four latte. 

+ Ready for the crisp air? Cause this Rag & Bone coat is. 

+ Garrett Leight shades—for scoping out the crew teams on the Charles. 

+ A Eugenia Kim wool hat that just as freakin’ cozy as the pan-roasted goodness at Puritan & Company

+ The sort of Suno pants that would excite the Take Ivy obsessives. 

All the “Weather Vain” you can take! Right here!

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Next Level: Good-Looking Puffers

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You’re supposed to start thinking about your winter outerwear situation looong before the snow starts falling, right? Well, if you’re in need of some cold-weather coverage, how’s about a chic puffer? Yes, that’s right—it’s time to get down with down. —erica

LEVEL I: Steven Alan does navy and classic…but in LEATHA.

LEVEL II: The way-adorable floral print on this Girl. by Band of Outsiders number goes girly in a good way.

LEVEL III: WHOA, leopard. Sea is working it hard.

LEVEL IV: Why is this white-and-lilac situation so enticing? Because Acne knows how to make even tie-dye look sophisticated. 

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In Character: Wednesday Addams

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imageWednesday Addams has a bad attitude. And that’s just what’s so lovable about her—well, that, and her uniform approach to dressing. How to nail her looks, which or not you possess young Christina Ricci’s amazing forehead or judging eyes. —erica

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A very serious, white-collared L’Wren Scott dress. Just ‘cause her middle name’s Friday doesn’t mean she’s interesting in having any fun.

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A hooded black Rag & Bone coat that the Grim Reaper would totally approve of.

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An A.L.C. top that makes it clear she’d rather spend her summer in the Bermuda Triangle than at camp.

Lots more “In Character,” right this way!

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Of a Kind

Don’t you want a big, cozy, blue Jacquemus coat now? Thought so. —erica

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In Character: Susan Walker

Remember when Mara Wilson was the precocious child star of the moment? Of the Haley Joel Osment/Dakota Fanning ilk? Well, during her reign, she made some real holiday-movie magic alongside Elizabeth Perkins and Dylan McDermott. Here’s how she sold her incredulous kid, Miracle on 34th Street role. —erica

A Eugenia Kim beret, the preferred headwear of all big-for-their-britches six year olds.

Just because she doesn’t believe in Santa doesn’t mean she can’t down with Christmas cheer, in the form of some Boy. by Band of Outsiders plaid.

A Carven coat with a big Peter Pan collar—dressy enough for a day in court for Kris Kringle’s trial.

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Star-Crossed: Lauren Moffatt + Saturdays NYC

Girl: Lauren Moffatt coat

Boy: Saturdays NYC shirt

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Of a Kind

All this killer The Eternal coat needs is a Viktor & Rolf-style lip, and it’s set to take over the world (universe?). —erica

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S/He: A Uniform Wares Watch for Everyone

There’s nothing sexier than a big watch—on a boy or a girl. Ok, fine, there might be something sexier, but we’re comportable being hyperbolic here. With it’s earthy leather strap and matte gray face, this one on the Uniform Wares 200 series swings both ways—as in, it can hang with both brown and black, making it the sort of accessory you’ll want to wear on the reg even if you rely on your phone to tell the time. —sunny

For the girls, clockwise from left top:

+ Yarbie for Of a Kind bangle

+ Good Night, Day for Of a Kind scarf

+ Vanessa Bruno Athé sweater

+ Nicole Farhi skirt

+ Uniform Wares watch

+ Meredith Wendell for Of a Kind bag

+ Surface to Air boots

 

For the boys, clockwise from top left:

+ Golden Bear peacoat

+ Partners & Spade for Of a Kind tie

+ Levi’s Vintage Clothing shirt

+ Maxx & Unicorn for Of a Kind wallet

Uniform Wares watch

+ Crockett & Jones boot

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There’s some real magic happening here: This Osei-Duro coat pops…but it still goes with everything. How’d that happen? —erica

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