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Brown Raffia d’Orsay Shoe by Proud Mary for Of a Kind

BUY / 80 of a kind / $117

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Weather Vain: Washington, D.C. - 70 and Clear

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Go for the cherry blossoms, stay for the weather? Here’s how to make the most of a day in the District. —erica

+ An Organic by John Patrick shirt just serious enough for a business lunch at RIS.

+ This Ariel Gordon ring—totally jibes with the color scheme at Rasika West End.

+ A Vanessa Bruno jacket that Olivia Pope would be very into.

+ Annie Costello Brown earrings, delivering a dash of edge.

+ A Collina Strada pouch with leather that matches Dolcezza's strawberry-tarragon gelato. MMMMM.

+ Flats from Tibi—for doing some time at the Newseum.

+ The sort of L’Agence pencil skirt that would fit it at the Park Hyatt's bar.

For SO much more “Weather Vain,” click here.

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Listen, these Dorateymur flats are fancy enough to go anywhere that heels can. —erica

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Blue Blossom Oxfords by Marais USA for Of a Kind

BUY / 60 of a kind / $164

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Weather Vain: Tucson, Arizona - 52 and Clear

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There’s something pretty rad about being surrounded by cacti in the winter (or, heck, anytime at all). Here’s how to roll if you’re in The Old Pueblo today. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ A desert oasis in the form of an Acne sweater.

+ The most stylin’ puffer vest ever, quite possibly—made by Helmut Lang.

+ An Eayrslee clutch chill enough to hang with an El Guero Canelo hot dog.

+ Aerin slip-ons that would earn lots of love from the Canyon Ranch crowd.

+ The sort of Lila Rice ring that’s ready for anything, anywhere.

+ The Dunbar Spring street art + these Iro pants = a match made in heaven.

+ Ready for a very healthful meal at The Tasteful Kitchen, this K/LLER Collection necklace.

+ Illesteva shades, for wandering Saguaro National Park.

There’s a whole lot more “Weather Vain” if you’re in the mood for some exploring.

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In Character: Judy Jetson

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Though you’ve still got about 50 years to make Judy Jetson’s look your reality, you may as well hop to it. Here’s what 15-year-old girls are absolutely, without a doubt going to dress like in 2062. (JK, guys, JK.) —erica

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A Fleet Ilya bow as angular as Rosie.

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A matchy-matchy Friends & Associates getup—all the rage at Orbit High School. 

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Rag & Bone flats that are ideal for snuggling up with a digital diary.

Want more “In Character?” You got it.

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Next Level: Kinda Krazy Cap Toes

Cap toes are Coco Chanel-classic. (Fun fact: The menswear-inclined design powerhouse originated the style in 1957.) Here, four ways to shake ‘em up. —erica

LEVEL I: This Loeffler Randall knee-high boot is super-sleek—and would still pair well with a Ladurée macaron.

LEVEL II: Totally glam in a jumpsuit and fake fur way—but these spiky heels could hang with an LBD, too. Gotta love Elizabeth & James.

LEVEL III: Pull on these Rachel Roy guys and try not to stuff humming “All That Jazz.”

LEVEL IV: Hot damn, does Phillip Lim know how to do cool. These shoes look challenging—until you release you can wear them with nearly anything.

More four-part harmonies right this way…

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It’s still too early for sandal-buying, and these navy, taupe, and salmon flats from New Kid are just breezy enough while still hiding all signs of a chipped pedicure. —erica

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The shoes from Melborne-based Worthis are hand-cut and hand-stitched. Now, HAND THEM OVER.

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We’ve proclaimed our love for them before, but Marais really does make the best affordable shoes out there.  These sandals are the kind you’d wear until they got so ratty that your mother told you you had to throw them away.

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