Weather Vain: Baton Rouge, Louisiana - 76 With Thunderstorms

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Like Garth Brooks, I’ve gotta send my love down to Baton Rouge. Here’s an outfit made for a day like today. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ Ready for dancing at Teddy’s Juke Joint? Cause this cotton Ulla Johnson dress is.

+ To protect that head of yours in case of a downpour: a white leather Etudes cap.

+ A K/LLER necklace fit for deviled eggs and crayfish at IPO.

+  A slick Louise Goods clutch, the color of a pint of Abita Purple Haze.

+ Dream Collective earrings—to hold you over until the April showers bring May flowers?

+ The most grown-up take on a jelly sandal ever, c/o Madison Harding.

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Couple Up: Johnny Depp and Kate Moss

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If it was possible for us to do a reader poll in this space, we’d have to ask who you <3 <3 <3 more, Johnny and Kate or Johnny and Winona? Tough decisions, these. A look at the former pairing’s style, while you ponder. —erica

Johnny Depp: A yellow-and-black knit cap from Eugenia Kim, a no-nonsense leather jacket by Scotch & Soda, and an Apolis gingham shirt.

Kate Moss: Simple-but-cool Lauren Wolf studs, a pretty major LBD from Motel, and a wide belt c/o Alice + Olivia.

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Reinhard Plank says you don’t gots to decide between a straw hat and a baseball cap. —erica

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In Character: Kathryn Merteuil

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Confession: I saw Cruel Intentions for the first time just recently. I know, I know. In case you’re wondering, it doesn’t really hold up, but I can imagine just how scandalized I would have been had I watched it at a slumber party when it came out. And Kathryn Merteuil, evil stepsister and prep-school princess who makes Blair Waldorf look like a real sweetheart, is at the heart of that. (Side note: I did still appreciate this monologue about slut-shaming, in case you’re wondering.) —erica

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A Eugenia Kim sun hat, for teaching her young apprentice rival how to kiss.

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A Vanessa Mooney cross necklace ready for some real bad-girl behavior.

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A crimson silk robe from Zinke—for seducing Sebastian, Ronald, or anyone, really. 

It’s “In Character” heaven around here.

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Per Wool and the Gang, you can now have eyes on the top of your head. Still no word on whether you can have them on the back of your head. —erica

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Wood you wear this Nikki Giling visor? Discuss. —erica

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Track Star: Caitlin Rose

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The Vibe: If you love some country-pop—and miss Jenny Lewis as much as I do—Caitlin Rose will ease your ails. Her new album, The Stand-In, is earning this Tennessee native comparisons to the likes of Loretta, and her look will really make you want to break in some cowboy boots.

The One -Song Intro: “The Stand-In”

The Look, Recreated: This ladylike dress from Boy by Band of Outsiders, this Digby + Iona compass necklace, and this raffia hat by Helen Kaminski. maitri mehta

It’s “Track Star” heaven up in here.

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Put a feather or a bunch of feathers in your Janessa Leone  cap. —erica

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Track Star: Diane Birch

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The Vibe: In her music, the Brooklyn singer-songwriter Diane Birch mixes some soulful vocals with impressive piano skills (so much Stevie Nicks goodness!). In her clothes, she’s got a knack for doing BK-girl-who’s-traveled-the-world—see, she’s lived in Zimbabwe, Sydney, Portland, and L.A., too.

The One-Song Intro: “Speak a Little Louder”

The Look, Recreated: This fedora from Goorin Brothers, this striped Rachel Pally skirt, and this cape-coat from In God We Trust.

More “Track Star” action? Music to our ears.

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Couple Up: Lindsay Lohan and Wilmer Valderrama

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Back when LiLo was just a freckle-faced, red-headed girl—right after she won everybody over in Mean Girls and just before she starred in Disney’s Herbie: Fully Loaded (yah, that happened)—she dated that one guy from That ’70s Show. And here’s what it looked like. Ah, the good old days. —erica

Lindsay Lohan: An oxblood Lauren Merkin purse, a white jersey skirt from Rachel Pally, and some Mother of Pearl slip-ons.

Wilmer Valderrama: An Apolis beanie, a bomber from Alexander Wang, and sleek Common Projects sneakers.

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