Couple Up: Tom Green and Drew Barrymore

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These two were supposed to get married on Saturday Night Live—mmmhmm, really. Apparently, Drew got cold feet, married Tom anyway in July 2001, and then filed for divorce 163 days later. It was all very confusing, even for those of us not intimately involved. —erica

Tom Green: A classic Neil Barrett bow tie, a Brooklyn Tailors tux, and Duncan Quinn lace-ups.

Drew Barrymore: A shiny Lauren Merkin clutch, a green-and-blue Anna Sui kimono, and teardrop earrings from Alexis Bittar.

If you’re looking for more duos you nearly forgot existed, we have a whole bunch.

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You might not need an excruciatingly luxurious Lindsey Thornburg kimono, but I can’t imagine a scenario where you wouldn’t want one. —erica

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In Character: Jessa Johansson

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Marnie can work a body-con dress, Hannah really embraces a romper, and Shosh sweats a fascinator, but it’s Jessa who really goes hard at the personal-style thing—she nails that whole bougie, don’t-give-a-rat’s-ASS vibe she’s trying so hard to put out there. —erica

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A By Ti Mo kimono that makes it clear that she’s thisclose to collapsing into a bed (hers, someone else’s, whatever).

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A Eugenia Kim hat that makes owning a hairbrush optional.

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The sort of Shashi creation that says, “I’ll be your crack spirit guide.” You know, if a necklace could say such a thing.

There’s so much more “In Character” to be had!

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This Something Else kimono with a *sequin cactus* deserves to be the centerpiece of some album art. —erica

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Next Level: Kimonos

This time of year, when some light layers become key, you can run out of options quickly: blazer, cardigan, denim jacket…YAH. But that’s where a kimono can save the day (or at least save you three outfit changes in the morning). Here’s how to get to it. —erica 

LEVEL I: Couldn’t be more straightforward than this Blk Dnm number, which is a more luxe and sophisticated alternative to an oversize button-down.

LEVEL II: The structured cut and girlish palate makes this Corey Lynn Calter incarnation easy. Also: How good is it with those pink leather pants? Holy.

LEVEL III: Sure, this flowing Something Else take is loud, but it becomes a lot more approachable with a black maxi dress underneath.

LEVEL IV: Amazing, right? Abraxas Rex's hand-painted creation is 1) bold and 2) an investment, so you have to be committed to making this thing a cornerstone of your look.

Head this way for more “Next Level” action.

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We’re really liking the idea of throwing on a silk kimono instead of a regular ol’ cardigan, and the ones from Winter Kate are especially stellar. (Have said this before: Both of Nicole Richie’s lines are pretty kick-ass.) To see how to wear this to an event involving floral headresses, check out our post on Guest of a Guest. —erica

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