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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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