Next Level: Pink & Red

Pink and red are not supposed to hang together—they kind of have a Capulet-Montague situation going. But, done right, man, can sparks fly. Four classy-cool ways to go. —erica

LEVEL I: How adorbs would these Loeffler Randall sandals be with rolled-up chinos?

LEVEL II: God, those blush-y hues. Reed Krakoff, you know what you’re doing.

LEVEL III: The cut-outs on this Mara Hoffman dress just contribute to the color-blocking masterfulness.

LEVEL IV: Subtle? Heck no. But this Venessa Arizaga necklace sure is fly.

Get more of this four-way action here.

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Next Level: Denim Shoes

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If you’re gonna be a full-fledged blue-jean baby, you’ve got to put some sole into it. Here’s how to gain your denim footing. —erica

LEVEL I: Little Assembly slip-ons, just itching for a boardwalk.

LEVEL II: No.6 shoes feel completely made-over with the help of an unexpected material, no?

LEVEL III: These are the sorts of boots—from Dieppa Restrepo—that would rock in a serious way with some rolled-up shorts.

LEVEL IV: These Reed Krakoff heels + the most minimalist white dress in the world? Sheeeeeek.

All the “Next Level” action you can handle is right here.

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Fave Look: Reed Krakoff

Making the Fall 2013 collections easy to digest. Scroll through all of our top getups here.

Reed Krakoff, from Style.com.

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Fave Look: Reed Krakoff

Attacking the SS13 collections, one getup at a time. See ‘em all here.

Reed Krakoff, from WWD.

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Weather Vain: Fargo, North Dakota - 73 and Partly Cloudy

Not sure if you’ve noticed, but we’re taking requests: If you’ve got a “Weather Vain” locale you want us to cover, hit us at info@ofakind.com or @ofakind on the Twitter. Today’s comes from our girl @hourglass, who made us swear not to make any dontchaknow jokes. MISSION ACCEPTED. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ A floral scarf from Suno that pays homage to all of the gorgeousness in bloom.

+ Reed Krakoff shoes with what we’d call a sensible heel—ideal for a leisurely stroll in this freaking beautiful weather.

+ Adding a little warmth and jazziness as you get into the evening hours, this short-sleeve Closed trench is ready for strawberry-artichoke panzanella at HoDo (a.k.a. Hotel Donaldson).

+ The beauty of the shibori-dyed tee Study made us is that it’s hipper than any other cotton number in your arsenal.

+ Bright chinos! Reach for this Maison Scotch pair while you can still stand the thought of long pants.

+ The bracelet that Ursa Major created for Of a Kind looks like something that would be on display at the Plains Art Museum.

There’s more “Weather Vain” to be had! YAY!

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Fave Look: Reed Krakoff

Least overwhelming fashion week coverage ever: One look we love from the fall 2012 shows we care about. See more hits here, and click thisaway for the full collection.

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Get Willy Wonka on the horn: He should make some candy in the colors of Reed Krakoff's spring bags. —erica

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Of a Kind

Listen, you’re not going to be able to wear these Reed Krakoff sandals for months, but don’t you want to buy them rightthisminute anyway? Something about them says, “I resolve to have the sort of summer that’s filled with lobster rolls and meandering bicycle rides.” —erica

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Of a Kind

If we attended the sorts of events where people with cordless mics ask, “Who are you wearing?” we’d be happy to be in this dress (blue leather straps!) and report, “Reed Krakoff.”

(via Style.com)

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Of a Kind

Reed Krakoff, former Coach creative director, has launched his own line. The prissier and more architectural stuff isn’t quite there, but I love anything in the billowy vein—wide-leg pants (sometimes leather!), thigh-grazing sweaters, and jumbo jackets in deep, rich neutrals. You can watch the whole show on the designer’s website.

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