Weather Vain: Bozeman, Montana - 90 and Clear

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Not to get all Dixie Chicks on you or anything, but this time of year makes us yearn for wide-open spaces. Like, say, Montana, with all that National Park-ness…and lack of population density. Here’s how to embrace a day in Bozeman. —erica

+ A bangle from K/LLER that feels completely appropriate for a night at Plonk Wine Bar.

+ The ideal Ancient Greek sandals to slip on after hiking the M.

+ An Acne dress that’s plenty loose—in case you go hard at Granny’s Gourmet Donuts.

+ Cowboy poetry?! If you score some at Country Bookshelf, this AANDD bag has room.

+ Ahlem shades to take in all those Big Sky views.

More of this! Lots more! Here.

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Weather Vain: Malibu, California - 77 and Clear

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Let’s be honest: There’s no such thing as a bad day in Malibu. But today—well, this Monday is especially lovely. How to take advantage. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ A Raquel Allegra dress that will disappear right into the furniture at the aptly named Sunset restaurant.

+ Earrings, from Ursa Major, that you don’t have to take off for beach yoga.

+ Totally appropriate for an afternoon at the Getty Villa, this Lizzie Fortunato bracelet.

+ A sweater from Theyskens’ Theory, that, along with a glass of something red c/o Malibu Wine, is ideal for combatting any chilliness come nightfall.

+ Slides by The Palatines that have the same earthy-polished vibe that you’ll get at Malibu Beach Inn

Whoa, there’s a lot more of this. See it all.

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Next Level: Slide Sandals

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The deeper we get into summer, the more the idea of straps and buckles and laces starts to grate. These four pairs of no-nonsense slide sandals will have you slipping out the door in a hot second. —erica

LEVEL I: These Palatines guys go with everything—cut-offs, silk maxis, etc.

LEVEL II: Minimalist! Silver! Criss-crossy! Looove, Jeffrey Campbell.

LEVEL III: Rachel Comey def knows how to make a black sandal stand out.

LEVEL IV: Jem would die for this Miista style—she really would.

More “Next Level!” Get it.

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If you’re at that point in the season where you’ve worn through the soles of your sandals—hey, it happens—these Carrie Forbes suckers are here for you. —erica

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A black tank + skinny-but-worn-in jeans + these Chrissy Morris sandals = the easiest (and possibly best) summer outfit. —erica

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Weather Vain: Lockhart, Texas - 98 and Partly Cloudy

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Summer means barbecue, and barbecue means Lockhart, Texas. Here’s what to wear today in pit country. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ The airiest linen dress you can find, from T by Alexander Wang.

+ A necklace by K/LLER that would look equally at-home in Austin, 30 minutes away.

+ A Komono watch—an homage to the Southwest Museum of Clocks and Watches.

+ A cuff from Dannijo that’s nearly as satisfying as a scoop of Century Sundae ice cream by Blue Bell.

+ A Kara bag with room for a score or two from Sol & Luna Antiques & Art.

+ Kelsi Dagger sandals that will still be comfortable after you gorge on salty, fatty brisket at Smitty’s Market.

Wanna mess with Texas? Head this way.

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Weather Vain: Birmingham, Alabama - 94 and Clear

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If you’re in Birmingham today, maybe carry around a personal A/C unit? How to survive a Heart of Dixie sweat fest. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ A Suno dress that’s juuuust a little Fried Green Tomatoes.

+ Sandals, from Charlotte Stone, ready for some dancing at Zydeco.

+ This Otaat/Myers Collective wristlet—nearly as enticing as a piece of Johnny Ray’s pie.

+ Collette Ishiyama earrings that would fit right in with the finds at Table Matters.

+ A Sensi straw hat that’s your best shot at staying cool—at least until it’s time to head to The J. Clyde for beers.

For more thoughts on how to deal with the heat, head here.

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Sandals deal for getting stripe-y tan lines on your feet, c/o Ancient Greek. —erica

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Weather Vain: Healdsburg, California - 95 and Clear

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It’s getting to be that time of year when it’s hot everywhere. Even lovely, lovely CA wine country. Do you think a bottle of pinot noir would help cool you down? Yah, wishful thinking. —erica

Sunglasses from Raen: also useful for keeping hair off your sweaty, sweaty face.

+ A cotton-and-linen dress from Apiece Apart that allows for some breeze (oof—thankfully).

K. Jacques  sandals, for exploring Fitch Mountain when the temp drops.

+ Earrings chill enough for everyday—but also down for a celebratory dinner at Spoonbar—c/o t.kahres.

+ Ready for wine-tasting at Banshee? This Rennes clutch is.

+ A shark tooth and diamond Dezso bracelet suited to lunch at Shed.

Hey, welcome to the land of “Weather Vain!”

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Weather Vain: Amagansett, New York - 68 and Clear

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Love ya, Montauk, but for a really chilled-out, do-nothing day, Amagansett is where it’s at. This is what to wear for a day that’s a bit too cool for an ocean dip. —erica

Clockwise from top left: 

+ A couldn’t-be-breezier Ace & Jig top that’s ready to catch some music at The Stephen Talkhouse

+ This Lila Rice ring on your finger and a coconut-coconut cupcake from Mary’s Marvelous in your hand—dreamy.

+ Because Otaat / Myers Collective knows you don’t need a big bag to stroll Main Street. 

+ A beach cardigan—yah, that’s what L’Agence calls it, and we’re down.

+ Sandals that look good AND could handle some gardening—leave it to the Steven Alan x Dr. Scholl’s collab.

+ Some laid-back Current/Elliott pants—because the toughest decision you should have to make today is whether you want the Clam Bar staple fried, steamed, or raw.

Head to “Weather Vain” heaven.

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