Track Star: Kate Davis

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The Vibe: Don’t let Kate Davis’s doe eyes and sweet smile fool you: The girl is KILLER on the upright bass (and the piano, too!). Her raw, jazzy sound is very hard to come by, and her style is a lot less complicated than that voice of hers—she likes a little romper, a vintage-y top, and some pink where it makes sense.

The One-Song Intro: “Smoke Signals”

The Look, Recreated: This velvet, high-waist skirt from In God We Trust, this striped Lauren Moffatt blouse, and this adorable (and flattering) playsuit from Shades of Grey. —maitri mehta

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Of a Kind

These Shades of Grey sweatpants! (Blazer very optional.) —erica

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Next Level: Boyish Florals

Dude-friendly flowers? Oh, we’ve seen bunches of them. Here, four top-notch, in-bloom find.s —erica

LEVEL I: On a tie—talk about easy-breezy. DiBi—a line that funds rural education—keeps things matte and cool.

LEVEL II: The small pattern on this Shades of Grey button-down makes it EXTRA approachable.

LEVEL III: An Opening Ceremony x Adidas collab? What’s not to sweat?

LEVEL IV: Mark McNairy loves a daisy. And we heart his willingness to go there, combining it with camo for one of the coolest rucksacks we’ve ever seen.

There’s so much more “Next Level” to be had! Click on through.

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There are a ton of good things about the fall collection from Shades of Grey, the year-old line by the 29-year-old L.A. designer Micah Cohen who introduced Shades of Greige back in 2006. Their very best thing, though, is the stellar inclusion of pockets that look great but could also prove useful. —erica

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