Couple Up: Cindy Crawford and Richard Gere

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Most photos of Cindy Crawford and Richard Gere involve her wearing a cut-down-to-there dress and him done up in suit. (Oh, and there’s also this Herb Ritts shoot for Vogue in 1992.) Turns out, these two did go places together that didn’t involve a red carpet, though, and when they did, it was kind of hilarious, outfit-wise. —erica

Cindy Crawford: A cross necklace by Alexis Bittar, a floral Minkpink skirt, and the perfect denim jacket from Current/Elliott.

Richard Gere: A loud Huf hat, a sweatshirt (thrown over the shoulders) by Todd Snyder for Champion, and dark-as-they-come Super sunglasses.

Lookin’ for more throwbacks? You’re in luck.

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How to do form-fitting in a chill way? Let this Caron Callahan skirt be the answer. —erica

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You know what’s a good name for a color? Terracotta. I’ll let this Crippen skirt sell you on it. —erica

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How to make the sarong city-appropriate? Emerson Fry's got it all sorted. —erica

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Track Star: Alynda Lee Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff

The Vibe: Small Town Heroes, the newest album from the folk band Hurray for the Riff Raff, is filled with a whole lot of feminist rage and resignation from the singer Alynda Lee Segarra. She sounds pained and complex, but her look is a little more straightforward: think fifties housewife with a bone to pick.

The One-Song Intro: “I Know it’s Wrong (But That’s Alright)”

The Look, Recreated: This sleeveless denim shirt from Cheap Monday, this retro dress by Rachel Antonoff, and this floral pencil skirt by Derek Lam. maitri mehta

It’s music madness if you click this way.

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Weather Vain: Miami, Florida - 79 and Partly Cloudy

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We are, unfortunately, too old for spring break (or is it spraaaang break?). But if we got to escape to FL right now, we’d want to be chilling in Miami on this lovely day. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ As crisply chic as, well, everything about The Raleigh Hotel—that’s what this Apiece Apart top is.

+ Thierry Lasry sunglasses, in colors that mesh with all the neon lights.

+ In case an outing to Hyde Beach is in the cards: this Sophie Hulme sucker.

+ The print of this neoprene skirt by Emma Cook? Totally goes with the wallpaper at The Broken Shaker—and that’s a compliment.

Etten Eller earrings with appropriately Deco vibez.

+ Robert Clergerie shoes that match the sand.

+ A happy-making Alison Lou ring, straight from The Webster.

How to dress for this weather?! Lots more ideas coming at you.

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Dang meringue, this Tibi skirt, you guys. —erica

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Jasmin Shokrian thinks it’s juuuuust fine to dabble in pleats. —erica

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Shut the front door: Twenty-Seven Names does matching skirts and socks. —erica

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Heck yah, is this Creatures of Comfort skirt frouffy. And it’s maddeningly cool, too. —erica

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