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It’s probably time to introduce your button-down shirts to a button-down skirt, brought to you by Tess Giberson. —erica

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I bring you Rhoi, making a strong case for pleats. —erica

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Deceptive: These Lemlem separates don’t actually have any colors in common. And that’s what makes ‘em work so good. —erica

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Why is the just-wonkiness of this Samuji skirt so appealing? It’s like the sartorial equivalent of the Daria Werbowy bob. —erica

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Next Level: Handkerchief Hems

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Festival season! Amirite?! Here’s how to add just a little hippie-dippiness to your look without going full-blown Vanessa Hudgens. —erica

LEVEL I: Oh, hey, office-approp! Thanks, Rag & Bone.

LEVEL II: Not as scary as it seems, this Elizabeth and James top: With a high-waisted skirt, you wouldn’t reveal midriff at all.

LEVEL III: Ah, yes, it’s a shapeless tent dress—but it’s a shapeless tent dress (from Wood Wood) that you’d live in, and you know it.

LEVEL IV: Opening Ceremony goes sunny. Just be careful around the subway grates. 

Looking for more ways to amp up your summer look? We have some ideas.

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Whoa, Nancy Stella Soto. Taking windowpanes to a whole new level. —erica

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Next Level: Blue and Yellow

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Blue and yellow make green. But, turns out, the duo makes a pretty good combo without doing any blending whatsoever. Get on that with these four stellar examples. —erica

LEVEL I: Ahhh, a skirt from MSGM that looks like a sunny day and is just as upbeat.

LEVEL II: These Sophia Webster sandals and white jeans?! Come on!

LEVEL III: Sporty-ish—and totally wearable. Way to go, Dusen Dusen.

LEVEL IV: In black and white, this Carven getup would be ultra-classic. But leave it to navy and bright yellow to freshen it right up. 

Lookin’ for a “Next Level” fix? Have at it.

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In Character: Olive Oyl

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Ok, get this: Did you know that Olive Oyl has been around longer than Popeye? She made her first appearance in 1919, and he didn’t come into being for another decade—and which point, he did his best to steal the spotlight. Well, here’s to you, Olive, and those ginormous feet of yours. —erica

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A red-and-white J.W. Anderson sweater that’s as wholesome as a can of spinach.

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A Victoria Beckham skirt with a hit of yellow that would really catch Bluto’s eye.

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Flat N.D.C. boots—because who wants to carry around Swee’Pea in heels?

Get all of the “In Character” you can handle, here and now.

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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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