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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Weather Vain: Durham, North Carolina - 92 With a Chance of Thunderstorms

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Ooof, guys, it’s a steamy one in Duke (and Clay Aiken!) country. Here’s how to at least attempt to tackle it. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ This Suno dress + Vietnamese coffee ice cream from The Parlour = a GD dream.

+ A ring, from Macha, that wouldn’t look crazy out-of-place at the Durham Bulls’ ballpark.

+ A Collina Strada pouch that would look just right amidst the tapas at Mateo.

+ The sort of umbrella by Orla Kiely that makes any precipitation feel a whole lot less gloomy.

+ Melissa flats that can handle a downpour.

A whole lot more “Weather Vain” to be had here!

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Of a Kind

Ahhh. This Suno top mixes patterns so you don’t have to. —erica

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In Character: Mrs. Euphengenia Doubtfire

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Mrs. Doubtfire is a hilarious and wonderful movie—and not just when you watch it (over and over on VHS) as a 10 year old. Here, how to follow Kim K.’s lead and mimic the namesake character’s look. —erica

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A shirt, by MSGM, that might catch fire when she leans over the stove.

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A Sophie Hulme bag that is decidedly grown-up and dependable—just like this dad in drag.

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Suno's loud floral blazer, worn with a matching dress, that looks even kookier next to Pierce Brosnan in his swim trunks.

It’s “In Character” madness over here!

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Fave Look: Suno

What else do we sweat from the Fall 2014 collections? Follow along here.

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Suno, from Style.com.

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Next Level: Knit Leggings

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Even just stepping outside in NYC right now calls for an après-ski-style hot cocoa and time with a wooly blanket. So if you have a chance to trade jeans for some of these sweater-pant suckers, TAKE IT. This isn’t a leggings-as-pants endorsement. This is a leggings-as-warmth one. —erica

LEVEL I: What’s black and white and cozy all over? These A.L.C. guys.

LEVEL II: Opening Ceremony's take would look stellar with a BF’s fisherman sweater.

LEVEL III: Very seventies ski bunny, c/o Suno.

LEVEL IV: Henrik Vibskov delivers a very (loud) Memphis group vibe.

More “Next Level!” Get it.

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Weather Vain: Cincinnati, Ohio - 14 and Mostly Cloudy

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Man, it’s cold today in Cincy. So bundle up—and try not to let the chill hold you back. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ A winter coat—from Suno—that’s more sleek than it is snowman.

+ A Baggu tote that coordinates with Metropole's seared radishes and  baked cranberry beans.

+ Knee-high boots, from Cynthia Vincent, for stomping around Over-the-Rhine.

+ A Eugenia Kim hat that shields as much of your noggin as possible.

+ An Isabel Marant sweater, ideal for cozying up for a movie at Esquire Theatre.

+ J Brand jeans that are laid-back (and worn-in) enough for a visit to Rhinegeist Brewery

+ A Jennie Kwon ring that won’t get in the way of any of your frigid-weather gear.

+ Acne gloves that would look great wrapped around a macchiato from Collective Espresso.

All the “Weather Vain” you can take! All you gotta do is click here.

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Track Star: Grimes

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The Vibe: Claire Boucher’s music and style are pretty ineffable, but she  calls the former “ADD music” and the latter “anime-goth.” Ok, then. You do you, Grimes.

The One-Song Intro: “Genesis”

The Look, Recreated: These silver flatform brogues from Jeffrey Campbell, this pattern-mixing Suno jacket, and this abstract leopard slip dress by Cheap Monday. maitri mehta

Get your “Track Star” fix here!

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Of a Kind

This Suno dress = Tony the Tiger’s very-smokin’ girlfriend. (Theresa the Tiger?) —erica

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Next Level: Turtleneck Sweaters

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Not-so-shockingly, turtlenecks have a bit of a resurgence every year—right about when the Starbucks holiday-themed cups surface. But this year, they really seem to be everywhere. Check out four worth cozying up to. —erica 

LEVEL I: A.L.C. does color-blocking in a very easy-to-wear way.

LEVEL II: All that embroidery really fancifies this Suno guy. With a wool skirt, yah?

LEVEL III: Camo! But, thanks to MSGM and that coffee-with-cream backdrop, it has a softer vibe.

LEVEL IV: It’s kind of a lot, this 3.1 Phillip Lim situation. But with some skinny black pants and a pair of Chelsea boots…you know.

It’s “Next Level” madness right here.

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