In Character: Suzy Bishop

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It’s pretty much guaranteed that any character Wes Anderson unleashes on the world will quickly start working the costume circuit. And while his young luvas in Moonrise Kingdom are classic cases, there’s something so endearing about the way his go-to affectations play out with tweens (are we still using that word?). Here, how to embrace your inner Suzy. —erica

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The sort of Victoria Beckham dress that meshes well with winged liner and French music.

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A pair of Sunday school shoesRachel Antonoff x Bass in this case.

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Some damn cute Steven Alan underwear for swimming/modeling/dancing.

You wouldn’t believe all the “In Character” we have over here…

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In Character: Mr. Fox

How is it that Wes Anderson’s penchant for affected costuming is most successful when practiced on creatures who don’t normally wear clothes? Forget Max Fischer and any of those Tenenbaums—the Fox family patriarch is where it’s at. Here, he shows us how he became an underground phenom. —erica

If you might need to make a break for it at any hour, you best have some legit Derek Rose sleepwear.

God knows you’re going to need to roll up your sleeves, so you may as well pull on this Matt Singer shirt to save yourself a step.

A slim-cut corduroy jacket from Shades of Grey lets those badgers and weasels know you’re super trustworthy—it’s like the navy suit of the squab-farm tree.

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