“I loved this dress because it felt both modern and vintage at the same time. I think that vintage shopping, in general, is a really great way to incorporate old and new to a modern lifestyle. Especially for weddings, I love things that have a bit of jewel or sparkle to them.”—Leesa Evans, costume designer
From left: Valentino nude bow detail pump, $736, farfetch.com; Red Valentino embellished lace dress, $950, net-a-porter.com; Hobbs Unlimited rubber and linen mac, $290, Hobbs London boutiques and hobbs.co.uk; Cathy Waterman gold muse charm necklace, $525, Barneys New York and barneys.com; Noemi Klein claw nugget stud earrings, $150, farfetch.com.
“Violet finds things to give herself this collegiate, but more professional graduate student/assistant professor sort of look. I think it’s important to feel the confidence and dress the part of whatever position you may be moving into. She also wears a lot of nicely fitted A-line skirts; I like an A-line that hits right to the knee.”—Leesa Evans, costume designer
Clockwise from far left: Levi’s Made & Crafted pleated polka dot chambray blouse, $175, net-a-porter.com; Altuzarra for J.Crew denim pencil skirt, $168, jcrew.com; NARS blush in Douceur, $28, us.spacenk.com; NARS lip gloss in Ophelia, $24, us.spacenk.com; J.Crew merino sweater in heather sandstone, $79.50, J.Crew boutiques and jcrew.com; Fratelli Rossetti hobo tassel shoe, $550, Fratelli Rossetti boutiques; Chantecaille single eyeshadow in Peony, $30, chantecaille.com; Chantecaille black mascara, $40, chantecaille.com
“I loved pairing the two stripes together; I always feel like stripes are really fresh, and have a sense of Spring. I loved the Frye boots, too, because they’re substantial enough to wear in weather, but sexy enough to wear in fashion.”—Leesa Evans, costume designer