Twin Peaks: A Style Revival


When news broke this week that cult-favorite, David Lynch-produced TV show Twin Peaks would be returning to airwaves in 2016 we couldn’t contain our excitement. There are certain aspects of the original creepy-cool series that simply can’t be resurrected (Laura Palmer, for one), but we’re hoping the plaid-heavy, Northwest-inspired style the show became known for will make its way to the fashion forefront once again. We took the announcement as an excuse to curate a yummy selection of a few great fall pieces we think the Twin Peaks characters would be into today. We certainly are. Click through and then set your DVR.

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The dark series follows an FBI agent (played by Kyle Maclachlan) who is investigating the mysterious murder of a small-town homecoming queen and the subsequent unraveling of her close-knit community.

Gabrie Plaid Wool Blend Coat


Isabel Marant Etoile

Wrap up in this oversized plaid coat for your next coffee run to the local diner.

Mom Jeans



Mom jeans are one of our favorite early '90s trends that have recently enjoyed a resurgence. Denim is a necessary wardrobe staple in the casual Pacific Northwest.

Campus Backpack



Even doomed homecoming queens need chic carryalls for their high school essentials. This slouchy backpack does the trick.

Houndstooth Pattern Midi Skirt


Stella Jean

Despite the cold temps in Twin Peaks, rocking a feminine look is always important to the women of the small town. This houndstooth midi skirt looks great with a chunky knit and heels.



Marc by Marc Jacobs

A prim and proper Peter Pan collar instantly evokes innocence—even when you're guilty.

Out n About Leather Boot



Trudge along a rainy riverbank in these rugged all-weather boots (just beware of bodies).

Be Legendary Long Wear Lip Lacquer in After Dark



Channel Laura Flynn Boyle's smoldering look with a burgundy stained pout.

Lace-Up Oxford


Reed Krakoff

A sharp pair of oxfords adds a menswear flair to a ladylike skirt and cardigan. It's always good to keep people guessing.