Twin Peaks: A Style Revival

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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

$530

Isabel Marant Etoile

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

Mom Jeans

$40

H&M

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

$428

Pendelton

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

Houndstooth Pattern Midi Skirt

$523

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.

Cardigan

$249

Marc by Marc Jacobs

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

Out n About Leather Boot

$110

Sorel

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

Be Legendary Long Wear Lip Lacquer in After Dark

$24

Smashbox

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

Lace-Up Oxford

$695

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.