This is what happens when your access to Sutton’s Magical Closet is suddenly cut off. Tragic.

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But she certainly knows how to channel Sutton when she has to. The blazer shows she means business, but the patterned top keeps the ensemble from looking too politician’s wife.

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Even better is this next one. Not only is it completely on trend (though it could’ve used a pop of color), it’s got daytime sequins, tempered with a sweet peter pan collar.

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Laurel is, of course, the Queen of Accessorizing. That belt! The bangle! I’m almost inclined to say the top looks better on her than on Sutton.

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Can we just talk, for a second, about Mads’ fab shoes? Totally not practical for running to classes, but the mustard yellow and olive green combination is genius.

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Oh, hi Char! Love the lace skirt.

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Couldn’t get a clear picture of her printed dress, but can we focus on the awesomeness of her leather jacket? Love the cut, love the detailing. Total comeback from her Char-esque outfit earlier.

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Not a fan of the top, but the blazer? Very reminiscent of the one she wore when she and Emma first met, and definitely a favorite of mine.

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I like the very on-trend colored jeans, but I’m not quite sure what to make of the flowered top and jean jacket. It’s a cross between a Fourth of July outfit and something old!Emma would have worn.

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I did, however, like her jacket here, with its leather trim. Paired with the electric blue top, it’s stunning.

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Definitely not Fourth of July wear.