(warning: infantilization ahead)
  1. English schoolboy
    Elements: Button down, sweater, blazer, insouciant attitude. Source: Steven Alan. Theme song: The Buzzcocks, "What Do I Get"
  2. French schoolgirl
    Elements: Skirt w/ collared shirt, Wednesday Addams type dress. Source: APC, Reformation. Theme song: Jane Birkin, "Orang outan"
  3. Camp counselor
    Elements: Jeans/overalls, old tees, sneakers. Source: my mother's 80s/90s discards. Theme song: Cat Stevens, "Where Do The Children Play"
  4. 1960s baby doll
    Elements: Micro minis and rompers, age-inappropriate hair styles optional. Source: East village & Williamsburg thrift stores. Theme song: Dusty Springfield, "Windmills of Your Mind"
  5. Ladies of the Canyon
    Elements: Mexican dresses, jumpsuits, undone hair & makeup. Source: San Fernando valley thrift stores. Theme song: Dory Previn, "Coldwater Canyon"
  6. Masha in "The Seagull"
    Elements: all black, all the time. Source: Creatures of Comfort, Opening Ceremony. Theme song: Martha Wainwright, "Bloody Motherfucking Asshole"
  7. Miss Havisham in "Great Expectations"
    Elements: The oldest and most broken down princess dresses, distressed rabbit fur coats. Source: the saddest junk store on the side of some godforsaken road. Theme song: Fiona Apple, "Hot Knife"
  8. William Styron in "Darkness Visible"
    Elements: Haven't bathed or put on underwear for weeks. Sweatpants optional. Source: the very bottom. Theme song: Bonnie Prince Billy, "I Am Drinking Again"