The New Yorker, “Carol’s Closet: Clothing for Adult Women”

Slip on these flattering lightweight wool trousers for your visit to Oberlin with Nathan. Their luxurious palazzo-style drape says, “Of course we can afford the tuition,” while their sturdy construction gives you the fortitude to steer your youngest child away from the sex-positive anarchist commune and toward the music conservatory. In Sand Dollar, Gooseberry, or Eleanor Roosevelt beige.

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