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Netflix's "Outer Banks" is back for season three, and that means more treasure-hunting action, hunky shirtless heartthrobs, and beachy fashion inspiration. You might routinely find yourself slamming that "Next Episode" button to see specifically what outfit Sarah Cameron (Madelyn Cline) will pull out of her closet next. Since season one, her wardrobe has been teeming with summer-ready crop tops, denim shorts, swimsuits, breezy open button-down shirts, and sundresses, all curated by series costume designer Emmie Holmes.
While Holmes told POPSUGAR via interview that last season mostly consisted of Sarah borrowing pieces from Kiara and John B (from the likes of affordable brands Volcom, Hurley, RVCA, Free People, and Good American), Sarah is now largely on her own and embracing a moment of soul searching. Throughout the transition from Poguelandia to Barbados, and then back home to the Outer Banks, Sarah mostly stays consistent with her rotation of cutoffs from American Eagle and PacSun, plus white Puma sneakers. Her bathing suits hail from Frankies Bikinis, Billabong, and RVCA this season, and, yes, her gray, seamless plunging bra top is still available to shop from Urban Outfitters — for just $25 at that.
While 25-year-old Cline's offscreen style is much more glamorous than Sarah's, with her looks curated by Mimi Cuttrell and ranging from cutout slips from Alexandre Vauthier to Stella McCartney runway suiting, it's safe to say she was at least inspired by her character when she arrived at the "OBX" season three premiere in a glittering blue maxi, also by McCartney. The floor-length number skimmed the floor, just barely revealing her metallic Jimmy Choo sandals that matched the color of the sand, her dress being reflective of the ocean.
One thing's for sure: "OBX" fans have grown accustomed to tracking Cline's ensembles. Of course, the laid-back Pogue aesthetic is a bit more attainable, and frankly more affordable. That's why we've uncovered every Sarah Cameron piece you can shop from season three and gathered the best moments from seasons one and two for your own reminiscing.
— Additional reporting by Victoria Messina