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Be a festival goddess this summer in cool crochet

Hey there, dancing queen. There’s no better way to channel the free-spirited ‘70s than with a little crochet. No, we’re not talking about the kind your grandma wears. Start transitioning your wardrobe from spring to summer with these five super-trendy crochet items.


Chevron love
Surf’s up in this exotic-patterned crochet bikini. We heart the awesome color combo. Pair with solid bottoms for the mix-‘n’-match look.

Multi-Print Crochet String Bikini, $20,

Sweet summer staple
This sweet strapless number is so perfect for your big sister’s grad party! Accent the look with some turquoise jewelry and strappy sandals and you’re set.
Crochet Ruched Strapless Dress, $32,

Boho babe
We’re all about the hippie-chic look of this turquoise crochet tank! Layer with a bright tank underneath of course--try a contrasting salmon hue to really make the colors pop. Rock it with your cutoffs every day this summer.

Layla tank, $33-$35,

It’s in the bag
Hit the sand (or the mall) with this woven crochet tote this summer. Your must-haves? Sunnies, sunscreen and the latest issue of GL, of course! Guaranteed fun in the sun.

Crochet bag, $20,


Knit kicks
Add just a hint of crochet with these cute n’ comfy flats. Match ‘em with a printed sundress for all your summer concerts and family bbqs. Party on!

Soda Faddy Beige Crocheted Ballet Flats, $22,

BY KATHRYN SHOFER ON 5/18/2012 12:00:00 AM

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