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A sheer shirt with a cute print like polka dots is pretty
and fun. Plus, you can wear it with shorts through the rest of the sweltering
summer or into fall with jeans and flats.
Ruffled Polka Dot Shirt, $20, forever21.com
There’s nothing more glam than pale sequins for daytime.
Pair this sleeveless sweater with denim shorts for a casual look now, and layer
it over a button-down later.
Knit Top, $17, forever21.com
A lace cami in a bright, fun color is perfect for underneath
a buttoned up shirt or cardigan. It’ll just barely peek through and look super
pretty with any outfit.
Cami, $20, aerie.com
Dainty, sparkly rings are an easy addition to a school day
getup. A few rings stacked on the same finger are super chic.
Sugar Stack Ring, $18, francescascollection.com
A dress in a pretty color and a flattering fit is a definite
wardrobe essential. Plus, a cinched waist looks amazing on every body type. If
you’re lacking some curves, it will give you more shape. A dress like this is
great for the rest of your summer but can also be worn into the fall by rocking
it with a sweater and boots.
Sleeveless Dress, $25, target.com
High-low skirts are super trendy right now. It’s the perfect
way to show off a little leg—but not too much!
High-Low Skirt, $20, forever21.com
A pair of glittery ballet flats is more universal than you’d
think. They go with practically everything, and you can wear them pretty much
all year round.
Glitter Ballet Flats in Gold, $20, target.com
Peplum tops are so sweet and feminine. But the best part?
They’re flattering on everyone. If you’re curvy, it will draw eyes away from
your tummy and down to the pretty ruffle. If you’re on the thinner side, it
will give you more of a shape. Love this with a basic blazer and your favorite
jeans come fall.
Peplum Tank in Black, $20, urbanoutfitters.com
Colored skinnies are an easy way to bring some major color
into your wardrobe. Wear them now with breezy tank tops and later with
long-sleeved shirts and printed scarves.
Skinny Pants in Green, $16, forever21.com
A pretty necklace with multiple chains looks so luxe on your
neck against your amazing summer tan. One with sparkly charms is equal parts
glam and sweetly simple.
Necklace Set, $15, alloy.com
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