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It's the belt that pushes it from two simple basics into a coordinated outfit territory. (And one with a bit of retro, '40s style charm.) Click through to shop the look.
Vertical stripes just feel slightly fresher than now-ubiquitous horizontal ones. Click through to shop the look.
Instead of pairing a red top with blue bottoms or vice versa, surprise people by colorblocking with your bag. Click through to shop the look.
Ditch stripes or stars for a cool graphic print that feels slightly arsty and Marni-esque. Click through to shop the look.
Pick a top that does the multi-color stripe thing in an interesting way. Click through to shop the look.
Use your shoes to mix in red or blue. (We like velvet slippers instead of sandals, because they give everything a preppy, Blair Walfdorf-y charm.) Click through to shop the look.
Instead of cutoffs, reach for red shorts—especially ones with a punchy print like these. Click through to shop the look.
Toss a blue printed top over a red one (or vice versa) for a nonchalant, layered look no one else will have. Click through to shop the look.