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If one of the Middleton sisters doesn't already own this, we'll eat our hat fascinator.
When temperatures soar, there's nothing like a breezy crossover top to help you keep you cool.
Proof that you can wear orange and black together without looking like a walking advertisement for Halloween.
Just a little bit dizzying—kinda like summer itself.
With an eye-catching print designed by tattoo artist Thomas Hooper, this'll give you all the thrill of getting inked—without the pain or permanence.
Have yourself a star-spangled summer.
Sick of the traditional peplum? Try this gorgeous draped bustle-style one instead and instantly fulfill your secret desire to dress like a Louisa May Alcott heroine.
The light n' breezy, sweltering-weather sister to your favorite long-sleeved breton top.
Vroom vroom.
All the look of layering without all the bulk. Perfection.
Just the right amount of Elizabethan.
That cutaway back's not for the meek.
A little bit Chloé, a little bit '70s YSL—and with the price tag of neither.
We love the '70s quality of this uber-bold blossom print.
Tucked into a black skater skirt and worn with wedges, it's more appropriate for cocktails than Coachella.
Classic pastel stripes get a radio-wave makeover.
Pair with skinny denim or second-skin leather pants for a perfect proportion play.
A jeweled neckline makes this one dinner-party-ready. Just watch out for spills!
You've tried color-blocking and texture-blocking—but what about floral-blocking? It's time, folks. It's time.