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Between the print and the price, this one's pretty hard to resist.
Pullover cozy, sheath dress polished.
A sporty alternative for girls who don't like jeans or track pants.
Sailor stripes are always in season.
For a Saint Laurent-inspired look, buy a star sweater to match.
Has that dancer-off-duty ease.
Get a second look by just belting it.
The eye-catching pattern and slimming fit make this a killer party dress.
Flouncy skirts and polka dots go together like chocolate and peanut butter.
Just add tights and boots for a day at the office.
High-low hems are a good excuse to wear really great shoes.
Just the right base for a statement necklace.
This bottom layer makes the difference between packing your summer dresses up now or in October.
Easy to transition to cooler temperatures with a cropped cable knit and knee-high equestrian boots.
So cute with ankle boots and an oversized cardigan.
Seamlessly shifts from work to happy hour with a simple shoe change.
This + a cropped moto jacket + lace-up sandal pumps = a perfect September outfit.
Wear it like Rihanna would, with a choker and upper-arm cuff.
Layer it on top of a tissue-thin turtleneck.
Has an "I'm with the band" kind of cool factor.
Get the look of separates without any awkward adjusting.
Daisy Buchanan goes to Bollywood.
For a 21st-century Kelly Kapowski.
Surf skills not required.
Polka dots need not be twee.
You can make this more casual by wearing it over a tight white tee.
Effie Trinket would totally wear this. (With teetering Alexander McQueen heels, obviously.)
Go light on accessories—the sexy sihouette's statement enough.
Symmetrical hemlines are overrated.
Up close, the fabric has such a pretty paisley pattern.
Use a skinny neon belt to accent your waistline.
All eyes are on you, kid.
Take it as a compliment when people meow at you.
A fancy party dress on a kegger budget.
If you're not over Prada's Spring 2013 collection yet.
Could've been lifted from the Moonrise Kingdom costume closet.
We'd love this floral shirtdress even if it wasn't from 3.1 Phillip Lim or under $40 (but those two things sure do help).
On chillier days, layer it with a bright white turtleneck tee and knee-high black boots.
The most ladylike way to do overalls.
There's something so luxurious about it's rich brocade-y print.
The roomy pockets really sold us.
If you like your chambray a little less preppy.
Your basic LBD with an extra something special.
So completely Kate Middleton, we wouldn't be surprised if she already owns it.
For cooler evenings, wear it under a cropped denim bomber.
Especially lovely with a orange-red lipstick.
Say you got it from a tiny thrift shop in New Mexico.
Indulge your inner Angela Chase.