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Easy Summer 2012 Fashion

Look pulled-together even when you feel like you’re melting: Slip into lightweight pieces. 

Model wearing red shirt and orange skirt
Jody Rogac

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Forever 21 Skirt
A breezy knee-length skirt in swingy polyester supplies enough coverage for even the most modest.
To buy: $23,

Monrow Top
This cotton-and-modal cropped tee looks red hot, but its loose cut provides a breath of fresh air.
To buy: $78, Prohibit, 212- 219-1469.

Sonya Renée Earrings
Faceted turquoise studs feel right at home in this southwestern-toned look.
To buy: $58,

Devora Libin Short Necklace 
A cluster of crystals may or may not ward off evil spirits, but they do look lovely suspended from a delicate 14-karat-gold-plated chain.
To buy: $90,

Alexandra Beth Long Necklace 
Rough-cut quartz is the perfect pairing for an otherwise-polished ensemble.
To buy: $98, for stores.

Mossimo Belt
Seed beads give this faux-leather belt a warm-weather vibe that will last from spring all the way through September’s Indian summers.
To buy: $13, for stores.

Call It Spring Sandals
Breathable woven fabric straps and a sturdy wedge make these sandals so comfortable, you won’t even miss your flats.
To buy: $60, for stores.

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