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Three Pieces that Work for Summer’s Hot Looks

2 Comments 15 June 2009

Dark, skinny jeans are a big trend this summer, especially when worn with heels and a flirty, flowy top. Shoes this season are all about platforms and heels. Paired with the right jeans, they can make legs appear extra long and lean. And feminine jewelry is coming on strong, too. The gladiator cuff may look great for a night in a club, but sometimes nothing but sweet femininity will do.

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Iman sandals

Starting at the ground and working upward, these Gucci Iman Metallic T-Strap Sandals are super feminine in a totally confident way. They feature a metallic leather platform, cutouts, and gold hardware. Suede heels are 5 ½ inches tall, with a 1 ½ inch platform. The ankle straps are adjustable, and the lining and sole are leather. These scorching hot sandals are made in Italy, of course, and run true to size. Sale priced $771.30.

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J brand jeans

Next up are a pair of dark, skinny jeans with a torn knee detail. Made of a cotton/Lycra blend, these  J Brand Jeans Skinny Dark Vintage Jeans are made in the classic five-pocket style. $172.00.

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Bib necklace

Finally, play up your summer tan with this Chan Luu Bib Necklace with semi-precious polished stones. Stones are strung on a thin leather 17 inch cord with a sterling silver hook clasp. Available in pink mix, white mix, or yellow mix. $194.00.

Source: TheFind.com

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2 Comments so far

  1. Joan says:

    I bought a pair of Carhartt jeans about two years ago and they are still in great shape. I wear them to work almost daily. I’ll never throw them out.

  2. Chelsea Rae says:

    I wish the Gucci ‘Iman’ sandals were in my possession right now or ever, but unfortuately, they’re a bit too steep for my college student budget. I’ll just have to drool over photos of them.


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