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Navy, neon, and neutrals go perfectly together. You know I love bright colors, but I've really been incorporating more navy into my wardrobe the season. Navy is such a great alternative to black for the warmer month. Toss all of that together and you get a great result!
Now let's talk about the centerpiece of this outfit--the skirt. When I ran out to JCP recently, this skirt caught my caught my eye and I had to have it! It is the perfect skirt for summer--bright neon color, lace, and great length. You can really dress it up, or you can give it a more casual vibe with a tee, like I did here. It can go anywhere from the office to a wedding. If you're just going to invest in just one new skirt this summer, then this is it! I was able to snag it for cheap--it was a doorbuster for $19.99 and I had a $15 off coupon (never shop JCP without a coupon).
The wedges I'm wearing are so on trend for summer. These were a bargain at Target and pick up the style points of more expensive versions with their neutral tone and simple straps. The wedges also pair great with my pom-pom clutch. I see the clutch and wedges working together with a lot of different outfits. For jewelry, my necklace picks up the color of the skirt without being perfectly matchy, and the bracelet adds a little bling while breaking from the color-blocking.
I'm also in love with these sunglasses! Last year I was all about black sunglasses in different shapes. This year, I'm really liking oversized shades with unexpected colors. I picked this pair up at Urban Outfitters on date night and I'm really pleased with them. They're a great shape for my face and a fun addition to my outfits.
Skirt: JC Penney's
Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters
Clutch: Francescas's (sold out online)
Bracelet: Purple Peridot
Necklace: Walmart (similar, similar
Please excuse my hair. It was super windy when we were shooting, so my hair ended up all over the place. In case you're wondering, that's three-day curls. You can read more about my hair routine here and here. Also, the sky kept going from overcast to sunny (lots of clouds with sunshine in-between), which accounts for the color variations on the skirt. The first couple of photos nail the color of the skirt in real life.
What's your one must-have piece for summer?