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The warm weather and sunnier days that come along with summer call for a wardrobe switch-up. Enjoy the summer to the fullest with some of the season’s hottest trends. From bold colors to lively patterns, check out some of the pieces we can’t wait to add to our wardrobe:
Dare to Be Bold
Go bold this season with a bright statement blouse. Have fun pairing these pieces with a contrasting bold color, such as with a bright pair of earrings, or balance the statement by choosing a more neutral color to match. If you’re not ready to dive head-first into the brightness, try pairing bold accessories – like a jewel-toned pair of sandals – with a more neutral ensemble for a pop of color.
Make a Statement with Sunnies
Express yourself with a fun pair of sunglasses! Oversized or heart-shaped sunglasses can add a festive, summery pop to any outfit on or off the beach. Sunglasses are also important to keep your eyes safe from harsh summer rays – use your AARP member discount to receive $10 off prescription or non-prescription sunglasses at select retailers.
Spot the Season
Move over, gingham! Polka dots are making a comeback. This pattern is simple to incorporate into your seasonal wardrobe: Try pairing a dotted workwear blouse or a spotted sundress with pearl accessories for an added retro vibe.
Give Summer the Cold Shoulder
Keep cool with a ‘cold shoulder’ cut-out blouse. Perfect for a casual day outdoors and easy to transition into a more formal night outfit, these tops are made for enjoying weekends out!
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