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Best Shopping Spots for Spring Break Fashion!

  • Mar 7, 2010
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Hey College Fashionistas!

Spring Break is rapidly approaching and we all want to look cute on the beach as well as out at night, so I've compiled a short list of the BEST spots to shop on a college budget for the latest fashion trends!

AERIE: (www.ae.com/aerie) Aerie has some SUPER cute bathing suits and bathing suit cover-ups for your beach vacation! My favorite is the Aerie Tie-Neck Cover that retails for only 24.50! The even have a whole section of bathing suits, comfy shorts, boyfriend tanks, frilly tanks and accessories for the beach listed on the site as "Spring Break Under $25" that is definitely worth checking out!

Charlotte Russe
: (www.charlotterusse.com) Charlotte Russe offers some of the trendiest, cheapest shoes and sandals that are great on a budget for a night out to dinner and partying after! You NEED a pair of cage, platform sandals to complete your dressier ensembles this spring break. My favorite are the Strappy Peep-Toe Sandals at Charlotte Russe for only 36.50!

Wet Seal: (www.wetseal.com) Ditch those flip flops! They're so boring and out of style, instead, upgrade to a cute pair of Gladiator sandals to wear to the beach with your bathing suit. Accessorize with a cover up, tribal jewelry, and a printed head scarf, and you'll be the most stylish fashionista on the beach! Wet Seal has some really cute and affordable gladiators to match any swimsuit! These Basic Gladiator Sandals are only 24.50 and come in brown and black. Check out the metallics as well!

Old Navy: (www.oldnavy.com) Old Navy has a great assortment of solid and printed maxi dresses for under $35, and the bulk of them are under $20. These are great for going out at night with your new tan, tousled hair, gladiator sandals, and tribal jewelry. Accessorize with a large necklace or big bangle and you'll be looking hott without showing too much skin. LESS IS MORE ladies! My favorite is the Braided Strap Floral Maxi Dress.

Be safe and have fun fashionistas, and don't forget to check out www.collegefashionista.com for more spring trends!
 

Tie-Neck Cover-Up- Aerie Strappy Peep-Toe Sandal- Charlotte Russe Basic Gladiator Sandal- Wet Seal Braided Strap Maxi Dress- Old Navy

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March 14, 2010
Spotted this in the weekly newsletter. Great suggestions, Stacey. I love all of these stores and will check out all your tips specifically. Thanks for sharing! :)
 
March 10, 2010
What a great article! It makes me want to go out and buy a whole new spring wardrobe immediately!
 
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Quick Tip by . March 11, 2010
Spring is my favorite time of the year! Thanks for sharing your fabulous style tips, Fashionistas!
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LOVE LOVE LOVE! Great tips, ladies!
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Fashion is a kaleidoscope of the times; what we wear not only reflects ourselves and our personal identities, but also reflects the spirit of the moment. My name is Stacey Thomas, and I am originally … more
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Spring Break is the time of the year, usually around mid-to-late March, when many schools reccess for 1-2 weeks. Also called "March Break" or "Spring Recess".
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