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Spring Break Style Under $50

Mar 03, 2013

Spring Break is coming and no matter what you're doing, we want to help you do it in style! To make it even easier, we've broken it down into the essential must-haves. And the best bit? They're all under $50 so they won't break the bank. All you need is one really cool piece to update your style - a pair of stylish sunglasses, eye-catching sneakers or a fun dress is all you need to ramp up the style points for spring break! Check out our guide on how to look cute on the beach, in the city or just chilling at home...

1. Cute Printed Dress

We love this adorable printed dress from Forever21! Printed with little pink flowers, it will look good paired with anything from a little denim jacket, a hoodie or just a chunky cardigan for chilly nights. 

We love this printed dress from Forever 21, $18.75We love this printed dress from Forever 21, $18.75Courtesy of www.forever21.com
 

2. Chic Sandals

A pair of chic, go-anywhere sandals is a must-have for any holiday. These pink ones will add a pop of colour to every outfit and they're comfortable to boot! It's a win-win.

Pink braided sandals, $19.50Pink braided sandals, $19.50Courtesy of www.Delias.com
 

3. Super Stylish Bag

This cool Western style bag has major style points. With fringe and embroidery detail, it will go with everything and is easily carried cross-body style. 

American Eagle tassel bag, $29American Eagle tassel bag, $29Courtesy of www.ae.com
 

4. Shorts That Go With Everything

So much more stylish than a pair of denim shorts, this navy eyelet pair from Joe Fresh are so cute, we wish they came in different colours. Sure, denim shorts are a classic but if you want to update your spring wardrobe, look for shorts with extra detailing like this pair. Pair with a cute graphic t-shirt like this heart one from Delia's.

Joe Fresh navy eyelet shorts, $29Joe Fresh navy eyelet shorts, $29Courtesy of www.joefresh.com
 

Delia's heart t-shirt, $19.50Delia's heart t-shirt, $19.50Courtesy of www.delias.com
 

5. Cool Cover-Up

Accented with bold stripes, this denim jacket is perfect for clashing with colours and prints. 

Forever 21 striped denim jacket, $19.75Forever 21 striped denim jacket, $19.75Courtesy of www.forever21.com
 

6. Colourful Sneakers

The bright colour and sturdy rubber soles mean that these not only look great but will be a must-have for days when you have to walk a lot. And who wouldn't want to show these off?

Blue sneakers, $24Blue sneakers, $24Courtesy of www.joefresh.com
 

7. Fabulous Sunglasses

If you want to update your accessories collection for spring break, get a new pair of sunglasses - they'll instantly change your look! We are loving cat-eye shaped ones, check out this pair from Asos.com.

Asos.com cat-eye sunglasses, $20Asos.com cat-eye sunglasses, $20Courtesy of www.asos.com
 

8. Splashy Swimsuit

If you're lucky enough to be beside a beach or pool this spring break, make sure you do it in style with a cute printed swimsuit like this one from Delia's! Colour and leopard print? Yes please!

Delia's purple leopard swimsuit, $39.50Delia's purple leopard swimsuit, $39.50Courtesy of www.delias.com
 

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JennyD

JennyD wrote:

that dress is so cute
commented: Fri Aug 16, 2013

brunostar

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0.0
commented: Fri Apr 26, 2013

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i love fashion
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