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2004 Summer Fashion Preview

Summer's here and school's finally out! If that doesn't get you excited, then wait 'til you check out the new summer fashions! Whether you're lounging at a pool party or spending lazy afternoons at the beach, get ready to chill out in the hot sun with this season's casual chic styles.

Summer Trends - Color, Color and More Color!

Black is always in style, but this summer, think color. Refreshing tones are in, so get ready to ride the fashion wave wearing anything from sunny yellows to citrus oranges! Although pink is still popular, lavender is creeping into the wardrobe palette and could possibly become the new pink.

Summer Trends - Cool Chica

This summer's styles are all about graphic t-shirts and flirty minis. The breezy styles and comfy fabrics are perfect for keeping you feeling and looking cool in the hot weather. As for your feet, step out in the ultimate warm-weather kicks - flip-flops! They're no longer considered just beach shoes, so slip on some colorful flip-flops and pair them with a funky t-shirt. They'll take you from the mall to that hottie's beach bash!

Summer Trends - Twice is Nice

One of summer's essential must-haves is the tank, but think twice about this one - literally. The layered look is all the rage, so pair two tanks in different colors. You can also layer a tank under a sheer t-shirt.

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    "AnnaOfExquizurd" wrote:Assuming you're around the average weight for a ten-year-old, you're probably not fat. My best friend's ten-year-old sister weighs close to that much, and she looks nowhere near fat. But even if you're shorter than most, I wouldn't worry about it until a lot later in your life, because kids tend to "grow into" their weight. BMI isn't always accurate, too, though; my BMI marks me as overweight, but I'm told by lots of people I'm average-looking.If you want to worry about it now anyways, I'd talk to a pediatrician or your parents or some other adult before taking action, and listen to any advice they may have.
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    Assuming you're around the average height for a ten-year-old, you're probably not fat. My best friend's ten-year-old sister weighs close to that much, and she looks nowhere near fat. But even if you're shorter than most, I wouldn't worry about it until a lot later in your life, because kids tend to "grow into" their weight. BMI isn't always accurate, too, though; my BMI marks me as overweight, but I'm told by lots of people I'm average-looking. If you want to worry about it now anyways, I'd talk to a pediatrician or your parents or some other adult before taking action, and listen to any advice they may have.
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