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Top 10 Accessories for Summer 2005!

Whether your style is classic and simple or wild and funky, Kidzworld is here to give you the lowdown on the top accessory trends to bring out the fashionista in you. Read on for this season's hottest accessories!

#10. Wedges

Who says stunning sandals have to kill your feet? Unlike those ridiculously high stilettos, wedges give you instant height with cushioned comfort. Plus, most wedges are open-toed so that you can show off your polished toes!

#9. Sequined Headbands

The scarf headband was a totally hot hair accessory back in the '70s, and it's become trendy again for 2005. Whether you're sporting a short crop or long, wavy tresses, you'll look fab in a sequined headband. So ditch those trucker hats and tie one on!

#8. Straw Cowboy Hats

The straw cowboy hat is yee-haw comfy! It's a great way to protect your face and keep your head cool on sunny days. It looks equally chic with jeans, a sundress or a bathing suit.

#7. Gladiator Sandals

When in Rome, do as the Romans do! Well, even if you're not in Rome, you can still make a style statement with gladiator sandals, which are designed to wrap around your ankle for goddess-inspired glamor. For even more glam, get strappy metallic flats that wrap all the way up to your knees!

#6. Low-Slung Belts
If there's one accessory you buy this summer, make it a chunky leather woven belt. Buckle these beauties over a long tank or loose tunic top - they'll perk up your outfit in no time.

#5. Hippie Bags
These slouchy hippie bags are embellished with lots of embroidery and fringe. Tote them to the beach or the mall - they're big, so you can carry everything you need without having to make a pit stop at home.

#4. Chunky Bracelets

When it comes to chunky bracelets, more is definitely better. Wear three, four, even six bangles at a time, and mix wood, metal and plastic to get a good variety of patterns and textures.

#3. Oversized Shades

Take a cue from fabulously trendy celebs like Jessica Simpson and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and put on a pair of gigantic frames for an effortlessly cool girl look.

#2. Cowboy Boots

Ride 'em cowgirl! Cowboy boots are the sassy new "it" shoes in town and look best with a skirt and bare legs. And the more beaten up they are, the better they look.

#1. Beaded Necklaces

Be a boho babe with a big beaded necklace. This stylishly bold jewelry is the perfect compliment to whatever you're wearing. It looks dazzling on its own, or layered with your fave necklaces.

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    Favorite Accessory?

    • Gladiator sandals.
    • A chunky belt.
    • Big bangles and beaded necklaces.
    • Oversized shades.

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