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2007 Summer Fashion Preview

School's out and summer fashions are in! Whether your summer vacation plans include jetting off to Australia or kickin' it at the local beach, check out the trends that'll keep you lookin' cool and casual throughout the hot summer days.

Stick to bright colors like orange and yellow.
Girl's Summer Fashion

2007 Summer Fashion - Girls

Since you'll be sporting a bathing suit under your clothes 24/7, wear stuff that's easy to throw on, like shorts, a tank top or a sundress. Before you hit the beach, do a DIY project by cutting a pair of old jeans into short-shorts, and stick to bright colored tops like orange and yellow - they'll show off your tan better! You'll also need a bag to tote all your essential goods, like sunglasses, sunscreen, a beach towel, your MP3 player and the latest must-read book.

Stick to comfortable shorts and T-shirts cuz you'll be playing a lot of sports.
Guy's Summer Fashion

2007 Summer Fashion - Guys

Summer isn't the season to wear your Sunday's best every day. Not only is it hot, but you're also going to be playing a ton of sports, from surfing to beach volleyball, so you'll be workin' up a sweat. Shorts and a T-shirt are your best bet, so grab a pair of athletic shorts that are comfortable enough for you to spike that v-ball or get around town on your skateboard, and choose a tee that was made to be worn on the beach (Hurley, Billabong and Quicksilver are good brands to check out).

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Jelly3 posted in Style:
Jeans and a top 
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