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Top Summer Fashion Trends for 2011

Use just a hint of neon to avoid going overboard

Hot temperatures mean hot fashion trends for the summer. While 80s fashion trends are still in, the 70s are making a huge comeback. 2010 was all about military coats, but this year is all about chic-biker jackets.

Spring fashion week inspired these summer fads, and if you don’t want to be stuck in 2010, I suggest you update your wardrobe with these must-have styles:

Neon colors: The brighter the better, baby. Neon pinks and oranges were a hit this spring fashion week, and they are here to stay at least through the summer. Wear hints of neon colors to keep you from looking like a rainbow and giving others a headache. Wear some bright ballet flats or a neon cami underneath a dark cardigan or blazer.

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Hottest Prom Trends for 2011

Halston Heritage, Nordstrom BP, David's Bridal, ABS by Allen Schwartz

High School prom is, for many teenage girls, the most monumental night of their high school careers. Along with graduation, finding out your SAT scores and receiving your first college acceptance letter, picking out a senior prom dress is a memorable moment that you’ll hopefully look back on as a wonderful beginning to the celebration that is your transition from high school to college.

They’ll be numerous pictures and Twit Pics taken and Flip Cam videos uploaded to Facebook for you to remember the night forever, so you definitely want to make sure you’re looking and feeling your best!

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Vera Wang: The Runway Looks You’ll Want to Steal

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Vera Wang’s 2011 spring collection claimed an unusual inspiration: Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill. Shown yesterday at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York, the collection was thankfully free of yellow jumpsuits and crimson gore. It consisted of Asian-inspired garments with a touch of boyish tailoring. Nonetheless, the show exemplified several trends you’ll want to wear this spring.

Top Trends:

1. Kimono-Inspired Dress
Look for patterned silks, wide folds and asymmetrical necklines.

2. Knots at the Waist

From rope belts with shorts to origami details at the waist of dresses, these details echo the look of an obi.

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