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Summer fashion trend
Summer fashion trend
11. The big tote:

The ‘tote’ gets our vote as the bag for this summer. It’s our home away from home, carrying all the classic essentials such as the wallet, the IPod mini, that bar of Snickers, our current ‘quick-read’ and everything else to keep our act together. It can be big enough to stuff all the summer essentials and is available in plenty of shapes, materials and colors from solid hues to nudes to prints. Trendy and fashionable, the tote bag is like god-sent. Known for her collection of beautiful bags, Reese Witherspoon is seen carrying an orange Fendi Tote, perfectly complementing her orange sundress.

12. Swimsuit:

This list of summer essentials would be incomplete without the most important and fashionable summer essential – the swimsuit. The heat outside can be daunting but a dip in the water is equally tempting. Coupled with the season’s collection of amazing swimwear we have double the incentive to go out, go baring and go chilling by the sea side. There is a swimwear for every occasion – be it the poolside party with friends, the weekend gateway to the beach or the trip to your favorite summer holiday destination. One of the most popular trends in swimwear is the digital print, which includes soft florals, cityscapes and abstract patterns. Other popular trends to pick up a swimsuit or a bikini from are color block, cutout, fringe, highwaisted , sporty and vintage. For the ones who already have a huge collection of bikinis, you can go mismatching bikini tops & bottoms, to set yourself apart. Victoria Secret Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosia looks stunning in this digital printed, frilled bikini.

13. Tunic tops and Ganjis

Since summers can be harsh and hot, tunic tops and ganjis are an easy and breezy wear. They are light and fashionable and can be paired with right accessories, bottoms and foot wear. Make sure you apply sunscreen as the sun rays may harm your skin and you can always wear a scarf to not expose your skin to the harsh sunlight.