15 Styles Under $50 We'll be Wearing all Summer Long

Glamour

Well, howdy summer—glad you’ve finally arrived! Now that you lovely ladies have the sun, you’ll need some cute ‘n’ versatile summer styles to live in all season long. We’ve picked out 15 of the best ones—and they’re all under $50.

Collared sleeveless dress

Fille the Love Dress, $48, modcloth.com






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Tie-dye tunic top

CALYPSO St. Barth for Target Tie-Dye Print Crochet-Bib Tunic, $37, target.com





Beaded bangle bracelet

Beaded Track Bangle by Freedom, $28, topshop.com








Polka-dot high-waisted shorts

Dot High-Waisted Jean Short, $34.50, delias.com





Striped sleeveless dress

Colorblock Stripe Knit Dress, $31.50, delias.com








Tribal collar necklace

Neon Bead Collar Necklace by Freedom, $35, topshop.com










Gold slip-on sandals

Coconuts Mimosa Sandal, $50, dsw.com










Scoop-neck tank dress

CDC Solid Dress, $31.50, delias.com







Colorful zig-zag bangles

Zig Zag Bangle Pack by Freedom, $35, topshop.com









Green denim shorts

Raw Edge Roll-Up Shorts, $50, gap.com





Mini-crossbody purse

Yellow Colour Block Mini Cross Body Bag, $40, topshop.com







Distressed denim shorts

Raw Edge Roll-Up Shorts, $35, gap.com



Multicolor striped tank top

Blue Varigated Deckchair Stripe Tank Top, $36, topshop.com







Keyhole drawstring dress

CALYPSO St. Barth for Target Print Dress, $37, target.com





Cozy tulip skirt

California Fleece Tulip Skirt, $32, americanapparel.net






 

 

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