Consider these your (S)Hot Girl Summer essentials.
And you can find most for under $50.
I, for one, have no idea.
The actor wore this currently-trending look on a beach in St. Tropez.
A month ago, I pitched an essay about the "perfect" spring and summer wardrobe. That essay is a little different now.
Not swimwear — the stuff you wear on top.
From mysterious burns to boob sweat.
Hawaiian shirts, colorful swimwear and lots of sunscreen.
I am a square who likes fabric and comfort and the illusion that I am far more together than I actually am.
For those times when sleeping naked just isn't an option.
Temperatures are rising and, with them, hemlines.
Who doesn't love a summertime wedding? The food, the booze, the overall merriment that goes with celebrating holy matrimony... But the dress codes that come along with all those summer wedding invitations aren't always so clear. 'Black Tie Optional'? Isn't masculine neckwear technically always an option? And 'Informal'--does that mean your go-to skinny-jeans-and-blazer combo is ok? Well, not exactly. On our quest to decode these oft-mystifying wedding dress codes, we spoke to three experts in the field of bridal etiquette: Rachel Leonard, the Fashion Director at Brides magazine; Kate Berry, the Style Director at Martha Stewart Weddings; and Sharon Naylor, the author of over 35 wedding books, including The Essential Guide to Wedding Etiquette and The Bride's Diplomacy Guide. Their helpful advice covers everything from proper accessories to appropriate hairstyles, and the ultimate wedding don'ts. Let's face it: No one wants to look out of place at an event, particularly when said event will result in photographs that will potentially be decking people's walls and Facebooks for generations and Timelines to come. Follow our expert guide to decoding wedding dress codes and you'll be perfectly wedding-guest dressed in no time, flat.