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Ask BB: Can You Find Stacy Keibler's Ikat Jumpsuit Look for Less?

[I spotted] Stacy Keibler wearing the sickest jumpsuit I have ever seen – I NEED ONE. Can you do a post about awesome (affordable!) one-pieces? —Kat

Jumpsuits and rompers have really gone mainstream which means you can find lots of affordable options. Some are classier than others so just put on your good-taste goggles to sort the haute from the not. Here are some fab jumpsuits under $55 you might like (none quite as amazing as Stacy's but pretty darn close)...

Off the Rack: Target June Highlights

Yesterday I made a trip to Target to see what was new. I haven't been there in a couple weeks (the horror) and while many items were picked over, like the colored skinnies, there was still plenty to ogle. Most notably: Brightly colored dresses of the maxi and hi-lo variety, maxi skirts, short flouncy skirts, breezy tie-neck blouses and colorful cropped pants (similar to J. Crew). Highlights included a fully lined white dress by Merona that looked expensive and wasn't see-through; a blue and orange stripe pencil skirt; easy breezy colorblock tops like this one which we all loved at Target's fall press preview.

But I was a woman on a mission to recreate two outfit ideas from my Westfield Style shopping trip. I wanted to recreate the look my "personal stylist" was wearing that day as well as the purple-pants-look she suggested for me (see both here). To that end, I bought purple cropped pants and a geometric print dress with a hint of yellow which I plan on topping with a denim jacket and pairing with these neon earrings. Additionally, I finally bought two pairs of shoes that I've been eying for eons - the Pearce nude pump and Kaelyn bootie. I hope both live up to all the great reviews I've read online.

Click through for more off-the-rack eye candy. Anything catch your eye? What have you purchased (or passed up) at Target this month?

BB Exclusive: Save 30 Percent at Reverent Style

There's a new online boutique on my radar called Reverent Style and they've got all the makings of a budget fashion success: Fresh fashions under $100, including feminine tops, colorful dresses, cool jewelry and cute shorts and skirts. Plus, they're giving BB readers a warm welcome with an exclusive 30 percent off coupon code. Let's get shopping, shall we?

Use code BUDGETBABE at Reverent Style to get 30% off your purchase. Valid thru Thursday 6/28/12 at 6pm EST.

{BB's picks: 1. Halter top maxi dress ($45) 2. Classic blazer in green ($43) 3. Collar necklace ($23) 4. High-waist shorts ($27) 5. Tiered tunic top ($34)}

5 Under $50: Polka Dots

What is it about polka dots that makes us instantly giddy? Maybe it's because this timeless print can be sweet or sexy, proper or posh. And on a sheer blouse or sleeveless dress, polka dots feel ever-so-summery.

Here are five polka-dot pieces under $50 to pique your interest right now (click any image to shop)...

{Shown above (from left): Miranda Kerr, Jessica Alba (in Tory Burch) and Kate Upton all look pretty in polka dots.}

The Look for Less: Ann Taylor Neon Necklace

Like many of you, I'm obsessed with Ann Taylor's neon "sunburst" necklaces which come in yellow, pink or orange. You can cave and pay $78 or wait patiently for a sale. You could also use a coupon (the CouponSherpa mobile app currently has one for 40% off any one full price item), or sign up for Ann Taylor newsletters and get 20% off.

If you're looking for a slightly cheaper alternative, t + j Designs has some eye-catching neon necklaces that might be just what you've been craving. These beauties range from $38-$40, and they have other sparkle for even less.

Another option comes from fashion-blogger-favorite Spike the Punch. I was late to the Spike the Punch lovefest and now it seems most styles are out of stock, but I'm sure they will replenish their neon necklaces eventually. Most are $50.

Finally, I picked up a clear crystal necklace from Forever 21 a few months ago now and plan on painting it (eventually) with neon nail polish, so there's always the DIY route.

If you've found a great neon necklace on a budget, let us know in the comments!