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5 Under $50: Neon Flash




Sorry for the lack of posts, I seem to have caught the Fashion Week flu so I'm home recuperating. But in the last week, I saw enough runway shows and street style to inspire me for months. One of the trends I was loving the most among the fashionable show-goers had to be neon! Some subtle, some not-so-subtle pops of neon yellow, orange and pink added a jolt of color and energy to mostly neutral looks. Here are 5 ways to inject a pop of neon into your wardrobe now for under $50...

{The Inspiration (from left): A bright bag that I spotted at Fashion Week, A Pair & a Spare's neon denim; Nanette Lepore's Spring 2012 runway}


Xhilaration for Target Neon Orange Top Handle Bag $19.99


Rock Candy Neon Lime Blouse $38.99


GB Gianni Bini Bright Color Skinny Pants $44


Juicy Couture Neon Bracelet $14.99 (down from $38)


Gap Neon City Flats $39.95


Comments
Sorry, neon isn't for me. I think it suits very few people...
#1 Anna im Wunderland (Homepage) on 2012-02-15 12:37 (Reply)
i love it!! I really love all the bold colors coming out right now, it adds instant personality to an outfit!
#2 Liz on 2012-02-15 13:30 (Reply)
The pink flats are adoreable. I have an L.V. wallet with neon pink graffiti that is my fave piece. (It was actually my push present a few years back.) :-) Neon seems to keep coming back and I love it, in small doses that is.
#3 shoppingirl on 2012-02-15 18:06 (Reply)
I plan on buying 2 or 3 skinny neon belts for spring. Cheap way to add pops of color for the spring, but not get too carried away with the neon. Easy on my budget also.
#4 jen_cam on 2012-02-15 23:36 (Reply)
I went to go buy the neon handle bag at Target like a couple of weeks ago, completely sound out. Target has seriously been on their A-game and I am impressed.
#5 Nicole @ Giraffelegs (Homepage) on 2012-02-16 12:31 (Reply)
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