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By Allison Klausmeier 

Spring break is in less than two weeks! So now is the time to do some last minute shopping before you jet off on your vacation. Here are a few essential pieces that can make packing a little bit easier, no matter what your budget is.

ALACE

A little lace shift dress can take you from a day of shopping or sight seeing to a nice dinner or a night on the town. It looks great for day with some gold sandals and a lightweight jacket or cardigan, then it transitions easily to night by switching out your sandals for a pair of nude heels or wedges and simple jewelry. And since a lace shift dress can be worn in many different ways, it’ll save you space in your luggage.

ASCALLOP

Scalloped swimwear started showing up everywhere last summer, and it seems to be sticking around this year. The scalloped edges are a great twist on classic swimwear, and they are available on a wide variety of pieces. So, no matter what your body type or your budget, you should be able to find one that works for you.

ALEATHER

You want to be comfortable while traveling and sight seeing, so light layers are key. A leather jacket will keep you warm while you make your way out of snowy Michigan, but it is light enough to work in the warmer climate that you might be traveling to as well. Skinny jeans and a loose fitting tank top can take you from the airport, to the city, out shopping, and out to eat. Plus, a loose fitting tank can also serve as a cover-up for your new scalloped bikini. And ankle boots are great when traveling. They are comfortable enough that you can walk around in them all day, plus they are easy to get on and off when going through airport security.

Just add in a few accessories and some essentials that work for your particular destination and you’re sure to have a comfortable and stylish spring break wardrobe!

If you would like to inquire about any of the featured products above, post below and we’ll let you know where to find it. In each photo, the products on the left are less expensive and the products on the right are pricier.

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