Old Navy – Old Navy is the place to go for summer tops. It offers t-shirts, tanks and camis in every color, shape and style … with inexpensive, matching cardigans, shorts and flip-flops. The t-shirts are 100% cotton and range from classic to smock to crocket-trimmed and ruffled jersey. Usually, $6-$15, there are always promotions, so you can pick up a t-shirt for $3 and a pair of flip-flops at $1 on sale days.
Forever 21 – This retailer stocks a wide selection of ultra chic sunglasses with 100% UV protection. Why wear sunglasses that don't shield your pupils from the sun, when you get fashion and protection for $6.50, or less? I found a snazzy pair for $1.50. If they are lost, no big deal.
H&M – Is the place to go for ankle and no-show socks. Lots of colors and patterns at unbeatable prices. 7 pairs for $10 and less. And while there, you will likely find a trendy dress, skirt, or trousers for a few bucks.
Express – Carries adorable, well-make, graphic canvas totes, leather shoulder bags and patent-leather, quilted wristlets with lots of compartments and other bells and whistles. Costs: $15.90-$49.90. Sign up for their emails to get $20 coupons and up to 40% off.
Lands' End – Lands' End is where men and women will always find great value and super, well-crafted clothes. I love their assortment of "trekker" Mary Janes and sandals, as well as, the "water shoes." If you work-out on a trend mill or run, you'll still need traditional sneakers. For everything else, from riding a bike to long-distance walking in the woods, or on city concrete, Lands' End's trekker shoes will support your feet. I love them because they add style when paired with dresses, leggings, jeans and shorts. Wearing mine, I seldom put on sneakers anymore. Look casual smart at $29.50-$39.50.