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Girls Just Want To Have Fun In Rebecca Minkoff Resort ‘14

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    Music lovers, get ready, because Rebecca Minkoff’s just-released resort ’14 collection appears to be a playful ode to Cyndi Lauper's classic jam, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun". With fierce tiger stripes, neon-color bursts, technicolor florals, and sexy silhouettes, it would be impossible not to have a blast in all of the flirty looks featured in the lookbook.

    Styles range from body-hugging dresses to geometric-patterned peplum skirts, with a few mini-skirts, pants, and pullovers for good measure. A tropical-bird print decorates numerous pieces in the collection— from a crisp, collared shirt to a flowing maxi-dress. And, we love how the model wears a bright, matte-pink lip to amp things up. Daring zipper accents pop on soft-pink pants and an electric-blue mini-dress. And, the open-toed, sky-high platforms take the looks to a whole new level. We’re smitten! Click through the collection ahead and start lusting for all of the looks now…can’t say we didn’t warn you.

    Photo: Courtesy of Rebecca Minkoff

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