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Lizzie Fortunato Resort '14 Puts The Punk In Pastel

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    With summer's arrival, we've had to ditch a few decorative layers — like sweaters and chunky socks, for instance — and sometimes, we're left feeling a bit underwhelmed in just jorts and a T-shirt. Well, there's an easy fix to said dilemma, and that is your bling. Lizzie Fortunato resort '14 dishes out a supreme dose of oo la la that takes eyes away from our simpler ensembles and onto killer pastel accoutrements that seriously pop.

    In their newest collection, twin sisters Elizabeth and Kathryn Fortunato have not ventured too far from the aviary, with feathery necklaces dripping with statement jewels. And standing by its signature fixation with flora and fauna, the superheroine collection includes cheerful citrus pieces of arm candy, softhearted petal-like earrings, and clutches dressed up in the season's freshest fruit.

    In a lineup that mixes peaches-and-cream colors with chunky metals, we're sure that even our simplest white tank will be looking more special than ever before. Check out all the newsest pretty-meets-punk pieces in the slides ahead.

    Photos: Courtesy of Lizzie Fortunato

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