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6 Vintage Tees, 6 Statement Earrings: The Easiest Way To Master The High-Low Look

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    Sneakers and tailored trousers. Tees and pencil skirts. Sweatshirts and diamonds. A good high-low look is sort of our jam, and while it may look like a complex formula, achieving the perfect casual-to-fancy ratio can actually be quite simple.

    The easiest, most no-fail ingredients? A vintage tee or sweatshirt paired with a glitzy pair of statement earrings. Add anything from your favorite jeans to a pencil skirt to a pair of leather shorts, and you're golden.

    To make matters even easier (and why not?), we've pulled six awesome tees and sweatshirts and six pairs of gorgeous, sparkly earrings from vintage trove, Rerun — just for you! Only a few months old, this L.A.-based e-boutique prides itself on making each of its handpicked finds feel brand-new, and let's just say we've become fast fans.

    Click through to take a peek, and remember, all you have to do is keep on clicking to make 'em yours. This is full-service, people!

    Shop our favorite Rerun picks here!


    Photo: Courtesy of Rerun

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