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Shop The Wacky Sass & Bide Resort Lookbook Right Now

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    We like the stranger side of fashion. You know, those unconventional, slightly peculiar, but kind of totally awesome things you can't not make your own. And, apparently, so do Sarah-Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton of sass & bide. The design duo injected a dose of crazy coolness into its resort 2014 lookbook, called "Greaty180." And, while the collection may be composed primarily of black and white styles, the accompanying lookbook is anything but. Maybe you remember it: futuristic silhouettes, dimensional outerwear, and romantic, ethereal gowns infused into the goofiest situations. Pretty unforgettable. And, when it comes to accessories, forget bags and sunglasses — we’re talking giant ice-cream cones, plastic birds, and masses of confetti fronds.

    Even better than flipping through the lookbook, though, is shopping it, which you can officially do today. And, these goods definitely warrant a spot in our closets — they're not just for us to rock when the temps finally raise, but also to secretly (or not-so-secretly) wear to re-enact the wild scenarios in our apartments, too. Click through to shop and relive our favorite wackadoo resort collection. It's time to get crazy.

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