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We all know fashion trends come and go (case in point: our super-skinny shamrock-green jeans), but that's the fun of it—getting excited for new styles. To get the scoop on the most popular pieces right now, we turned to the Pinterest gods (aka our go-to for the most drool-worthy fashion images). Here, six of the most pinned trends of summer.

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The throwback print has been dubbed “the new floral” by Pinterest, and who are we to disagree? A classic checker pattern is both feminine and preppy (and looks good on literally everyone).

Get the look: Miss Selfridge skirt ($55); Foxcroft dress ($108); PS by Paul Smith pants ($450)

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Fur Slides

The trick to rocking these fuzzy slippers all year round: Keep the rest of your ensemble low-key.

Get the look: Steve Madden ($40); Seychelles ($80); Givenchy ($595)

One-Piece Swimsuits

Itsy-bitsy-teeny-weenie bikinis have fallen by the wayside (praise be) to make room for chic and flattering maillots as the most popular swim trend of summer. 

Get the look: Target ($28); Solid & Striped ($158); Mara Hoffman ($240)


Amazingly versatile and oh-so-cheap, these cute cotton kerchiefs add just the right amount of Americana flair. And if you think they’re too country for you, check out all the ways ladies are styling them now.

Get the look: Amazon ($3); BP. ($6); Jachs NY ($32)

Straw Bags

Yes, every summer sees its crop of beach bags. But recent updates to the summer staple include pom-pom embellishments, circular shapes, hard bamboo-like straw and top-handled styles.

Get the look: Madewell ($60); MISA ($128); See by Chloe ($295)

Baker Boy Caps

Step away from the fedoras: These newsboy hats have gained tons of pinning popularity in recent months for their laid-back, rock-and-roll feel.. And they’re the perfect transition to take you into the fall.

Get the look: Forever 21 ($13); ASOS ($26); Brixton ($42)

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