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14 Ways To Wear The Breeziest Trend Of The Summer

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Macramé might just be the most summer-friendly trend to emerge from the runways

Of all the trends to emerge from the Spring 2019 runways, there's one in particular that we've been counting down the days until we can finally start wearing: netting. And with the official kickoff to summer just two days away, now's the time to stock up.


From crochet and macramé to fishing net-inspired, the open-knit pieces we saw at the likes of Pyer Moss, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Ulla Johnson, and more are the answer to all the warm weather—and humidity—ahead of us. The trend can be seen everywhere from essential swim cover-ups and beach bags to breezy formalwear, and we couldn't be more thrilled about it.

To make sure you're prepared for summer's swelter, we rounded up the 14 must-have, netted ready-to-wear and accessories of the season. Check 'em out, below.

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Topshop, Hand Crochet Dress, $55, available at Topshop.

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Mango, Handmade Net Bag, $25.99, available at Mango.

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Para Desai, Cream Almora Crochet Dress, $295, available at Bona Drag.

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Loeffler Randall, Tiger Caged Sandal, $350, available at Loeffler Randall.

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Urban Outfitters, Pukka Net Sarong, $19, available at Urban Outfitters.

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Petit Kouraj, Ombre-Tan Mini Fringe Bag, $345, available at Petit Kouraj.

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& Other Stories, Woven Net Bag, $59, available at & Other Stories.

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ASOS Design, Premium Macrame Fringe Cover Up, $30, available at ASOS.

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Farm Rio, Rainbow Macrame Skirt, $365, available at Farm Rio.

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Zara, Textured Weave Mesh Top, $29.90, available at Zara.

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Miista, Black Net Alba, $120, available at Bona Drag.

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Sensi Studio, Neon Straw Netted Bucket, $216, available at Shopbop.

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Neous, Bophy 80 Cage Mules, $535, available at Farfetch.

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Staud, Mini Moreau Bag Oatmeal Chocolate Natural, $295, available at Staud.

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