Lara's List: 6 Hot Summer Trends for Under $20!

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It's hot, and all across America people are breaking out the summer fashions.

Let Lara Spencer help you step out in style. Here's a list of six great summer trends that won't break the bank.

Lara's List of Six

1. Emerald green cut cocktail ring

Cost/where to buy: H&M, $5.95. Check with your local H&M store for availability.

2. Soft crop olive pants

Cost/where to buy: American Eagle's Aerie line, $14.95

3. Striped women's scoop-neck tee

Cost/where to buy: Old Navy, $8.50

4. Macramé belt

Cost/where to buy: Old Navy, $17.94

5. Brown and gold sequence gladiator sandals

Cost/where to buy: Payless, $19.99

6. Blue and white trend items

Cost/where to buy: H&M, various items price under $20. Check your local H&M store for availability.

Web Extra Trend Items

Studded belt, Old Navy, $17.94

Purple and gold cocktail ring, H&M, $5.95

Floral romper, H&M, $17.95

Turquoise embellished necklace, H&M, $12.95

Turquoise charm bangles, H&M, $7.95

Beaded dangle earrings, H&M, $5.95

Zebra cocktail ring, H&M, $5.95

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