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Your 16-year-old may look ridiculously cute in a patterned neon dress—and there's nothing wrong with you wanting to keep up with current trends, says Allison Berlin, a stylist and the founder of StyleMadeSimple.net. But when it comes to incorporating trendy pieces into your wardrobe, you should look for a classic style that includes some part of the trend: Try soft floral prints on a silk sleeveless blouse, save leather for a motorcycle jacket or embrace colored denim in dark shades such as hunter green and burgundy or muted pastels instead of loud hues.
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