Who’s in the mood for some shopping? The summer’s just getting started and it’s safe to say these summer essentials aren’t going to last. From flowy, florals to the trendy straw handbags, we’ve rounded up seven fun and flirty deals – all under $50. 

TOPSHOP Leaf Print Ruffle Wrap Dress in Green

Price: $47.50

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This wrap dress creates a flattering silhouette and ruffle trim adds a soft touch.

TREASURE & BOND Straw Boater Hat in Natural

Price: $17.40

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A classic hat that will never go out of style – making it an ideal purchase for this summer and many more. 

TOPSHOP Fruit Salad Stripe Camisole Top in Pink

Price: $17.50

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Sunny strips make this breezy top the perfect piece for all your casual outings. 

SUDINI Ravenna Slide Sandal in White Suede

Price: $49.90

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Slip into these simple, sophisticated slides. A suede band is topped with a matching ribbon for an extra special touch. Available in four colors.

TOPSHOP Off Duty Ruffle Tea Dress in Pink

Price: $33.99

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Ruffle-trimmed hems, a waist synching closure and a dreamy color. This flirty little number is all you need for your next date night.

NORDSTROM Shine Raffia Circular Tote in Natural 

Price: $47.40

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Here comes the sun with this statement raffia tote bag. A roomy, red-lined interior holds on all your essentials. 

LUSH Tie Front Camp Shirt in Green Floral

Price: $25.20

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A vintage botanical print that’s both fresh and romantic.

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