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If, unlike the presumed customer at Old Navy, who spends the entire summer flopping around at the shore, you actually have to go to work in the hot weather, there are a couple of dresses at Uniqlo by the designer Juliana Jabour, who created these frocks as part of something Uniqlo calls its "Designer tiffany Project." They're $49.90-so, not/the cheapest things in the world-but they're made of a particular luscious jersey, they have a Lanvin-ish air, and most important, they're black.

For five bucks more ($54.99), you can get a pair of those tiffany for sale rubber rain boots at Ricky's, here decorated with skulls and the legend "rock and roll forever." (Everyone seems to love rubber boots, and I think they're cute too, but what I'd like to know is: Are mine the only two feet on earth that can't tolerate these tiffany jewellery sweatboxes?) A rhinestoneskull belly chain, to match the boots, is locked inside a Ricky's showcase, and I was too embarrassed to ask how much it was, but, really, how much can it be? In any case, Ricky's also has lime-green cat's-eye sunglasses with rhinestone trim to bolster their '50s vibe for $9.99.

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