We're tired. Tired of talking about the cold, tired of dressing for the cold, and most definitely tired of running in the cold. And if we're this tired of it, we're pretty sure you are too. Lucky for us, it finally seems like temps are starting to creep above freezing, and we're desperately waiting for the day when we can officially chuck our snow boots to the back the closet, never to be worn again...at least until next winter. Until then, we're stock piling some of our favorite warm-weather trends, and what better way to break out of the winter blues than with a burst of red?
Call Me, Maybe?: Cell phones have become just as much of an accessory as our jewelry and handbags, so why not dress yours up in a 'notice me' color this spring? Our pick: ban.do's Shazaam Red.
Baby Got Back: We're suckers for cute undies, especially comfy boyshorts, like these from Aerie. Wear 'em under your favorite flouncy skirt or when it's time to hit the hay...we'll leave that up to you.
Cutting Edge: Splits59 has quickly become one of our go-to active brands, and we're obsessed with their super cozy sweats. This edgy top features a sexy cut-out neckline and thumbholes. Yes, please!
Watch Out: The best way to add a POC (pop of color) to your wardrobe without going overboard? A little wrist action. We can't get enough of the fun designs from May28th.
Babe Watch: You don't have to be Pam Anderson to look smokin' hot in a red bathing suit. This sporty style will have you turning heads on spring break.
Kick Back: Flashy slip-on kicks are all the rage this season, but if fire engine red is too vibrant for your style, try a washed version instead!
Eye Candy: Ditch your boring black shades for a pair with some spunk. Hobie's Dogpatch sunglasses have cool reflective (and polarized!) lenses to keep your eyes safe from the sun. Grab a red pair and be part of the limited edition crew!
Back Up: Hike through less-than-perfect weather this spring with this water-resistant backpack from Timberland. Your stuff will stay dry, and this poppy red will ensure that your hiking buddies won't lose you along the trail.
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