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ICYM our latest episode of Itemized, our bi-weekly show that aims to show you where to buy and how to style fashion’s biggest trends, we checked out the iconic Macy's store in New York City's Herald Square to get the 411 on this season's hottest shirt, the camp shirt, and to show off how to style it in three different ways.

While we were at Macy's, our team also picked out a few more 'fits that are summer essentials. If you're still rocking your cooler-weather pieces, this lookbook is for you. We hit the streets of the West Village in Manhattan to showcase the fire pieces of the season and how to put them together. Peep the white suits, the seersucker, the color-blocking, the bold prints, and everything else you need right now.

Cop one piece or cop them all to hit the refresh button on your summer style. Scroll down to check out looks from INC International Concepts, Sean John, Levi's, Michael Kors, and Tommy Hilfiger.

The White Suit

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You don't need an invite to Diddy's White Party to rock an all-white suit. Just swap out your usual black, navy, or grey go-to suit for this white one by INC International Concepts. Throw on a pair of sandals or your favorite kicks and it's definitely a summer vibe, party or no party. For something more traditional but with a twist, consider a pair of patterned pants, like these cropped windowpane ones also by INC International Concepts.

Denim and Seersucker

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If you were flexing in a denim jacket during the winter and spring, keep flexin' but get yourself a summer one. Sean John's features a bleach wash and patches on the back – feel free to add your own. Another 'fit option is adding seersucker to your rotation; we threw on a lightweight jacket for the cooler summer days and to add a bit of color.

Head-To-Toe Color

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Speaking of color, now's your time to go hard with it. Under the summer sun, everything from faded reds to bright greens pop. And for that extra flex, pair color with more color – go big or go home. Featured above: Levi's.

The Bold Print

Michael Kors introduces the jungle print this season. Whether you're pounding the city pavement or chilling by the beach, add some visual interest to your 'fit with a summertime print.

Color Blocking

Tommy Hilfiger shows us that more is more when it comes to colors. Individual pieces feature punchy color-blocking, which we've layered over more color for a sporty, energetic look.

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Check out Macys.com or pop into your local Macy's store for these summer 'fits and more.

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