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Bolo Ties AND Neck Wallets

Along with other unusual, sly, and just plain weird trends of summer 2018.

EACH SUMMER BRINGS NEW TRENDS. Last year, it was graphic T-shirts, ruffled tops, and bright-yellow maxi dresses. In the early aughts, it was miniskirts. Same for the ’60s, but instead of Paris Hilton in Juicy Couture it was Twiggy in Courrèges. But this season already seems to have brought a bewildering—and at times beguiling—array of fads. And if the hottest streetwear seems hard to pull off in a fashion-y fashion, that, its wearers might suggest, is exactly the point.

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