Dip your toes into the ombre trend with a Band of Outsiders frock that fades from navy to sky blue and back again.
Get the look: Young, Fabulous & Broke maxidress, $215.
Catch a wave inspired by Japanese artist Hokusai — and Adeam’s runway.
Get the look: James Lillis Great Wave leggings, $79.
Swimming with the fishes sounds a lot less ominous once you spy the rainbow scales on Monique Lhuillier’s strapless gown.
Get the look: Clover Canyon Aquarium Puzzle dress, $242.
Escape to Brazil by way of your closet with an Osklen look that captures Rio’s ocean-side skyline.
Get the look: We Are Handsome bodysuit, $105.
You’ve been riding out that boating tee for the past few years. Toss seafaring stripes overboard in favor of Charlotte Ronson’s horizon lines that stretch to infinity.
Get the look: Marika Charles dip-dye sweatpants, $195.
To misquote Bob Dylan: The tides, they are a-changin’. Brace yourself in a Band of Outsiders pattern you won’t regret with every new phase of the moon.
Get the look: Sam & Lavi Current dress, $125.
Make a splash in Naeem Khan’s churning water shift. It sucks you in faster than a North Shore undertow.
Get the look: Equipment marine-print blouse, $218.
Proenza Schouler hangs its look on a digital photo that covers your body instead of the wall.
Get the look: FindersKeepers Burning Ground skirt, $121.
You’d have to have the prickly heart of a sea urchin not to fall for an Osklen print that evokes the most romantic time of day.
Get the look: Epic by JF & Son ombre dress, $168.
Mottled blue separates at Versace brush on the colors of the sea, sky, and that haze in between.
Get the look: Upstate tea-length dress, $280.
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