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breezy jewelry

When the weather gets hotter, you want to adorn yourself in attire that lets a breeze flow through. Your jewelry should be no exception. Tiffany & Co. has come out with a mesh collection of jewelry in precious metals such as rose gold, yellow gold, white gold and sterling silver. Look for bracelets, earrings, rings and more for men and women. Tiffany & Co. mesh jewelry collection, $150 to $500, Tiffany & Co.

day in the sun

A day in the sun can leave your skin parched and begging for relief even if you wore SPF 50 and a hat. Give your epidermis some relief with Napoleon Perdis’ After Sun Body Oil, which helps skin look smooth with the assistance of light reflectors. Aloe vera and hazelnut oil nourish your skin. You can even use it to correct your fake tan mistakes. Napoleon Perdis After Sun Body Oil, $28, Saks Fifth Avenue

sunforgettable

Have you ever left your sunscreen in your car only to find a watery mess when you needed it most? Colorescience used nanotechnology to create an entirely new medium for applying sunscreen — powder. New Sunforgettable sun protection relies on the reflective and refractive properties of micronized titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. And even better, one application lasts for six hours. The sunscreen goes on as a clear, weightless powder that does not rub off on clothes. Colorescience Brush-On, $50, Rock & Roller Ball, $65, and Shaker Jar, $50, Revage Medical Spa

bag sleuth

Fans of “Nancy Drew” will want to own a piece of the movie designed by the film’s star, Emma Roberts. The new leather Emma handbag features double short shoulder straps and a tubular silhouette that is slightly curved. Duel zipper pulls ensure easy opening, while the ends of the bag are cinched and secured with a small leather tie. The overall effect is a modern interpretation of the baguette shape. Dooney & Bourke small Emma handbag, $210, and medium Emma handbag, $235, Dooney & Bourke

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