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Miami Music Week Fashion: Nautical, Neon, and Nude (PHOTOS)

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After days of straight, non-stop dancing and hopping around from party to party, some Miami Music Week fashion trends begin to emerge. First, eyewear was a must. We saw plenty of neon plastic cheapies at Ultra Music Fest, a few designers at Sunday School, and unique frame designs on the Digweed Sunset Cruise -- regardless if it was day or night.

Otherwise, fashion styles varied: If you were on a boat, long

summer dresses with bohemian jewelry and nautical styles were the trend. While over at Ultra the raver culture wins with furry booty leg

warmers, tulle ballerina skirts, beads, and leggings (mostly fishnets) mostly in bright neon colors. Over all, one trend that will never go out of style is skin. Blame it on

the heat or the exhibitionist inside, there will always be someone

topless, one way or another. Click on for the photo roundup proof.

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