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under $100: neon

by Grace Bonney

i’m not sure if it was my trip home to virginia or just a general yearning for trends of years past, but i’ve had neon on my mind in a big way. i unsuccessfully searched for my neon (argh!) and t-shirt rings that let me knot my best shirts at my hip. it’s probably better that i leave those pieces in the past, but i couldn’t resist devoting today’s second under $100 roundup (click here for the first: iphone covers) to all things NEON. the majority of the guide is under $100, but i through in a few spectacular neon designs that tipped the budget scales a bit- in case anyone feels like splurging on some seriously bright colors. quick note: i don’t imagine any of these objects being used all together in one room, but the odd neon piece can really be a fun spot of color indoors. i never met a bright orange i didn’t like. enjoy!

[images above, clockwise from top left: $150, $4.99, $50 per set, $48, $6.99, $18, $95, $25, $7.99, $23 (for 50)]

[images above, clockwise from top left: $150 per roll, $11, $8, $65, $25 per can, $21.85, $25, $80, $20, $45]

[images above, clockwise from top left: (i couldn’t find a price for these online, but i’m guessing they’re part of the “over $100” category)]

CLICK HERE for more neon designs after the jump!

[images above, clockwise from top left: $110 each, neon $123, $195]

[images above, clockwise from top left: $71, $6.50, $39, $12, “short shorts” $8, $51, $20]

[images above, clockwise from top left: $150 per roll, $52, from yellow owl workshop $12.13]

[images above: neon bike (custom options) $399]

[image above: $40 (that acid green is so beautiful and bright in person!), $45. these last two aren’t bright neons, but they’re VERY bright in person so i figured they could squeak by under the “BRIGHT” heading]

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