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Life Sangria onesies, pineapple clutches: Fashion has gone loopy for fruit

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Want to quench your thirst for a tasty trend? Look to pieces bearing fruit, either in composition, print or shape, to add splash to your home or wardrobe. Au Jour Le Jour sent a playsuit covered in sangria ingredients down the runway, proving that fashion has gone loopy for fruit. Silken Favours’ bold pillow is a tribute to the antioxidant-packed pomegranate, while Kate Spade’s pineapple clutch is the season’s sweetest accessory.

Silken Favours Pomegranate cushion, £95 through amara.com.

Tony Moly I’m Real Lemon Face Mask Sheet, $9 exclusively at Sephora.

Keds Fruit Off sneaker, $50 at Hudson’s Bay.

Wing It Pineapple Tally clutch, $298 (U.S.) at Kate Spade.

Amazonia wallpaper, £97.20 per roll through fabricsandpapers.com.

Pink Grapefruit Argan Hand and Body lotion, $10 through leavesoftrees.com.

Solvinden LED solar-powered floor lamp, $19.99 at Ikea.

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