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Last SPLASH Pool Party: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

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The last SPLASH of the summer soaked the Lexington Hotel on Saturday night. The hipster set danced and dove the night away to performances by Minibosses, Sweetbleeders, Hot Birds & the Chili Sauce and DJ Mizl. 

Even though pool party season is wrapping up and Fall is right around the corner that doesn't mean Summer's splish splashin' fashion isn't alive and well in Phoenix. Check out these dos and don'ts at the last SPLASH. 

The Good's above, the Bad and Ugly are after the jump and you can check out all the wet and wild action right here...

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