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Dress: Design History (c/o) — Brand available at Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus / Sandals: Jack Rogers / Pouch: Lilly Pulitzer (Old), but currently loving these guys as clutches! / Bracelet: Kate Spade (Sold out), still available here, and similar here (How perfect is this?! And it’s $7.99!) / Necklaceemitations (c/o) / EarringsJ.Crew / LipstickClinique (“Pudgy Peony”) / WatchMarc Jacobs, and love it in brown and black!

I always seem to lack creativity when it comes to taking blog photos while visiting my parents. Mitch and I have the same conversation almost every night:

“Maybe we should shoot somewhere else?” he asks. (So supportive.)

“Nahhhhh,” I respond. “Let’s just shoot on the boardwalk. It’s so close!”

I can’t help it. All I want to do when I’m home is spend time with the fam! So my apologies for the repeat background. (You’ll see it at least one more time before the week’s end!) And for the fact that I almost never change my shoes.

Anyway. ;) Tonight, I’m featuring an extremely comfy and soft dress by Design History. Famous for its cashmere sweaters, I’ve long been a fan of the brand. This is my first time, however, sporting one of Design History’s knit dresses… and I have to say: I love it. Lightweight dresses are a must for New York City summers (#omghumidity), so something tells me I’ll be relying on this little number quite often! (FYI: Design History is sold at Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus!)

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