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sweater: J.Crew Factory // skirt: J.Crew (old, similar) // shoes: J.Crew (neutral pair here) // clutch: Vineyard Vines (old, similar) // sunglasses: Karen Walker // bangle: Kendra Scott // pearl bracelet: Kiel James Patrick 

I've come to the conclusion that shoes are my weakness. I have plenty of shoes (probably way too many, actually), and yet I still get so excited to add a unique pair to my collection. On a practical level, I don't need any more footwear. And yet, when I see something like these multi-colored seersucker heels and notice that they also have bows, I can't not pick them up! This pair has been one of my favorite wardrobe staples this summer; they're insanely comfortable with a hidden elastic in the strap and a low heel. They add an extra polish to any outfit, and the multi-colored seersucker means that you can pair them with lots of different solid shades, making them surprisingly versatile for a louder pattern.

I love the look of a low heel with a midi skirt for a day out, and my go-to is this white skirt that was also featured on the blog last summer. The texture combination of the clip dot skirt and the seersucker wasn't overwhelming but added interest, especially when paired with a wicker clutch (mine is old from Vineyard Vines but I also love this and this). 

Let's talk about this tie-neck sweater -- I'm a huge fan of 1950s-esque design, and the light pink brought out the seersucker in my shoes. I'm so excited to wear this going into the fall, paired with darker pants or chinos and brown loafers. In my opinion, short sleeve sweaters (not sweater vests - let's not take this too far) should make a comeback in the fashion world, and I'm glad to see them gradually having a mini-revival. Really, what better transition piece is there for the late summer/early fall?

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