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Summertime Style: Be a Sucker for Seersucker

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Summertime.

Time to work on our tans, hang at the beach (or on some sick yacht if you happen to know the right people), and wear all those totally cute clothes that only work for three months out of the year.  Summer is a great time to bust out pastels, white linen and, one of my personal faves, seersucker.

I know you may be thinking that seersucker is old-fashioned and outdated, but there are tons of options out there that are stylish, modern and work well for all different types of gals.  The best part about these pieces? You can totally find them for $50 and under (and I did!). So go ahead, let yourself get sucked in by this whimsical print.

My love of seersucker was renewed when I found this darling romper on lulus.com.  It’s got such a childlike innocence about it and brings me back to those dog days of summer, running around the yard barefoot and slurping on bomb pops, but with the right accessories and shoes, you can make it totally grown up and sassy.

There are tons of adorable skirt & dress options out there as well. Here are a few of my personal favorites (and none of them will empty your wallet).

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For those end-of-summer chillier nights, or for a seersucker look you can wear to work, go for some slacks, a blazer or a vest. The blazer would look perfect with a pair of jeans, and pairing the vest with a simple white t-shirt and shorts would be the ultimate summer BBQ look.

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Nothing says “lazy summer day” like an adorable pair of seersucker shorts or capris.

And we’re all planning on hittin’ up the beach this summer, so why not rock out a seersucker swimsuit?

Throw on one of these darling looks and you’re sure to be an instant classic.

COLLEGECANDY Writer
I'm a 30-something gal navigating life, love and now, a battle with breast cancer in New York City. Friends & family would describe me as a lover, a nurturer, a dork, a goofball, bright, headstrong, blunt and ridiculous in the best kind of way. Among my favorite things are food, laughter, shoes, working with little ones, devoting time to organizations where I can positively effect others lives, the San Diego Chargers, travel and my phenomenal network of friends and family across the globe. I might make you laugh, I might make you cry, but I certainly hope, if nothing else, I can touch your life with my tales of triumph & tribulation, the good, the bad and the ugly.