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Win A Weekend Wardrobe On Us, Courtesy of Scoop NYC!

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    Any New Yorker worth their weight in pancakes knows brunch isn't just about the poached eggs. Sure, it's a sufficient way to refuel after a long night out, but with those never-ending outdoor waits in the midday sunshine, it's also a place to see and be seen, regardless of intention.

    Finding that balance of laid-back glamour and eye-catching weekend wares can be tough, but Sea NYC makes effortless dressing just that. With its stock of adorably breezy yet carefully tailored looks, it has made gotta-go dressing a two-second situation. And, to help you hustle out that door, we're giving one lucky New York reader $1,000 to shop the Sea collection at Scoop NYC's pop-up shop, located at its Meatpacking District concept store.

    From spotted wonders to unexpected closet staples, Sea NYC's offerings are like uniform dressing for your dream workday-meets-weekend wardrobe. The perfect striped cape, two cheeky takes on the shirtdress, a deliciously detailed shift — it's all gonna be there. And for one lucky winner, it's completely funded by us!

    So, enter for your chance to win below, and peek through some of Sea NYC's stellar wares after the jump. Warning: you will fall instantly in love. But, if you win big, consider your Sunday morning outfits to be boosted to sidewalk-stunner status.

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