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In your hometown, Santa might not wear a big, red, wool suit. Maybe it's most seasonally appropriate that he would sport a Hawaiian-print shirt and mandals instead. In short, yours is not the let-it-snow kinda holiday. So, in case this week brings you to sunnier shores
we're coming with you, we've found some sartorial inspiration in the new Sea NY pre-fall collection.
In this new line, Sea has laid out a few party-perfect looks that are more shoreside than fireside. Click on for a few solid examples that you can replicate right now. Plus, the photos from Sea's lookbook are so pretty and peaceful, we almost prefer them to the yule log.
By Lindsey Robertson
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