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Lookie Boo Loves Design History + Saks Fifth Avenue

Lookie Boo would like to thank Amanda Rose Photography for shooting this editorial! Make sure to check out her Photography Bloglike Amanda Rose Photography on Facebook and follow Amanda on Instagram!

10I love this photo for so many obvious reasons, but mainly because the theater behind Ruby is the same one I started doing musical theater at her age. Ruby’s adorable Jersey Moto Jacket is by Design History Girls via Saks Fifth Avenue. Ruby’s sunglasses by Sons + Daughters Eyewear via See.Saw.Seen.

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About Design History : The Design History girl’s line is as playful as the little ones who wear our whimsical collection. The Spring collection features lightweight seasonal essentials detailed in eyelet and lace, with pops of multicolored polka-dots and stripes. Dresses offer a girly twist to classic silhouettes while separates allow for mix-and-match. The lace bomber-jacket is a stand-out piece that is sure to become a go-to staple of every girl’s Spring wardrobe. Design History Girls is for the little lady who wants to express her fashion sense through charming and cheerful pieces adorned with hidden touches. Whether it’s sparkling sequined hearts, shimmering daisies or flower appliqués, there is always something a little special about wearing Design History Girls.

Lookie Boo Loves Design History!

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Ruby is wearing Design History’s Studded Motorcycle Jacket (Toddler & Little Girls sizes available) // glasses by Sons + Daughters Eyewear via See.Saw.Seen. // Rolling Stone’s Tank from H&M USA // jeggings by Circo via Target // Boots from Kohl’s.
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About Design History : The Design History girl’s line is as playful as the little ones who wear our whimsical collection. The Spring collection features lightweight seasonal essentials detailed in eyelet and lace, with pops of multi-colored polka-dots and stripes. Dresses offer a girly twist to classic silhouettes while separates allow for mix-and-match. The lace bomber-jacket is a stand-out piece that is sure to become a go-to staple of every girl’s Spring wardrobe. Design History Girls is for the little lady who wants to express her fashion sense through charming and cheerful pieces adorned with hidden touches. Whether it’s sparkling sequined hearts, shimmering daisies or flower appliqués, there is always something a little special about wearing Design History Girls.