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Dressing for Summer Days: Maxi by Design History

Mom and daughter in Design History Dresses

I don’t know about you all, but it’s been summer weather here in San Diego for the past couple of months so we’ve already had a bunch of pool and beach days!


Design History Clothing Brand

I’m over here getting my summertime fine on, and I just love dressing the part. I am always on the look out for fashion finds in fun styles and patterns, and I just love these dresses by Design History! We took to the pool in our new dresses, I love their women’s maxis and they have adorable dresses for little girls. 


Here’s a close up of the bright orange and pink maxi dress I wore, I just love the colors! I didn’t have to style this outfit since we were going to the pool, but when I wear it again, I will probably have a necklace earrings, a clutch and some wedge heels on. A cute, quality dress like this will stay around in my closet for years!


Design History Orange Pink Chevron Strapless Maxi Dress

My pretty little lady got the tangerine flower dress with a ruffle trim, it’s super cute. The dress’ material feels very comfortable and breathable, and the spandex waistband is something that my active daughter needs at her age. 


Little girl wearing Design History dress

Honestly, I had never heard of Design History, but I am glad I do now! They make so many cute outfits for women and little girls in tye dyes, stripes and other super cute patterns, colors and summerlicious prints, I wish I could get everything I liked. Please stop by Design History online and check out this New York based company’s modern style. Clothing is available for purchase on Saks Fifth Avenue‘s site and on Amazon.


What summer dresses do you love by Design History?


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Thanks to Design History for sending over a couple of dresses for us to review. Opinions are all mine.


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