H&M dress, Aldo booties, vintage bag &; belt, Club Monaco bracelet, Birks bracelet, ring c/o Social Experiment
In my fifth contribution to FASHION Magazine‘s Style Panel, we were asked to pull together an outfit for a wedding that would manage to steer clear of all the wedding faux pas’s: being white, being skanky or just looking like a doily.
Though I’ve never actually been to a wedding (a fact that’s starting to irritate me more and more the older I get…can one of my friends or sisters just get married already?! I wanna go to a bachelorette party before I die), if I did ever get to go to one, this is probably what I’d wear. It’s pretty much impossible to look skanky in a high-collared, mid-calf-length dress no matter how hard you try (…I haven’t tried but I feel like this would be an interesting challenge), there are no doilies or in-your-face ruffles and the only touch of cream is in my vintage eelskin clutch. Nailed it!!! Now someone invite me to your wedding please and thanks.
My sickness is starting to wane eeeever so slightly. Right now it’s really just that final stage when you have the remnants of a cough and sniffles. I’m just hoping I can get all better by the weekend…it’s Pride Parade, so if I don’t pull myself together for that, I’m not even worthy of a rainbow flag.
Oh and PS I’ve gotten lots of lovely compliments about my be-curled hair over the last couple of posts (thank you!), just wanted to let you know I have a hair tutorial coming your way this Friday featuring the magic tool! My hair does not curl well normally and without sounding like a walking advertisement, this new tool has changed all that so I’m pretty excited to share it with all of you!
Happy hump day everyone!