Today I have the pleasure of introducing an online shop I'm newly familiar with, Modabridal – a perfect destination for wedding dresses, wedding party dresses, mother of the bride dresses, prom dresses, and plain ole party dresses (not to mention shoes and accessories)! I have two weddings in September, so weddings and dresses and veils and bachelorette parties and favors and all that jazz has been a hot topic lately. I'm all about the non-traditional route, unless your true style is "traditional", in which case - go for it! I think on such an important and memorable day, you should dress how you want, wear your hair how you want, wear whatever shoes or jewelry you want. That's why I like Modabridal. They have dresses for every style. Do you see that mother of the bride dress up there? Glorious! Or what about the red wedding dress below? Or those amazing heels? Definitely check out Modabridal, even if you don't have a wedding coming up soon. Have a great weekend, friends!
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This past Saturday, I was lucky enough to attend an amazing bachelorette party at the Colorado Cafe. Line dancing, bull riding, a bunch of babes, a drink called "Swamp Water" – perfection. Today I'm partnering with StyleWe to explore some different outfits for a range of bachelorette parties. StyleWe offers a huge assortment of amazing jumpsuits, pretty skirts, classic elegant prom dresses, and even handbags! Follow the StyleWe blog for more.
Probably the most typical bachelorette party is my personal favorite, the bar crawl. Debauchery always ensues, and you look hot in a dress like this one.
Perfect for a night of dancing, this dress has an interesting hemline and cut-out shoulders.
Turn all the cowboys' heads while you twist and turn on the dance floor. This skirt is downright adorable.
Dinner and a Show
Classy and sophisticated, this jumpsuit might just distract the audience from the performers on stage. That color!
This pretty dress (found here: https://www.stylewe.com/buy/elegant-prom-dresses.html) would be perfect for a breezy day at a vineyard. Just be careful if you're drinking red wine!
How amazing would these leggings be for a girls night in? Netflix, popcorn, 90s music, the works!
Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by StyleWe, but all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting those who support this blog. :)
Living in a shore town is proving to be quite a sartorial challenge so far. The weather can be so different here compared to my parents' house or my office. There's even a big difference between the coastline and my apartment four blocks inland! Once summer hits, it's just going to be hot all the time, and getting dressed will involve throwing a dress over a bathing suit. Since it's still spring and the temperature keeps fluctuating, I've developed a system to stay comfortable throughout the day with some transitional spring essentials.
Today I'm partnering with Betabrand to talk about these spring essentials. Betabrand is a company whose focus is on versatile and comfy clothes that make a statement both in the office and on the streets.
Admittedly, it's nothing truly groundbreaking, but my daily wardrobe (at least during the work-week) consists of a short-sleeve or 3/4-sleeve dress with leggings and moccasins. I also have a hooded sweater with pockets and a long shawl/scarf that I wear for the cooler mornings. By midday, if it starts to warm up, I can lose the leggings and sweater. If it starts to get windy or rainy, I can wrap the scarf around me like a shawl. Most of my pieces are neutral or similarly colored, so mixing and matching is easy and getting dressed in the morning is quick and painless.
Betabrand offers a line of women's pants that are great transitional pieces. Their office yoga pants are dressy enough to wear to the office, casual enough to wear out after work, and fall into my favorite category of clothing, "feels like pajamas/looks like a million bucks"! So great for making the transition between seasons!
It's always fun to step out of your comfort zone when it comes to fashion. Rompers and cocktail dresses aren't frequently a part of my wardrobe. I'm so grateful that the kind folks at Tobi.com recently reached out to me to review some of their products, because these two pieces will be in heavy rotation all through spring and summer. I think the next stop on the Comfort Zone Train is probably bodysuits, but let's talk about these day and night looks. The romper is blousy and comfortable and perfect for drinking beers on the beach. I paired it with sandals and a cool pin from a local AP shop. The dress is so unique, I decided to keep it simple with my favorite black velvet wedges and a little jewelry. It will be perfect for a night of dancing at Porta or Paradise (or both)! IMPORTANT: new customers at Tobi get 50% off their first order! Click over to shop dresses, jumpsuits, crop tops, and more!
romper: Jenalai Blousy Romper c/o Tobi - tank: J. Crew via Goodwill - sandals: Target - shades: Topshop
shawl: vintage via Goodwill - earrings: vintage from my grandma - pin: Red Moon (Asbury Park!) - bag: Madewell
dress: See Me Now Mesh Shift Dress c/o Tobi - shoes: Urban Outfitters - earrings: vintage from my grandma - glasses: c/o Firmoo
Photos by the amazing Diana Van Horn Photography!
Disclaimer: Product provided by Tobi, but all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting those who support this blog. :)