going to the chapel

going to the chapel

going to the chapel

going to the chapel

going to the chapel

going to the chapel

going to the chapel

going to the chapel

going to the chapel

spring has sprung, and if there is one thing that i know by now it’s the fact that our calendars are filling up quickly with graduations, bridal showers, baby showers, and yes, we’ve saved the date for not one but two weddings. so what to wear, what to wear? the lace dress i have on today is reminiscent of a dress that took me through my own bridal shower, and several weddings that coincided with mine. what i loved best besides the soft peach color was the simplicity of this lace dress that skimmed rather than hugged my frame. add a feminine scalloped hemline, and it’s a match made in heaven. the weather can be a bit unpredictable this time of year so a wrap is a must. one of my favorite go-to solutions is a scarf that doubles as a shawl. it’s sure to help keep the chill at bay if need be. a pair of high heels and my trusty pearls and i’m ready for any special occasion that comes my way this spring. keep in mind, if you arrive on time for the happy event and there happens to be two churches on opposite sides of the street be certain to double-check your invitation for the proper address. if you don’t, well then, let’s just say you might have to excuse yourself from the middle of the pew when the bride makes her entrance and you haven’t the faintest idea who she is! true story – although my husband and i patiently waited until the father-of-the bride had passed his beautiful daughter off to the groom. i’m certain bride and groom are still scratching their heads as to who signed their guestbook, Mr. & Mrs. Siamak Djalali, or why.

labels: dress, scarf and shoes Zara

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