If you’re in your 20s, you probably have a season of wedding festivities ahead of you. While partying with friends and celebrating love is thrilling, you also have to find outfits for all of those events. Since checking your budget is no one’s favorite task (except maybe an accountant’s), Day 2 of the A Dress A Day series is all about this ruffled pink dress! It’s affordable, pink, and absolutely perfect for a bridal shower.
I am so excited to kick off a new series today! This series is all about my favorite thing: dresses. I originally wanted to post a dress a day for the entire month of May. However, Chicago’s weather had other plans. So, I’m starting today which is exactly halfway through the month!
Initially, I was really torn about not being able to start it on May 1. I had set a goal, did everything in my power to plan and prepare for it, and then Chicago suddenly became Seattle. Rain galore. But then I realized that this is my blog and for lack of a more original phrase, I’m the boss. Unlike in my day job, I get to make the decisions (except Mother Nature and I seem to be dueling for the CEO position right now). All that to say, I’m starting today because I feel like it. I’m going to try to do the full 30 days so make sure to check back daily. You can access all of these posts here or just look for anything titled “A Dress a Day”.
I know people hear “crop top” and immediately think “oh I could never wear that”. However, crop tops are one of my favorite articles of clothing. They can be incredibly flattering if worn right. With the ability to draw the eye to your waist in a slimming way, it’s one of my go to tricks. If you’re reading this and your reaction is total disbelief, read on for my tips on how to make this style work for you!
Matt really wanted me to start out this post with “sup ladies?” I couldn’t explain to him all the things that were wrong with that intro through my giggles. When people say “sup” it reminds me of high school. Specifically, instant messages on AIM in high school. No one uses that anymore! Except for the occasional creeper you meet at a bar that’s still living in the past.