Conscious and All-White for a Summer Wedding or Party
Being a conscious bride, it might go against your principles to buy a new dress and wear it for only one occasion; but since it is your actual wedding we're talking about, breaking this rule might be kind of understandable. However, if you can, why not opt for a dress you could wear to any summer party?
As you may know, our friend and colleague Emma Elwin is getting married this summer. No wonder we’ve come to obsess a bit over wedding dresses. In fact, not even we have seen as much as a glimpse of the dress Emma is going to wear for her big day, so let’s play a guessing game!
As Emma could just as easily go for clean and minimalistic as for romantic (verging on bohemian), we’ve been browsing for a wide spread; but naturally our selection is limited by the demand for conscious designs only.
As summer season is practically “over” in stores (insane, right?) some of the pieces we’ve pulled (there are a couple of jackets in there too!) are already on sale, so this would be a good time to strike.
Now, which one is your favorite?
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