Monday, May 8, 2017


Hey y'all!

Today's post is another #StyleTips post where I share an overview of what I would recommend for a certain occasion. Today, I am talking about spring/summer weddings! Since we are entering the warmer months, that generally mean weddings upon weddings. I love attending them, but sometimes it can be hard to decide what to wear. I never know how formal to go, what colors to avoid, etc. etc.

This look is something that I would definitely wear if I was attending a wedding soon! For starters, floral is always a great option because it is light, springy, and seasonally appropriate. I love wearing a bright floral pattern, nothing groundbreaking here!

I also love wearing rompers -- especially for events like weddings where I am constantly on the move. You don't have to worry about it being too short or flying up, because there are shorts built in (#realtalk). This romper is a light chiffon material, which is also a must for me -- it is light and comfortable and great for indoor or outdoor settings in case it is warm out.

Lastly, I paired the romper with these adorable suede heeled sandals. I love the baby blue color and they match the floral in the romper perfectly! Not only is suede completely acceptable for spring time now, but this baby blue color is a major trend! These shoes are a dupe for a higher end brand, and are under $30. They also come in a lower heeled version, which I also linked in case the added height is not your cup of tea!

Speaking of weddings -- this weekend, Nate and I made a short trip home for less than 24 hours to see the venue we have picked out for our wedding! It is sooo beautiful -- I can't wait to do more planning! But since Nate and I will be apart for the summer, we wanted to make sure that he could see it before he left. 

I hope you all enjoyed the post -- what are your go-to wedding outfit pieces? Leave a comment down below!

"The Lord will guide you continually, giving you water when you are dry and restoring your strength. You will be like a well-watered garden, like an ever-flowing spring." Isaiah 58:11

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