(Btw, I am not wearing glasses here just because, but the hair – that is something new and different and related to the Personal Stylist training.)
As mentioned yesterday, I don’t actually have alot of options. I have this dress and these shoes; therefore, I needed to wear them together. Lol. Thankfully, my daughter, the jeweler, has her office, complete with her entire collection, in the room next to mine; although, in this case, I didn’t help myself to anything except a pair of earrings, which you can’t really see, that sort of help tie the shoes and the dress together.
That said, there were some differences between what I usually see worn at weddings around The Great Northwest and what we observed at this celebration (the groom was from Mexico, the bride from Colombia). For example, what the musicians wore:
Some tips, should you find yourself invited to such an event:
- Wear color. The more colorful, the better!
- Don’t be afraid to wear the same color as the wedding party.
Typically, I think it is considered unusual to dress in the specific wedding colors, but I have never seen so much coral scattered throughout the congregation as I did at this wedding! The photographer’s dress appeared to be a simpler, street-length dress from the exact fabric of the bridesmaid dresses (which is actually very practical in making her not stand out).
- Wear as high heels as you wish, but then bring shoes you can dance in. 🙂