(Photos by: TR)(Dress: self made with vintage fabric, Top: Trouvé, Sandals: Martin Margiela, Clutch: Samudra, Jewelry: Hinu Jewelry)
So we traveled all the way out to the East Coast for a wedding and I decided to bring a little bit of Hawaii with my outfit. Everything down to the shell rings! Except maybe the top which was my attempt at being conservative. Needless to say that thing came off right when the music started and didn’t go back on my shoulders until the end of the night! Thankfully we got our luggage less than 48 hours after we arrived so I could actually wear my planned wedding outfit!! Haha. Yes, it was a premeditated outfit.. something I rarely do. But in all honestly I find that dressing for weddings is probably one of the hardest [fashion] things to do. I don’t always have a really nice dress [warranted for the occasion] hanging in my closet. Maybe I need to work on that..
But like I said before, this is one of the most fun weddings I have ever been to. Not only did the wedding last from Friday evening to Sunday morning but I literally danced the whole night of the [actual] wedding. I think I stopped for 5 minutes to scarf down some dessert but as long as the music was playing everyone was dancing!! It was set at The Quechee Inn [this beautiful bed and breakfast nestled between a sleepy lake and picturesque trees] and everything you imagine from a quaint little Inn. You can tell by the photos how gorgeous this place was. I’m pretty sure it is what made my outfit look even better in the photos. Nature was my arm candy… or better yet.. nature is just absolutely gorgeous it makes anything else glow! Corny, I know. But kind of true. Nothing like frolicking in open fields to get to warmed up for a night of wedding festivities!
Fashion and open fields.