What to Wear to a Winter Wedding

What do you wear to a wedding when you are not the bride, groom, bridesmaid, or groomsmen? Well, the old rules are to  avoid all white, all black, neon or attention-getting colors, as well as the colors of the bridesmaid dresses (otherwise random people might end up soliciting your help with bustling the wedding dress). #NoIDontWantToHelpICameForTheFood

Also note, if you are the mother-in-law, don’t upstage the bride. Even if you’re Sophia Loren.

I matched a cream angora scarf and cardigan with a vintage tiered tan and gold lace skirt. Then I finished off with a pair of simple nude pumps. I stuck with neutrals; cream, tan, and gold. Lace is always ultra feminine and classic.

The only rings I’ll be wearing any time soon. #IfHeLikedItThenHeShouldHavePutARingOnIt

Congrats to my friends Rachel and David. May you be blessed immensely, and enjoy honeymooning in Rome!

Here’s your dose of old school hip-hop for the day. #ICan’tTakeThisSeriously #ThankGodRUN-DMCRemixedIt

Items: Angora Wool Cardigan / Tan Lace Tiered Skirt by Zokai / Scarf by Cejon / Lace Veil  / Olive wood ring from Assisi, Italy / Friendship? hands ring from Lourdes, France




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