Sometimes less is more, this applies to this outfit which is simply elegant The wedding season is on but what to wear? To wear something simply elegant is always a good idea. In my opinion light colors are the prettiest to wear to a wedding. Soft tones, light fabrics and a little romantic touch with lace and pearls. Let’s be honest, you want to buy something that you can wear again and again, not just hanging in the closet because you wore it to one party? This dress is perfect for this, you can dress it up to the wedding with cute sandals and pearl necklace, like I did. going to the chapel of love… These cute sandals are sparkling, did you notice? I borrowed them from Edith Dohmen, she also took the photos. Thanks Edith! So about the dress, it’s available in sizes EU 42-52 and I fitted this at the size diversity shop Oopz. Another way of wearing this dress with with a black faux leather biker jacket and white jacket. The dress is a light beige color but very friendly, even for lighter skin tones (like mine). I often hear women saying they don’t want to wear polyester but I would like to remind you that this fabric has evolved over the past years. Don’t forget that breathable sportswear is also made of synthetic fabrics! A great tip: wear a cotton top and legging shorts underneath and the fabric isn’t a problem anymore. So just give this a try, as it’s a very light fabric but it doesn’t show what you don’t want to show because of the shape. The elasticated waistband emphasizes the waist and gives you more of an hourglass shape, at the same time it makes sure the fit is wide enough on the hip and chest area. The inserted lace is of course the key item here, with the front opening like a blouse. I love this shape and I think it’s suited for every body shape. dress Junarose via Oopz necklace via Oopz sandals Primark Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. schrijf me in voor de nieuwsbrief!