Being a bridesmaid can be expensive. At it’s root you think there’s only one dress, and one event you have to buy. But there’s nothing more wrong when it comes to weddings. The shower, the bachelorette, the rehearsal, sometimes a brunch, sometimes 10 showers. Last week I shared how I remixed 1 dress for all the wedding events – minus the wedding, of course. And this week I thought I would share how I remixed some jeans for a few other weddings events. Some of us are lucky enough to get to go super casual for some and even all wedding events. But there’s no need to buy several pair of jeans or even several different accessories. But wearing jeans can be a little difficult even if the event is casual. You still want to look put together for the many pictures that will be taken, and a little fancy because it is a wedding.
Here’s your look for the shower/brunches/luncheons! Last week I said this is always when I want to wear a hat, and I didn’t pair a hat with this look. I guess I wanted to show you an option without a hat, but I’d still rock one if I were actually going to a shower.
Just like last week, adding a blazer takes your look to a professional look. Perfect for the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner when you’re expected to be on your best behavior and impress the parents!
My favorite, the bachelorette party! lots of glam, lots of sequins, lots of jewels, even some killer heels – but still in your comfy jeans!
What’s your favorite way to rock jeans at a wedding event?!
Monday I shared what I wore for Easter Sunday. A fun, bright, easy, pastel poplin dress. What I love about a poplin dress is how versatile it is. Almost as much as a fit & flare. But a poplin keeps it versatile when it comes to the fabric – it can be dressed up or dressed down, dressed for a movie or dressed for a wedding. So today I wanted to share 3 more ways I dress my poplin dress.
Faux Leather Bow Handbag Vintage Bib NecklaceAnne Michelle Sandals
Monday I shared a classier way to wear it so let’s start with yet another. On Monday’s look I wanted to be a little more covered up for church or even work, but this one would be good when you can show a little shoulder. I think I’m going to wear something just like this to a wedding we have in August. I love that the statement necklace brings in a little darker color to contrast all the bright, and it welcomes in warm blues so the mint in the purse makes perfect sense.
Denim JacketChinese Laundry SandalDrawstring Crossbody Bag
For days when you want to look nice but still be comfortable a dress is always a good option. I love adding jean jackets to those quick and easy choices in the spring. The denim, of course, keeps the look casual, but warm in the mornings and the evenings when the sun isn’t all the way up. That even happens in Florida believe it or not. Backpack/drawstring type bags like this are popular right now, and I can’t decide if I’m ok with it or not. But this one makes me think I’m ok with it.
Envelope Crossbody BagFlip Flop
Sometimes you just want to be really casual, but still look put together. With a poplin dress, I’d throw on a comfy graphic tee. I might even knot it at the bottom, but that might make me look pregnant. It still might be worth it though so I’ll be trying it soon. Another warm blue purse to add some contrast and keep things colorful, and some super cute, super comfy flippy floppies bring this look together.
What’s a way you’d rock a poplin dress this spring?