Here it is finally: the first wedding outfit.
As you might have read in my previous posts I got invited to two weddings this May. My mum will get married next week and I'm so excited!
The other wedding took place last week, I just didn't have the time to put together a post until now. My best friend's sister got married and I was really happy to be invited because I've known her since she was born (literally).
I didn't know many of the wedding guests and also didn't want to ask everyone for their permission to upload their pics to my blog, so I can't show you the bridal couple. Let me just say that she is a pretty girl with long blond hair, half of which she wore in a beautiful curly updo. Her dress was a white princess dress with black floral embroidery on the cleavage of the corsage top and along the seam of the flared bottom.
My hair looked pretty wild that day because it was really windy and at the moment I'm growing out the layers which makes it look messy unfortunately.
I tried to style it with a hair straightener for an hour and in the end it still looked like before because it's so straight by nature that no curls last longer than 30 minutes.
The outfit I wore was a lat minute thing. I had bought the dress one week before the wedding and decided to wear it with the only pair of high heels I own. Unfortunately the high heels are nude and two days before the wedding I realized that I would have to find a jacket to match the shoes because the weather forecast was not very promising. So I hurried up an down and back and forth between all the different high street shops to find a jacket in the exact nude tone of the shoes - God it was so stressful! I got really lucky because i finally found a matching jacket in one of these cheap polyester clothing shops I usually never go to. The thrift shop saved my wedding outfit!
Can't wait for the next wedding to come because I fortunately already have my outfit for it sitting in the closet well-prepared.
Have a nice day!
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