Opening Day at the Del Mar Racetrack is one of the most fashionable affairs in San Diego and of course, I had to be there! As you may have seen here, here and here, I not only love checking out the festivities every year, but I love thinking of an outfit that revolves around the mandatory headpiece. There are so many options: big hats, fascinators, bowler hats or as you can see below from the Annual Opening Day Hat Contest, an elaborate concoction on your head can do the trick!
Wedding season is in full swing and as I start to plan a wedding of my own, my eyes and ears are very receptive to the latest wedding fashion trends.
I have recently stumbled upon Review Australia an online store filled with not only every day to formal wear, but also an array of bridesmaid dresses.
Even though pastels and florals tend to be more popular during springtime, I simply adore the pastel hues all year round as they ooze romanticism and whimsy like the ones pictured above. I love the flowyness of the maxi dresses, but also the lace detailing on the short cocktail dresses.
And can we talk about this gorgeous floral one? This one breaks the traditional one colored bridesmaid frock, in an elegant way of course.
Whether pastel, floral or bold, one thing I learned from being a bridesmaid of a very considerate bride was when she picked a dress that could be used after the wedding, that's right a versatile bridesmaid dress (you all know I love versatility!). I hope to do the same with my bridesmaids. and if you would like that too, these dresses can easily go from bridesmaid to a post wedding night out by adding different accessories or layering pieces! If you want to see more of what Review Bridesmaid Dresses offers make sure to visit them here!
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Seeing a slew of all white looks recently made me crave that type of outfit, however I couldn't resist adding the usual pop of color for yesterday's San Diego Style Bloggers brunch. I must admit I'm addicted to these shoes, every time I wear them they liven up an outfit and compliments ensue!
In honor of artist Sorolla's art exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Art, a Culture & Cocktails event was held last night where guests were told to come in their best nautical inspired outfits. You know I love me a good theme, so as soon as I got the invite I knew that these pants with anchors and sailboats were perfect for the occasion! Women wore stripes, anchor prints, and men donned their best sailor-eque suits. It was definitely a fun and fashionable night, with art of course!