The last couple weeks have been very chaotic - I've faced many circumstances I once never had imagined. I've experienced hate, bitterness, love, and support all from surprising sources. Today will not be the time for that post, but if ever there was a time to post to a throwback, I would say it would be now. Throwbacks let us look back on memories fondly, for a brief second, reliving that moment. This post, while long overdue, covers very precious moments back home, experiencing wedding season at its finest.
When we attend these weddings, as guests or wedding party members, we're there for the happy couple, to cherish their happiness and the love they've found together.
The older I get, the more these weddings seem to mean to me. Watching people I've grown up with as single people and their journey to find that special someone is a profound and rewarding experience. When it all culminates into a wedding, knowing it's right, and that they've made a sound decision to forge their way into adulthood with this person is a privilege in which I'm so grateful to take part.
What better way to test out some on-the-go celebration than a romper. These past two weddings, I took two different rompers and two different dresses for a test run. They withstood hugs, dancing, and all the decisions that come with an open bar.
Inside the world of romper-dom is a whole new freedom, for high-kicks, for high heels, and for high spirits. I paired mine with bralettes that allowed the fun cut-outs and flowy designs to be classy and tasteful. Mixing up the dress and heels with the modern romper was a great way to make my wedding wardrobe more versatile. To bump your romper look to the next level, try mixing in accessories. I found having a belt was key, along with some very sparkly jewelry!
To my amazing friends, I wish you a lifetime of happiness; I'm so happy for you guys, and thank you so much for having an open bar. :)