How To // Rewear your Bridesmaid’s Dress (Intro)

KH2We can all relate with Katherine Heigl’s 27 Dresses character: we get the exciting news that we’re chosen to be part of the wedding party, seek out and shell out for the perfect bridesmaid dress, offer advice on every little wedding detail, and finally have a blast at the wedding. But where does that bridesmaid dress end up? At the back of your closet, too expensive, too beautiful, and/or too memorable to ever part with. It will always look like a bridesmaid’s dress, right? WRONG! This week, I’m showcasing three ways and six styling tips to get your already beautiful, expensive, memorable dress out of the closet and into your life whether it be for work, weekend, or a night out on the town.

THE DRESS: Last May I had the honor of wearing this Jenny Yoo bridesmaid dress for my best friend’s wedding in Chicago by my own personal choice. I chose to style it for this challenge since champagne and blush have been such popular choices in recent wedding seasons and because I absolutely love my dress and still want to wear it again and again and again…

WeddingNovotny WeddingCheck back everyday this week for a new way to style your old bridesmaid’s dress!

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6 thoughts on “How To // Rewear your Bridesmaid’s Dress (Intro)

  1. I have the cutest little black and white polka dress from my friend’s wedding last spring so am looking forward to your blog posts 🙂 It’s not too fancy, but just hanging there!

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