Wedding Season

The most romantic season of the year has arrived: Wedding Season. We can finally wear fancy dresses and hair dos and dream about how and where we would celebrate our own wedding. I am a casual girl, I like to feel comfortable in everything I wear and that also counts for a wedding. My go-to-wedding-outfits are cute mini- or maxi dresses and a pair of shoes, I can last all day and night in, combined with natural hair and make-up. Of course no wedding outfit is perfect without a statement piece of jewellery- whether you are the bride, or the bridesmaid. I am soon going to be the latter on my sisters wedding (I’ll tell you more about it) and so I tested this flowy, blush-coloured gown by Religion Clothing UK this weekend, combined with Adidas Originals and this amazing diamond ring by Verlobungsringe.de.

If you are looking for more wedding inspiration, stay tuned, I am going to post more wedding outfit-ideas. And if you are still looking for the perfect engagement ring, or if you simply want to wear a sparkly show stopper like me have a look here.

Happy Wedding Season!


SILK DRESS RELIGION CLOTHING UK
DIAMOND RING VERLOBUNGSRINGE.DE
JACKET LEVIS TAILORSHOP BERLIN
SNEAKERS ADIDAS ORIGINALS
HANDBAG REBECCA MINKOFF
GOLD BRACELET CARTIER LOVE COLLECTION
SUNGLASSES RAY BAN
TRIANGLE NECKLACE & CHOKER MY·ELIZA
GOLD CROSS NECKLACE VINTAGE

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