We’re already well into wedding season, but chances are you still have a number of weddings left to attend (late summer into early fall is when wedding season really seems to pick up).
Every. single. time. I stand in front of my closet a few weeks in advance and try to figure out if I have any options that I can re-use or re-work to make them feel fresh and fun without spending money on another dress. Searching for tips on how to “restyle a bridesmaid dress” is the easiest way to get inspiration, from the dramatic (dye it another color) to the mundane (change your makeup look or add interesting jewelry). Many similar tips, like topping the dress with a blazer, white t-shirt, or loosely tied button-up, play down the look and work well to bring some of the dresses hanging limply in your closet into the everyday realm, meaning more bang for your buck.
Speaking of weddings, they usual require travel. And with more airlines adopting the budget/cheapskate model (Spirit is the worst no longer), you may be trying to squeeze everything you’ll need for travels into a carry-on or even a personal item. Here are some great packing tips for the bold dresser.
Assumed this headline was referring to the scrunchie (THE SCRUNCHIE IS BACK!) and was pleasantly surprised to find a number of truly lovely and updated takes on this other ‘90s hair classic. I’m particularly loving that citrus-slice-shaped Free People choice…
And in case you’re wondering, here are 5 ways to style that scrunchie.
And in case your scrunchie stashpile has dropped in the last 20 years, here are 20 cute ones to consider investing in.
Have a great weekend!