August 27, 2014

{STYLE} Outdoor Weddings in Addition Elle

Though the rules and etiquette around dressing for weddings are rapidly evolving, there are some rules that I still think are valuable when getting ready to watch a happy couple say, "I do." There's the obvious rule of not wearing white to a wedding: though some couples explicitly ask that their guests do wear white, unless you have those directions in writing, it's absolutely best to avoid it. Instead, opting for bright, cheery colors and playful patterns (while adhering to the invitation's dress code), is the best policy.

I picked out this bright pink number from Addition Elle to wear to an upcoming outdoor wedding. The color is perfect for a lush, green setting - and the material and cut are incredibly comfortable for dancing the night away, (this one is a strong contender for daytime weddings, too - with this one being more appropriate for evenings).



This post was sponsored by Addition Elle.
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17 comments:

  1. what a beautiful dress! and I love the shoes!!

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  2. I rarely comment on anything. But you look amazing!

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  3. Beautiful cut and color for you. Love your hair here too.

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  5. Jordan - Queen of LAAugust 27, 2014 at 5:17 PM

    you look PHENOM!

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  6. Love that color on you!
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  7. You look beautiful!
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  10. that dress is perfection on you, nicolette!

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  12. You look phenomenal...and you're inspiring me to take charge to follow in your phenomenality. I hate to presume, and although love IS transformative, but - can you share any tips you can if you have them as to how you brought all the best out in your curves. Thanks for bringing it. Heidi
    PS: I have to share some disappointing news. I brought a load of clothes to my local Buffalo Exchange in Astoria Queens after having spoken to their manager (and having read your high praise of the outfit months ago; when I mentioned you, the buyer was ignorant of who you were...first bad sign). I explained that I had a ton of stuff in sizes 12-18 and that they were classic cut and definitely transition pieces (from Summer to Fall: denim capris, pencil skirts, etc). From the moment I walked in with my load of goods, i was condescended to. My clothes were scrutinized with grimaces as if they were rags (Well kept clean Raffaela, Lane Bryant, with some JC Penneys and INC...you get the idea.) The smug buyer, who seemed offended by my presence, went over her list of what was "trendy" and what would "sell" (There were NO plus sizes represented in the store.) By the time this woman went through my first granny buggy (there were three), she's accepted ONE item. I told her that she might as well take a look at the shoes I brought as they could be worn "all year round" and all four pairs were bought. Nicolette, I don't want to play the victim, but I felt that the manager, Rocco and his staff at this Buffalo Exchange on Ditmars Avenue in Astoria were fatphobes who couldn't wait to get me out of their bigoted store. They acted as if they were doing me a favor whilst I looked around at their stock to find old NIKE tee shirts and filthy used shoes. I had to wonder how these rubes, who looked like a bunch of uncoordinated hipsters, had the nerve to regail me with what was "trendy". Dear God, they looked like recycled college kids from Chelsea circa 1992.
    I cut the whole episode short and decided to take the $20 profit and donate the rest. I suppose the purpose of my rant is to warn you and the rest of your readers - especially those in Astoria - that Buffalo Exchange should be avoided and better yet, banned. Thanks for your patience.

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  13. This looks absolutely beautiful on you! What a fantastic color.

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