I've been on the go the past couple weeks (and Michael was in Nepal) so sadly I haven't been able to share as much as I wanted to with you! I traveled to St. Louis to visit my family, attend a football game at Mizzou and even go to my high school reunion dressed in this Floral Shift Dress.
A Black Tie fête may not happen that often, but you better be ready when they do with a knockout gown and jewels to match.
If a wedding invitation specifies Black Tie optional, then it is time to bring on the glitz and glamour!
Elevated from a cocktail attire wedding, black tie optional insinuates that the event is super fancy and your attire should follow suit.
Fall is quickly becoming the height of wedding season and if hand-calligraphed envelopes have graced your mailbox, you've already started stressing about what to wear to each fête.
"Dressing the part" is a key element to being a great wedding guest and it's important to properly coordinate your attire to the host's specified dress code.
But don't stress! I'm going to teach you ladies (and men) what to wear to a black tie, black tie optional and cocktail wedding in a three-part series with Rent the Runway starting right now!
What's old is new again...and denim skirts are baaccckk! 90's style, button up versions are totally on trend but I am more into sleek sophisticated versions that can easily be worn to work.
From 9-to-5, pair this $60 denim pencil skirt with a gingham button-down shirt tucked in and nude heels. Then after work, untuck your top, tie it up in a knot for a playful, flirty look and add a red lip.