Monday, August 2, 2010
we took a gorgeous train ride along the hudson river this past weekend to a wedding in upstate new york.
no, not chelsea's, but for a great guy & gal that were head over heels.
while their wedding day was filled with many beautiful details, it was the gray convertible bridesmaids dresses that caught my eye. each bridesmaid donned a flattering style that fit her figure best. i struggled to pick a favorite as each gal walked down the aisle in their custom fit. they all looked stunning!
at somewhat of a steep starting price ($270), it might help to do some math. sorry, i'm married to a nerdy numbers guy and sometimes it rubs off. if you figure the dress has the ability to be styled at least 15 ways, and you perhaps like 6 of those styles, then that actually brings the cost per style to $45. quite a steal if you look at it that way! get it? i hope so, because too much math hurts my head.
any other designers out there doing something similar? or any other ideas for repurposing an old bridesmaid dress?
Posted by a thousand mason jars at 7:00 AM