Okay, I can't lie to you. Technically, we celebrated Easter with my side of the family last weekend because we knew I was going to be out of commission for a little while. I had borrowed this beautiful dress from Gwynnie Bee, and I was not going to pass up the chance to wear it out. I have discovered that I absolutely LOVE the 1950s' full skirt silhouette this dress has. I want every dress I own to look like this one. If I could have found a pair of gloves I would have totally felt like Audrey Hepburn.
|Spense Dress c/o Gwynnie Bee|
Sean has so many cousins and extended relatives on my side of the family so the annual Easter egg hunt is always a chaotic, but joyful time. We always have a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny, though my nephew likes to tell everyone that it's not really the Easter Bunny, that it's a "sossume" (love the way little kids say things!)
This is another example of what great things Gwynnie Bee can do for your closet. I would have never have paid full-price for this dress to wear one time for Easter. We all have dresses like that- they stand out too much or they are too fancy for everyday wear. They languish all alone shoved into those deep, dark corners of your closet. They usually waste space and waste money. But with Gwynnie Bee's "Clothing without Commitment" philosophy, you will never run into this problem again. What do you do with fancy, special occasion dresses?