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StyleWe inspiring recreational window shopping

I've just came back from short trip to Nizhniy Novgorod where I went to see a friend of mine. I totally had a blast there and was very happy to see and know my friend is ok. Also I had some time to explore the city as you might guess if you follow me on instagram. As usual right after the trip it's hard to post anything I need my brains to post (like trip report which I have a dozen but still haven't posted). I wanted to go for something I actually used for myself to have my head refreshed. It's actually some online shopping (anything goes) repeat until you feel better. As I don't have gazillion of money and have something awful we call budget alongside with even more awful phrase 'you are running out of dressing room space' I went for window shopping. I found several nice shops to do it freely and not spending a penny even though I would wanted to. Why? because I window shop inspiring items I don't need. I see no use in buying bridesmaid dresses no matter how cool/flattering/romantic/elegant/charming they are. Practically I don't have neither any wedding around the corner nor even people who might get married any time soon. Well, who knows who knows but still. 
Today I want to share with you my choices on bridesmaid dresses - safe and inspiring subject for tired after trains and traveling me. I will share with you my top three choices I came around in online shop StyleWe.com which I highly recommend you to visit even if you don't need formal wear. They have dozen of clothes of any occasions from weddings and cocktail parties to everyday life and office. So lets pass on to my favorite bridesmaid dresses from StyleWe.com
Summer and elegant option. Small red floral details, a little boho. Very flattering dress. As skirt is see though with shorter underskirt it is a great a rare option for longer skirt for shorter girls. You will enjoy the length feeling safe you don't look like hobbit. Very chic and romantic bridesmaid option.
Very pretty apricot silk dress. I like the way print is distributed around the dress and those butterflies makes this dress not serious which is great for younger bridesmaids or bridesmaids wishing to show their playful girly temper still looking appropriate for a wedding.
In case the wedding you are attending is nowhere serious and people just having fun during the ceremony (which is absolutely fantastic, remember I got married wearing Hawaiian shirt with pineapple and ukulele print). Basically it is absolutely gorgeous slid dress with funny abstract print. And it is also short. And I madly love it.

What do you think about my choices? Which one is your personal fave? Let me know what you think!

P.S. I highly recommend you to check StyleWe.com social media for more inspiration:

I was sharing:
Wonderful bridesmaid dresses from StyleWe.com

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Here I show you an online dress store full of appealing dresses including bridal gowns and evening apparels.

Bridesmaid Dresses 2017

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  1. Lovely post dear! Have a great day! xx

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  2. love the first and the second dress1

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  3. Beautiful dresses. The last dress is such an eyecatcher :)

    Brina xoxo,
    www.sweetstreetstyle.blogspot.com

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  4. Lovely dresses dear :)

    http://shizasblog.blogspot.com/

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  5. Спасибо за пост!

    http://evgenijamir.blogspot.com/

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  6. That first dress is enchanting! Looking forward to your travel diary! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose NEW BEAUTY POST

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  7. sometimes you need a pretty dress and a twirl to go along with it!

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