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Fight Dark with Creative Dresses or part 3

I planned on super relaxing Sunday and I totally got it! I relaxed playing Ni no Kuni so much I felt tired and did some domestic chores just to fresh up a bit. Yes I am that bad, I can get tired of sitting and playing sure fun and adorable video game. And as moved around cleaning and washing I remembered who much I wanted to share one post with you. I originally though to write in before going to bed but I totally felt like it now so here you have it: third post in a row about adorable dresses with a huge help of Alfabridal. There are so made dresses there, I'd say they have you covered if you need a more or less formal fancy dress for any occasion. Today I would love to talk about bridesmaid dresses again. This time I want to pick a different route and show you how beautiful modest style might be. It's a great option be you conservative, religious or simply feeling better choosing modest looking clothes. In my country when you say modest you most likely automatically mean unpretty, unflattering and badly old-fashioned. While it actually might be so (along with any other style you might pick) it should not be like that. I will show you why in my post. I did wanted to show you just one dress to stimulate you to jump on a link and see more modest bridesmaid dresses here. Do you like this dress?

Why is this dress modest, you might ask me? The back is opened and it is actually revealing. That's right, you can add a turtle neck or a blouse with it (wear it under strictly) to get the modest look. There you have it: the clothes doesn't need to be made to be modest to end up like this. The lower part fits all possible criteria and the color is just lovely, very refreshing. I hope you like it!

Have a blessed Sunday (don't forget self-care today!) and get energized for the next week. May be it be productive and happy! Love you all!


 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. I'm glad you were able to do a bit of relaxing! That dress looks so beautiful! I hope you have a fantastic week.
    the creation of beauty is art.

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