Monday, June 4, 2018

Wedding Guest Dresses Under $150

Happy Monday, friends!  This weekend, Mike and I attended our second wedding of the year, for his best friend's little sister.  Oh my gosh, it was the most beautiful wedding, and I will definitely be sharing some photos soon!  Would you believe that this year, we have seven weddings?!  At the beginning of the year, I joked that I should wear the same dress for each of them and take a photo with Mike in his ever-changing suits and tuxes.  Well, the weddings vary between formal and casual, so I decided I couldn't do that, so a different dress for every wedding it is.  Oh my, can it get expensive!  I've been LOVING Nordstrom for dresses I can wear once (and not feel bad about it).  My goal (for a dress I think I'll only wear once this year) is $150 or less.  I've rounded up a bunch of formal dress options as well as more casual choices for y'all today, if you're getting ready for wedding season, too!

6 comments:

Sarah said...

That blue off the shoulder number is perfection! All these are pretty, but that one's by far my favorite. I still like the idea of one dress for every occasion, though, haha!

Jen said...

Ok I need all of these in my closet haha. They are all so cute.

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