mix and match


Before I got married, I never followed wedding blogs. Now, it’s a daily ritual.

It’s a perfectly masochistic hobby — a daily dose of two parts inspiration and one part tortuous regret that your day is done. over. finished.

If you’re a wedding blog follower, you inevitably know about BLDHN, the Anthropologie bridal line. And if you’re a natural rebel, you inevitably think the whole thing is overrated. (To be clear, the dresses and accessories and table decor are undeniably stunning. But they’ve been drooled over so much, you’ve vowed to spend your drool elsewhere.)

The other day, I came across a BLDHN concept that even the rebel in me could not ignore — mix and match tops and bottoms.

As a girl who fantasized about showing up at prom in a Pink Floyd t-shirt with a bouncy, floor-length formal princess skirt, the idea of mixing separates to your bridal liking was just too much.

Single ladies and married has-beens, mix and match to your hearts content. Or until to torture gets to you.


1 comment :

  • GB

    Ironically my wedding dress was precisely that . . . . Mix & Match. I’ll write about it someday . . . . .or maybe I already have.

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