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Wedding Season: Puff Sleeve Dress

Wedding season 2019 has officially begun! If you’ve been following my blog for all of 30 seconds, you know I embrace any excuse to dress up. So I am stoked for another wedding season. I love experimenting with silhouettes and volume, and this year’s puff sleeve trend is the perfect opportunity. A fresh take for a wedding guest look is embracing the puff sleeve. You can do the short puff sleeve, or the long puff sleeve, so long as you’re aiming for volume and a little bit of drama.

The trick to playing with volume is balance: if you’ve got volume on top, go for a nipped waist or a short hemline. If you’ve got volume on bottom, keep your upper half sleek. Lest you appear drowning in your clothes. Which is a look that may work for Reese Blutstein, but not for moi.

I have also been very into espadrilles lately. I know they’re a classic, but they fell out of my shoe rotation for a few years. I think maybe because I was living in New York for so long, and espadrilles always feel very beachy and/or European to me. And perhaps I found them to casual and Parisian (?) for the gritty NYC streets.

Scroll down for my favorite puff sleeve dresses and darling espadrilles. Pair them together this summer will ya?

The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage

The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage

The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage The perfect spring wedding look in Reformation vintage

Dress: vintage via Reformation | Espadrilles: Viscata Barcelona | Earrings: The Outlier | Hat: vintage | Bag: vintage | Sunnies: Zenni Optical

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