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Florals & Vintage

Earlier this summer, I attended a wedding in New York. The ceremony and reception took place at the beautiful Metropolitan Building in Long Island City. Offering a shabby-chic feel, the former warehouse was the perfect venue for a vintage themed wedding. With exposed bricks and countless early 20th century furniture and decor, the ambiance was nothing short of romantic.

For my outfit, I donned a floral chiffon dress from GS LOVE. Though not visible in the photos, my shoes were blush-colored blocked heel sandals from Boohoo.com. My makeup was subtle, with a little pink shimmer on the eyelids. In all, it was a fun wedding, and the only one I attended this summer. See pictures below.




That's all folks. Have a great weekend!

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  1. It's a beautiful dress; very lovely print.

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  2. Your dress is absolutely gorgeous! Really love the style and print!

    I attended 4 weddings this summer and have a November wedding upcoming....big celebrations of love!

    www.lifeofchi.co.uk

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  3. The décor of the place is so lovely, so is your dress. Love your makeup! xx
    Coco Bella Blog

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  4. I love florals and I wear them all year and this dress is so pretty, I love the colours of it!! x

    Yiota
    PinkDaisyLoves

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  5. It must be a lovely wedding. Your dress is lovely.

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  6. Wow this dress looks amazing on you! Love the soft colors.

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  7. Wonderful dress!

    My new blog...
    https://dinamighty.com/

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  8. Totally obsessed with your floral dress!
    Kisses, Paola.

    Expressyourself

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  9. What a fantastic Dress, you look adorable!

    lovely Greetings

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  10. Wow, this dress is absolutely stunning! The print and colors are just perfect together. I miss wearing summer dresses already!

    Best,
    Christina
    Looks by Lau

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