I ordered the dress in February and at that time, it was a tight fight. When I wore it this time around, it was actually a tiny bit looser. Hehehe. Being that it was strapless, I had to be careful of it slipping down. Good thing that didn't happen at the wedding!
I bought this clutch/purse specifically for this wedding since I wanted a place to put my phone and makeup for touch-ups, but then I discovered on the day of that this dress came with pockets!! Hahaha. Oh wells. =P I guess I can use this purse another time. It's very sparkly!
I had needed silver shoes and did not want to spend money on a pair of silver shoes I might not wear often, especially if it was a sandal-heel type of shoe. So, because this particular pair of black shoes had been slightly scuffed up, I decided it was the perfect shoe to transform. In the end, I was very very pleased with the shoes. This is what they looked like before all the glitter.
Here are my DIY glitter shoes! This is what they looked like after 4 layers of glitter and one layer of clear acrylic varnish. This picture definitely does not do it justice. It is almost blindingly glittery in the right lighting. It makes me giddy to wear! =D
This entire outfit including accessories was non-thrifted! It feels wrong somehow! =P
Dress - David's Bridal
Necklace - DIY
Shoes - Sears - DIY Glitter
Clutch - Marshalls
Watch - Gifted