My DSMA Blue Fridays photoshoot- the opera gown

We’re getting fancy today for Blue Friday!

This opera gown is very comfy and classic. Comfort for me is very important when watching any kind of show. I don’t want to be shifting around or bound up tight.

Every Friday we wear blue to support those affected by diabetes. If you’re catching any kind of theatre, consider wearing a traditional dark navy for the occasion.
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What blue are you wearing this Friday?

J

My DSMA photoshoot- the short party dress

Dancing the night away or heading to a lounge?

I personally haven’t done both in years but IF I did, I think I’d wear something like this. If you have been following me for a while, you’ll know that I typically live in gym gear or am sporting around casual clothing.

Every Friday we wear blue to support those affected by diabetes, appropriately called Blue Fridays.

Although typically on Fridays I am sporting blue in a different way, I found trying this dress on fun. It’s nice to pretend right?
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What blue are you wearing this Friday?

J

My DSMA Blue Fridays photoshoot- gala ball hopping

Out of all the thrift dresses I tried on, this one is by far my favourite.

I always kick off the weekend by sharing a different fashion of blue.

This one is such a beautiful shade of it too for Blue Fridays (where we wear blue to support those affected by diabetes).

Remember to use the hash tag #bluefridays when you participate. Go ahead and tag me as well. I’d love to see what you’re sporting.

Don’t mind the tag at the front of the dress. I tried to neatly tuck it in. Would you wear this?

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Are you getting fancy today? Or wearing a casual accent of blue for Blue Fridays?

I’m excited to be doing some swim training with another t1d athlete tomorrow. I think I’ll pack my blue bathing suit 🙂

J

My DSMA Blue Fridays Photoshoot-After 8 sequence dress

A multi-blue, after 8 sequence dress. Big shoulder pads and even bigger sparkle.

Every Friday we wear blue to support those affected by diabetes. It’s called Blue Fridays and it’s all the rage! Enjoy the blinding photos.
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Have a look at the other thrift store dresses I tried on:

80’s secretary dress with pleated skirt

Rose Spanish style dress

Modern silk evening dress

I’ll have some new Friday fashions next week.

What blue are you wearing this Friday? As sparkly as this?

J

My DSMA Blue Fridays Photoshoot- Modern Evening Dress

It’s blue, silk, flows well and is perfect for an evening dinner. Paired with simple pumps, an up ‘do, and a sleek clutch and you’re ready for the night.

We wear blue each Friday to support those affected with diabetes.

This outfit is dedicated to your weekend out.

It’s the third thrift dress I found in my favourite Friday colour.
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Take a look back at my other blue thrift store finds:

80’s secretary dress with pleated skirt

Rose Spanish dance dress

What blue are you wearing this Friday?

J

My DSMA Blue Fridays Photoshoot-Spanish Style

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone,

It’s the second installment of my thrift store dresses in blue.

We wear blue every friday to support those affected by diabetes.

I’m not sure the origin of this dress but I feel like it has a Spanish flare to it. Spain is known for its passionate, romantic and ultra-sexy dance styles so for Valentine’s Day, I think this fits well.
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Remember to use the hashtag #BlueFridays when you participate.

And since it’s love day, don’t forget about the Spare a Rose, Save a Child initiative. Help save a diabetic child’s life by donating, which will provide funds for much needed supplies like insulin, strips and access to doctors.

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How are you wearing blue today?

J