Can we talk about this dress and maybe gawk at it for a little? What a gorgeous piece. I wish I could put it on and do a fun photoshoot.
I saw this on Etsy and just had to share for #BlueFridays.
Every Friday we put on our blue accessories, clothes or whatever to celebrate and support those living with diabetes.
The #BlueFridays hash tag all started with Cherise Shockley. Check out how the initiative started here.
Wishing I was back in time,
Posting this brought me so much joy. The dress I found at the thrift store made everything sweeter.
Dress up in blue on Fridays to show your support for diabetes.
I hit the jackpot with this dress. Sequence, beading, more beading, gold? Oh my!
I show you guys an outfit at the end of each week for Blue Fridays.
Sport any kind of blue on…well…Fridays to show your support for those affected by diabetes.
Show me your blue outfit pics, hashtag it #BlueFridays and share!
Thrift store dress rack find. It’s blue stripes for summer lounging.
Every Friday we put on blue to support those affected by diabetes. Here’s this week’s dress.
Use #BlueFridays to participate! It’s a fun hashtag to accompany your #ootd (outfit of the day).
Read more about the Blue Fridays initiative here.
Summer time sadness? (If you don’t get this reference I’m a little sad.)
All I need is a crown and a wand with this Blue Friday dress.
Every Friday we wear blue to support those affected by diabetes. Today’s outfit is inspired by the magical. It’s part of my weekly fashion photo shoot at local thrift stores around Toronto.
The Blue Fridays initiative was created by Cherise Shockley in November 2010. Read more about it here.
If you’re wearing blue, snap a photo and hashtag it #BlueFriday on your social media outlets.
Dressed like a princess and pretty happy about it,
Every Friday I show you a new, blue outfit. This week’s dress had a plunging JLo neckline. So, please excuse my hand-to-heart posing.
On Fridays we wear blue to support those affected by diabetes. It’s called, appropriately so, Blue Fridays! Read more here.
So get on the bandwagon, put on some blue, take a selfie and hashtag it #BlueFridays.
Are you wearing blue today?
It’s a body hugging blue-and-black striped number. Soft material, ultra comfy and not my style at all but here it is anyways!
Every Friday we wear blue to support those affected by diabetes. Read more about the Blue Fridays initiative here.
Next time you are thinking about what to wear to kick off the weekend, consider being a #BlueFridays ambassador of fashion!
Have a great weekend everyone,
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