• How To Slay Your 10 Year Class Reunion

    Hey curvies!!!

    This is a special post, because I celebrated my 10 year class reunion last weekend!!!! I honestly cannot believe its been 10 years since I graduated high school, I literally remember prom dress shopping (that’s another post), applying to colleges, and walking across stage (I just knew I was going to trip). This reunion meant a lot to me, because although I still stay in the same city as some of my classmates everyone is super busy with LIFE and it was comforting to see familiar faces when walking into a room. Our class reunion was a three day experience and once I knew the event layout I jumped into outfit planning mode.

    Day one was an evening event with the theme “Re-MEET and Greet” I actually tried to find an outfit but I only wanted something like a little black dress-ish. Shopping my closet for this outfit was a great decision. I paired a lace cover-up over a black bodycon. I love my red fringe block heels and knew they would add the perfect pop of color. I added a super simple clutch bag that literally held everything I needed for the night. I did not want my bag to over power my outfit. (Outfit details below)

    ~ Outfit Details ~ Cover-up (similar) ~ Bodycon ~ Sandals (similar) ~ Handbag (similar) ~


    Day two of our reunion consisted of two events the “Skate Party” and the “Reunion Dance.” I still have yet to learn how to skate so I actually passed on the  “Skate Party,” but could not wait for the “Reunion Dance.” For this event I opted for a red dress. Loving on floor length dresses has been my thing lately and the cute shoulder details were a plus. There was a more custom dress option but it was around $279. I was shocked when I found this similar dress for only $33.99. I was totally winning with this dress and I wore my comfortable block heels. I added fringe earrings and a cute handbag that had fringe details. (Outfit details below)

    ~ Outfit Details ~ Dress ~  Sandals ~ Handbag ~ Earrings ~


    Day three was “Church Service and Family Day.” For church service I wanted to re-wear a dress. I wore this dress at the evening blogger event at the TCFStyle Expo. I actually got sick that night and did not spend an hour at that event. I paired this dress with my customized denim jacket and loved the outcome. I added my cognac sandals and completed this outfit. (Outfit details below)

    ~ Outfit Details ~ Dress ~  Sandals (similar) ~ Denim Jacket ~ Handbag (similar) ~



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