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Photos by Brandon Hill
Is it just me, or has time just been flying by lately? I can’t believe it’s already nearly the end of March. Before we know it it’ll be April, which means Easter is right around the corner! If you’re busy like me, it’s never too early to start looking for a special occasion dress.
Today’s look is perfect for Easter or a spring party. The pretty blush pink practically screams spring, and it’s conservative enough for church but far from boring. The sequin detailing is such a lovely touch that instantly elevates this dress. It’s hard to believe that it retails for under $250, because this baby looks designer! It’s a little more than I typically spend, but I think it’s a bargain for a quality beaded piece.
The thing I love most about this dress is how comfortable it is. I have worn plenty of sequins dresses in my day, and let me just say that that is not usually the case. I always have trouble with sequin dresses being itchy or rubbing against my skin. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this was not a problem at all with this dress. Finally, something that is beautifully beaded and comfy! Get the look down below.