Holiday Event Look

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I received a lot of questions about THIS DRESS that I posted on my Instastories over the weekend.  I absolutely loved everything about this dress – the design was super flattering and the color was perfect for the season!  My dress was in the color ‘pine’ (a dark green) and it’s available in 3 other colors here.  I do recommend sizing up- I had to size up two sizes, from my regular size small to a size large.

I wore the dress to a ‘Black Tie Optional’ wedding in Athens, Georgia.  I really debated how dressed up everyone would be and I was pleasantly surprised to find that most of the guests were dressed in Black Tie Attire.  My dress was perfect – the tea-length cut was not too long and not too short.  The hem kicked up when I walked and even twirled when I danced!  I will never say ‘no’ to a dress with twirl!  I paired the dress with these heelsthis clutch, and similar earrings.  I also love this dressthis velvet dress, and this jumpsuit for holiday events!

How cute was the Best Man and our sweet baby (baby only made a brief appearance at the reception for pictures and hugs)?!  Chapel’s dress is a vintage find, but this and this are great options!  Her bracelets are June + Penny and her bow is from Kait and Kids.

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My Makeup Look:

Primer:  Honest Co Everything Primer

Foundation:  100% Pure BB Cream in Aglow

Blush and Highlighter:  100% Pure Pretty Naked II Palette

Eyeshadow: Lily Lolo Pure Indulgence Palette

Mascara:  100% Pure Black Tea

Lips: 100% Pure Cocoa Butter Matte Lipstick in Pink Canyon

In case you were wondering, I wore this skirt in navythis top in navy, these earringssimilar shoes and similar jacket to the rehearsal dinner at LRG Provisions!

Happy Holiday Dressing!

xoxo, Lauren

Lauren Hull

I live in Atlanta, Georgia with my dreamboat husband Jonathan and our giant red goldendoodle, Abraham Lincoln.  I am passionate about health and wholeness for women- mind, body + soul.

‘I am going to make everything around me beautiful – that will be my life.’ – Elsie De Wolfe