Wednesday, August 26, 2015

For the bride to be

According to recent surveys, today’s weddings are extremely expensive—they can run in the tens of thousands for the most part.

One thing that you can do to help keep the cost down is to buy a used dress for the big day.  There are many dresses that you can find that can fit your budget.  The first thing that you can do is to look for a dress that you can up-cycle, which is what you could do with this dress.

You can see this terrific wedding dress in my Etsy shop here.  Another thing that you can do is to tell your attendants what color of a dress to find.  This way you can let their imaginations run wild.  This way they could even use the dress for another formal event.  One dress that they could use is this terrific one by COREY P.


You can see it in my eBay shop here.  Another thing that you will want to consider is a purse to take with you.  You can get something really fancy at a good price to take with you, like this great COACH purse.

You can see that purse in my eBay shop here.  What kind of items have you worn to a wedding?

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Purses for all!

Today, a designer purse is quite an investment.  A nearly new or slightly used one leaves room in the budget for those have-to-have shoes or the dress you would leave behind on the rack.

There are quite a few ones that you can find that fit into this area.  The first one that comes to mind is this purse that was made by Douney & Bourke.

The great thing about this purse is that it has the matching coin purse.  You can see this great purse in my eBay store here.  Another purse that helps the budget is this leather example by Coach.

What's great about it is that it has two sets of straps on it for different lengths.  You can see this purse in my eBay store here.  Another wild example that could go with just about any outfit is this terrific example by Whiting & Davis.

This will most definitely add a POP of color to any outfit.  You can see the Whiting & Davis purse in my eBay store here.

What kinds of designer purses have you run across?