Stumped on what to wear to that Black Tie Optional wedding you were invited to? Not sure if the dress should be short, long, beaded, not beaded? Does this give you a headache? Do not worry I’ll give you a few great choices and rules to help you traverse the word “optional”. I do this with the help of a great new site called Shopcade.
Shopcade helps you by saving all that you find to your most wanted lists. You can add products you love to your lists from anywhere online – whether you found it on Shopcade or another site – and share with your friends and followers.
If you have a little black dress that is your go-to then how about revamping your accessories with the Ettika collection. Like this gorgeous Vintage Ribbon on Gold Rhinestone Wrap Tennis Bracelet.
One great thing about black tie optional is that you can go with so many different options. For instance you can wear a cocktail length dress, or floor length. Sequins or not?
You can wear a short tulle dress with lots of gold sequins. Anything that focuses on gold is an instant luxe look.
Maybe you cannot decide whether you should go short or long dress. The good thing about that is that now you can wear a hi-lo dress and still be perfectly attired for a black tie optional wedding.
Maybe you want a classic look with a 20’s vibe. You can wear that beaded black dress, with statement jewelry and really dress it up.
Nothing beats a long red gown though. Make a statement at the wedding in this one shoulder dress, and I promise no one will forget what you wore.
Whatever way you decide to go Shopcade can help you navigate your shopping, and it’s highly interactive so you can invite your Facebook friends to join you. June is Shopcade’s Wedding Month and they have a Twitter party going on June 20th with INSANE prizing.
Shopcade is also giving one lucky Fashionably Organized reader a set of 4 Villeroy & Boch Boston Highball glasses (MSRP $120).
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. The opinion above is my own swayed only by my inner Fashionista.