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What do you keep in your closet but never wear?

What is in your closet that you never wear?

Oh my goodness what a loaded question.

It would have to be this gorgeous, GORGEOUS maxi dress I bought on a whim, love and still love:

Why don’t you wear it?

My lifestyle right now, is not maxi-dress + 4″ heels conducive. I need an EVENT to wear this to. I am dying for ANY even right now, I’m even planning on crashing Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s wedding just to trot this number out.

For real.

Why do you keep it?

…because it is beautiful. It truly is. The colours, the print, I know I will wear it, with those gorgeous sandaled heels ONE DAY, and it has to happen. It just has to.

I’m considering wearing it, and just putting a sweatshirt over it, and trying to make it more “casual” for an outing to meet girlfriends in summer or something but … it really is a stunning piece meant for an event, at least a cocktail thing.

It’s just too beautiful for words.

I have other items I keep in the closet and don’t wear for similar reasons — too formal for work, but those other pieces I can wear them like pencil skirts by putting a casual sweater over top, and dressing it way down.

This one requires 4″ heels…


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  1. Jodie Bierbrauer

    Please do not try to casual-down your gorgeous gown! I agree that the day (or night) will come when the perfect event arises and you will look stunning!

    As for me, I also have a couple unworn dresses. One was purchased for New Years Eve. Another for a wedding last fall that the weather didn’t cooperate with. It’s a cute dress and I know I’ll wear it eventually so I’m not worried.

    1. Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge.

      I’ll have to save it, stay in shape and wear it to some event of Little Bun’s HAHA


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