I had one of those strange weeks where on Tuesday, it felt like Friday, and on Thursday, it felt like Tuesday. Time was going fast and slow all at once.
HOWEVER! We got the very first pictures of one of the size-inclusive wedding dresses we designed with Lace & Liberty in a real-life wedding this week (you know, other than Gina’s), and I’m so pleased and proud and delighted. (And this bride looks like a million damn bucks, amiright?) This dress is called The Meg, and it happens to be the dress that I basically singlehandedly brought into the world by force of will. There is nothing I love more in this world than a sheath lace wedding dress, unless it’s a sheath lace wedding dress with a serious corseting structure that holds up your boobs and does not require you to wear a bra. That, my friends, is the dream. And I’m so happy I was able to help bring it into this world with the team at Lace & Liberty… and some of my favorite high-quality lace in the whole world. We’ll have the whole wedding for you shortly, but till then, let’s coast into the weekend on some serious wedding dress good vibes.
And with that, I’m off for a weekend with a preschool ballet recital and celebrating Shavuot. Chag Sameach to the rest of you celebrating… and may you enjoy that cheesecake.
Around the Web with Jareesa
Our former intern (but forever our girl), Rachel, is here and queer and we couldn’t love her any more
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These kids jamming to “Old Town Road” is the joy we need