To Buy or to DIY
the feather trim dress
I’ve always been obsessed with the flirty detail of ostrich feathers. What an interesting texture to add to clothing, right ? I’m loving that it’s in style right now. Something I’m not so in love with? the price tag. these flocked frocks come in hot at 200$+. Even the trim itself can get pretty expensive, which is why I’m showing you where to get yours!
Last week my roommate and I, (if you follow me on Instagram, you know what a duo we can be) has a wine tasting with 90+ cellars. The CEO, Brett, shared his passion and knowledge for the wine he sells. It was a great opportunity to learn, sip, and enjoy the amazing location. The event was hosted at the Fairmont Copley. If you’ve ever been, you are immediately struck by the iridescent walls, everything seems to glow. I’ve never been during the holiday season and the place was decked to the ‘9s. I’ll definitely be back to lobby crash, at the least for a picture or two!
Feather trim ( I used 2 yards)
Dress from your closet!
- Pin the feather trim to the edge of your dress.
- Sew around the edge to secure!
try 90+ cellars prosecco when you get a secco