I’m not gonna lie, I felt a teensy bit left out when everyone was talking about and posting Easter dresses in the last few weeks. I don’t exactly remember Easter dresses being a thing last year or the year before, but I’m happy that everyone shared what they were wearing this year!
Photography by Dave Mentzer
Since I’m Jewish (I’m not sure if you all knew that) I don’t celebrate Easter. But I DO celebrate Passover. As with most Jewish holidays, Passover starts at sundown, and ends at sundown. This is because in the Jewish faith, all days begin at nightfall, not just holidays. This gets you into a whole deep conversation about whether night follows day or day follows night and we could probably go on forever about this. You start the day with darkness and you end it with light.
Anyway, Passover lasts a week. Since I’m gluten free and don’t eat bread or wheat anyway, it hasn’t been too hard for me. Some extremely strict individuals don’t eat rice or beans either, because they “rise” when you cook them. I still eat rice, though.
BUT in an effort to post a cute dress (even if it IS after Easter and Passover, haha.) I found this adorable tassel dress from Blush and Stone Boutique. Remember these blush sneaks and this perfect ruffle top? Those are from Blush and Stone, too. They curate the most unique pieces that really elevate any look. I have my eye on this dress and these jeans, too.
My photographer and I shot these photos in the herb garden on the roof of my building just as it was starting to rain. We were going to scrap the shoot, but I’m glad we stuck with it and got these shots!
Thank you to Blush and Stone Boutique for sponsoring this post.
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Currently Sipping: Pinot Gris