Chattanooga gardens & swing dresses.
Regardless of what the officials say, summer has rolled into Tennessee and with is so has wedding season. For possibly the first time in my life, I decided to prepare for this event-filled time of the year, instead of having a melt down the night before I watch a couple of friends commit their lives to each other. I have mentioned this before, but here you have the first evidence of the perfect collection of summer time event dresses I came upon at Anthropologie this season. I can't wait to dance the night away in this bright swing dress with Mr. K!
The pleats on this dress are so fun and flirty. Last week, I took this bright garment on a walk through the Chattanooga Choo Choo Gardens and the breeze made this dress dance in the best way.
The Gardens at the Choo Choo are like walking through time. This historic spot in Chattanooga is undergoing a lot of transition, and old is truly meeting new. Although depot diners of days past have converted into music venues and hip restaurants, the gardens are still filled with glamorous train cars ( that you can stay the night in!) and you can hear Glen Miller's voice as you explore. Mr. K and I went to an event in the gardens a few weekends ago to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the recording of the venue's famous anthem, complete with live big band music and a champagne tower. Jay Gatsby would have been proud.
I can't wait to share my other favorite summer dresses with you in the next few weeks! Spoiler alert: there are lots of sunny shades involved.
What fancy frocks can you not wait to wear this summer? Share with me in the comments below!
Wearing - orange pleated swing dress from Anthropologie, braided sandals by Kenneth Cole (similar here and here), embroidered clutch via Imports from Marrakesh at Chelsea Market, Rayne necklace in slate by Kendra Scott, Elisa necklace in rose quartz by Kendra Scott, round sunnies by Ray-Ban
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