4 rad jumpsuits for the modern bride

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There’s no better way to make a statement at a wedding than a non-traditional outfit for the bride. There are some gorgeous jumpsuits that would make a perfect ensemble for the daring bride. Some are definitely more casual than others and others would be for a more tropical wedding.

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by Brittany Jepsen of The House That Lars Built 

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Phi-Style: Bridesmaid Remix – Plum

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Topiary Artist dress, $55 | No Place Like Homecoming dress, $95 | When the Night Comes dress, $100 | Fall Music Festival dress, $35 | Speakeasy Chic dress, $60 | Free to be Fanciful dress, $65 | Dancing Upon Air dress, $140 | Delicate Dazzle dress, $70

– Tram @ Phi-Style.com

[images from Modcloth]

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Introducing Brooklyn Living

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Its been 2 weeks since Brooklyn Living launched, and I just realized I never told you guys about it officially, so consider this your heads up!  Its quite a long time in the making (I think 3 years?), and really came from me wanting to have a voice in other topics, not just weddings.  My Pinterest page has been a great outlet for me, but there are always things I’d love to be able to share with you, the readers, and I felt like a blog would be a good place to start.  By all means, starting a new blog isn’t easy…starting one in 2015 vs 2007 back when Brooklyn Bride started, is COMPLETELY different.  There are so many things to think about like editorial calendars, social media strategies, content, etc etc…I don’t want to feel pressured but at the same time you have to think about all these things.  I started Brooklyn Bride years 8 years ago to document my wedding for myself, and I feel like I want Brooklyn Living to be the same way.  Just a natural progression from bridal to talking about things after the wedding, from babies to home design to honestly, whatever is interesting me at the moment, and all with a modern perspective.  I invite you to check it out and follow along through the RSS feed or via social media (cuz you just gotta have it!), and if you’ve got any topics you’d like me to consider discussing (perhaps questions on interior design?), please email me, I’d love to hear from you!

Brooklyn Living on Twitter, Facebook, Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.

 

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