Searching for Something Unfound

So my dear friend Dawn is getting married in April!
And I have to tell you I’m SO excited because this means two things:

1. Dance. Party.

Dawn is one of the funnest (is that a word?) people I know. She is a riot. She is a party. She is sweet and bubbly, one of my very dear friends, and has been known to burn a whole in many a dance floor. Therefore it’s to be expected that her wedding is going to be the party of a century. This it will be… not to mention a very beautiful and elegant event as well.

2. New dress.

I have mentioned it many times before on this blog, but I will say it once again. Each of my friends gets a new wedding dress. Wait. That sounds wrong. What I mean to say is I get a new dress for each of my friends’s weddings. There we go. Dawn is no exception. And my closet is getting quite full! Thank goodness there aren’t many more of my friends to still venture off into the land of wedded bliss. Then again I do really love having an excuse to buy a new dress, so this might not be as big of a blessing as I’m making it out to be…

At any rate I have the extreme misfortune of knowing exactly what kind of dress I want. I mean I can perfectly picture it in my head. The color. The silhouette. The material. The shoes I’ll pair with it. Even my makeup and lipstick color. The trouble is I can’t find it. Anywhere. I’m searching for something that’s unfound. Quite possibly something that doesn’t exist. I’m hoping it does. At the very least something similar.
And in this pursuit of the unfound imagined dress, I’ve come across many warm-weather springtime inspirations. So since I have yet to find the dress I’ll share with you these things I have found.


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