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We are two best friends documenting their adventures in travel, food, style and design while based in St.John's, Newfoundland.

We Wore: Winter Wedding

We Wore: Winter Wedding

We all know that our go-to is black for any event, and we make no exceptions for weddings. Choosing an outfit during fall or winter can be difficult, we find ourselves leaning towards longer dresses with heavier fabrics for the cooler seasons.

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jess wore: empire waist dress from asos and shoes by steve madden

Jess went with a black and natural tone pleated dress. Although the dress is long, the empire waist and plunging neckline flattered her shape. We both decided to go with footwear that we would last all night on the dance floor, which is key for actually enjoying a wedding. We recommend always going for a shoe that you know is comfortable and that won't ruin your night. Jess chose these sandals by Steve Madden (and swears they're the most comfortable shoes she owns).

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lauren wore: backless dress from aritzia and olive shoes from aldo

I opted for a long dress with an open back. The longer line of the dress makes it more appropriate for the winter season; however, the open back ensures that it's still modern. Also, the strappy back makes this piece transitional to the warmer seasons. It will be a go-to dress for any event, easily changing with new accessories. I paired it with a deep green silk waterfall jacket which you definitely need for this chilly season. 

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Of course, your date has to look good too! Our friend Jamie went with a slim fit blue suit. We think a blue or grey suit is a great option and a timeless refresh to the traditional black. It's worth investing in a quality suit, as you can easily swap out the tie or shirt for any season. 


Traditional Newfoundland Modernized

Traditional Newfoundland Modernized

Dining at Raymonds

Dining at Raymonds