the one thing: sarah seven.
with the holidays in full swing, many of us are on the hunt for something to wear to all those parties that pop up this time of year. you want something feminine and festive, but that you can also wear again, possibly during wedding season the following summer. enter sarah seven, a line of ready-to-wear and bridal dresses made with natural fabrics like silk, cotton, wool, and linen. yesterday i attended a brunch in honor of the latest collection at the designer's san francisco boutique and it did not disappoint. the new season includes lots of sparkle in the form of full sequin dresses with see-through backs, colored lace, floral chiffon, and more.
kelli from rue magazine, whitney of britt and whit, amanda of ifb and slow like honey, and sarah of sarah seven
if you're a bride-to-be, the sparkle makes its way to the bridal collection, like a truly stunning rhinestone covered bustier gown (which appears on the latest cover of brides magazine) and short options for the fashion-forward or for a reception dress. with a good range of prices and a percentage of each sale goes towards two charities, you can feel good about doing good while you're looking good.
sarah seven (twitter / facebook), showroom at 3138 geary street, san francisco and 2424 ne broadway, portland