Category: Dresses

An Origin Story, A Festive Outfit, and A Blog Linkup

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I’m doing something a little different this Thursday and sharing the origin story of Graceful Rags, both for my longtime supporters and the new faces in my virtual crowd. I’m also super excited to be teaming up with Ada from Elegance and Mommyhood to cohost a blogger linkup! Keep reading for more details on that and to find out how this little corner of the internet came to be. Continue reading “An Origin Story, A Festive Outfit, and A Blog Linkup”

6 Excuses to Dress Up This Holiday Season

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As someone who spends hours each week maintaining this little fashion blog, it’s no surprise I absolutely love dressing up—and I know I’m not the only one. Especially this time of year, when tons of bloggers and stores are sharing holiday dresses, it’s hard not to get an itch to put on alllll the sparkles and glam. Unfortunately, some of us don’t have extravagant work or holiday parties to attend…(I mean, do they even really exist?! I keep waiting to get invited to one but it still hasn’t happened yet…) But who needs posh parties, am I right? Today’s blog post is all about 6 excuses to dress up this holiday season—that don’t require an exclusive invite. Continue reading “6 Excuses to Dress Up This Holiday Season”

Gift Guides: I Don’t Think So

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Even though Thanksgiving still hasn’t arrived yet, it seems a lot of people are already preparing for Christmas! I don’t like to skip any holidays…but I must admit, all this Christmas cheer is making me pretty excited. Not to mention, the blogosphere has already been inundated with holiday-themed posts, Christmas music playing in the background of Instagram Stories, and gift guides galore. So many gift guides, in fact, that I feel no need to create any of my own. Today’s post is all about this fun wintery outfit and why you won’t be seeing any gift guides from me this upcoming holiday season. Continue reading “Gift Guides: I Don’t Think So”