What I Wore to the Benefit Silent Auction

Fashion, OOTD


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H&M) Shoes (ALDO)

I snapped a quick photo of my outfit before heading out the door for a benefit, silent auction.  What do you wear to a silent auction (this being my first time)?  Black works for every occasion and is my go-to color for new situations.  I’m very comfortable in  black. I love this dress because it has an embossed, tribal print in the center.  I paired this with my new ALDO snake skin pumps from the outlets.  I love getting a good deal – these shoes were originally $80 and I bought them for $20!  Yes, they are a half-size to big, but that is why there are insoles.  I felt a little like Drizella or Anastasia as I made my feet work for the shoes.  However, it was worth it.  Making small feet wear bigger shoes is better than big feet wearing small shoes. I took a quick photo with  my Iphone, but I’ll definitely post a better picture for all my readers to admire my great shopping abilities!

P.S. The silent auction benefited Gwinnett Children’s Shelter.  While I didn’t win anything, I did help up the bid on several of the items from Symphony Orchestra tickets to wine.

3 thoughts on “What I Wore to the Benefit Silent Auction

  1. What a beautiful LBD! I love the shoes you put with it also, and totally agree that too big shoes are easier to wear then too small! Great comment about insoles! 🙂

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