It’s amazing to me that in less than a week I will be hopping on an airplane, for the first time in many, many years, alone! I’m off to my first blogging conference, BlissDom Canada. I love to travel with a capital L, so I am very excited, but nervous, at the same time. One thing I was worried about was whether or not I would have to go buy a whole new wardrobe for the conference and travelling.
The conference organizers have been amazing at making everyone feel comfortable, during the weeks leading up to the conference. They made it clear that buying a new wardrobe wasn’t necessary, but I still wanted to make a good first impression!
Luckily, I found Karina Dresses.
As soon as I looked at their website I was smitten. I was thrilled when they choose to partner with me and offer me dress to review.
Karina dresses are made with love in Brooklyn, New York with limited edition fabric. I could tell immediately from their designs, that these dresses were going to be comfortable, and would also look amazing on my body. How did I know that? Karina makes dresses for EVERY BODY. Go to their best fit page on their website and you will find the dress styles that fit your body type best. The fabrics and styles available are really bright and fun. I wanted to pick something that wasn’t black for once and I fell in love with the Penelope dress when I saw it had POCKETS!
My Penelope dress fits perfectly, looks amazing and is made of a fantastic micro fibre fabric that won’t wrinkle…aka perfect for travel! I love the old-fashioned look of the roses pattern on the material.
My 11-year-old daughter, a budding photographer, and I, had a fun photography shoot, to show all the places perfect for wearing my Karina dress.
The most important destination, of course, will be my arrival at the BlissDom conference, feeling confident, radiant and comfortable. Now if we could do something about the butterflies in my stomach!
Read more about Karina dresses, and empowering women, on their blog: The Karina Chronicles.
Disclosure: This review was sponsored by Karina Dresses, however all opinions in it are my own.