We’re two weeks in and I’m finding this way easier than I thought it would be. Sometimes I’m just so fidgety in pants and some days they are the most uncomfortable thing. So for me, wearing dresses is a fun celebration every day, because I love them! They’re comfortable, cute, and easy to wear and accessorize. But I know so many women who just don’t do this whole dress deal. It’s not their thing. And that’s great! I think Blythe Hill said it well here: “Wearing a dress is one way of expressing/embracing femininity; it's definitely not the only way, nor is it the "right" way. Femininity is complex and beautiful in its diversity of expression. Dressember is less about defining femininity and more about solidarity in dressing for a cause.”
That solidarity and sense of purpose has been one of my favorite things so far about Dressember. This idea just feels like an awesome movement that is enacting change. We can make a difference by choosing what to wear every day and by talking to people about things we’re excited and passionate about. Winner!
And check out the official website here.
Also, you don’t have to wear a dress every day to be part of this awesome community! If you want to, you can donate some monies here (my personal campaign.) And check out the hashtags #dressember2013 and #youcandoanythinginadress for some fun inspiration!
(Again, sorry for the less than stellar graphic this week. Also, you're welcome for the extra photo of our very attractive tacky Christmas attire.You can find the daily pictures here: Day One. Day Two. Day Three Day Four. Day Five. Day Six. Day Six: Part Two. Day Seven. )