There are few events that will prevent you from wearing heels; particularly wine tastings. Typically, one would wear flats to such an occasion (assuming it’s an outdoor tasting), but you and I both know what I’d prefer to wear. Yep. Heels. Ha! Now, I won’t recommend wearing heels for fear of dirt and other elements ruining your shoes. However, if you’re unable to detach yourself from your most favored heels, opt for a thicker heel (wedge or mules) or bring flats for a backup plan.
Indoor tastings allow you to be more creative with your wardrobe, but comfort should still be a priority. Now, some may say wearing white is the ultimate no-no, but there’s always the backup plan (extra top in the car). Besides, I don’t like to waste wine. #NoSpilling. I will agree that fragrances should be kept to a minimum. Since part of wine tasting involves smell, it’s probably wise to tone it down a notch. Fragrances can interfere with your wine tasting experience. Opt for an Eau de Toilette versus Eau de Parfum, but still keep the scent light or go fragrance-free.
Whether it’s a formal wine tasting or a more casual setting, make sure your experience is memorable- in a good way. As always, I appreciate the time you take out of your day for NRJS. Until next post!
I’m wearing: Abercrombie & Fitch Jeans| Banana Republic Top| Express Scarf| Laila Rowe Hat