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Back up at our ski house for yet another long weekend. Oh I’m not complaining, just saying. I love going up to the house. It’s relaxing in one aspect yet wild and super fun on the other.

Question, is there ever a need for a black tie gown in Vermont? Answer, not that I know of. In all of my years of going up there, winter/spring/summer/fall, I’ve never seen anyone dressed up. NEVER! Not even casually stylish in a nice dark rinse skinny jean. Then again, why would they. I totally get it. However that doesn’t stop me from packing one of my favorite gowns.

This gown in particular was gifted to me a few years. I love it now, just as much as I did when it was first delivered to my door. It took several days but once I was done with all the alterations, I was ready to walk the red carpet (in my head).

Click Here to see what it took to make this dress fit me perfectly and the photo shoot after. Scroll down for my most recent photo shoot in the snow?

Photos by Deana Esimiati

1SideGown: Adrianna Papell (old) | Sunglasses: Gucci (old) | Hat: Ushanka (purchased in Russia)3SitOn the property behind our house is a well. So cute. I’m not even sure if it’s working but who cares.LkBack4Hip5Strut6FallI almost face-planted. I guess I haven’t mastered the art of walking in a gown & 2 feet of snow.

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