Perfect little wedding shrugs from OkaySK

Updated Oct 12 2015
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One of OkaySK's gorgeous wedding shrugs
I love featuring Etsy sellers, and today I have an awesome one for you! OkaySK creates and sells bridal shrugs in various styles and even in fun colors (like turquoise and this red corduroy beauty).

OkaySK's shrugs combine subtle but unique pairings of styles and materials — cotton, canvas, french lace, and a stand up ruffle collar.

Selena, the designer, also uses vintage lace, hand beading and hand embroidery to custom make each one in her smoke-free home studio.

The coolest part about OkaySK is that, if you would like to purchase your own fabric, just to be sure of the perfect color, Selena is more than happy to create your shrug using your own hand-picked fabrics!

OkaySK's shrugs are perfect for your wedding dress or bridesmaid's outfit. (And you know that we at OBB love us a good shrug!) So if you're looking for the perfect way to spice up your wedding outfit, or, hell, if you're just into fashion, head over to OkaySK's Etsy site and feast your eyes on some amazing pieces.

  1. Very nice! Shrugs can really change the entire look of the outfit. This would be a nice way to dress up as sleevless dress for the ceremony, and take it off when the dancing begins. It is nice too that the seller will work with your own fabric.

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