Backstory: We were supposed to go on a cruise for our honeymoon. 3 days before our wedding, the ship had a kitchen fire, and our cruise was canceled. So, we threw together another plan at the last minute. At the time we didn't care. We were just happy. Three weeks later we got pregnant with Bella, and then spent the next 7 years having babies. Which brings us to now. Our babies are not really babies anymore...not even the little man. He's burning his way toward 2 years old faster than I can wrap my mind around.
Back to the current story: We are going to go on a cruise this spring to celebrate our 10th anniversary. Our cruise will have some "formal" nights, so I need to find something to wear. Because I am cheap, and don't have a lot of use for formal wear, I'd like to find something that is not SO formal that I wouldn't be able to get away with adding it to my normal church wear rotation. From what I've read online, it seems that the definition of formal has come down a bit in recent years, even for cruises. So, I should be able to find something that will work for both purposes.
Here's where you come in. I need help finding something to wear. I've been throwing things that I've come across into the top bar of my browser, and I'm looking for some direction. If you feel so inclined...throw out a comment for your favorite. Or tell me that they are all wrong and suggest an alternative. Here is what is currently residing in my browser bar...
Bear in mind... I need a reasonable neckline and at least a cap sleeve. This seriously limits my options. I know that 3 of the 4 are red. I'm not married to the idea of red, but if it impacts your decision, it is Daniel's favorite color as far as my wardrobe is concerned. Oh, and several of these come in more than 1 color option. Particularly this first one...which I prefer in the darker color red (but I wasn't able to save the image for the darker version, so you'll have to click to the website to see it in the darker red).