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    My Date Night Look!

    One big reason I love weekends so much is because it’s a chance for me to dress up!  I knew I had to buy this dress because of the pretty lace detail, and it’s flirty without looking skanky. This dress is by Max Studio and I got it at Loehmann’s- (which isn’t available online) but here’s a very similar alternative from TopShop. I’m wearing black suede heels by Nine West, but I found this great pair for only $15! I paired my dress with gold jewelry, my necklace is vintage and from my boyfriend’s mom (It’s one of very few real gold pieces I own!) But here’s a great ring and a fabulous bracelet!

    Remember: No matter what you’re wearing, if you rock it with confidence you’ll turn heads! Hope you’re all having a great weekend 🙂

    [Image: Courtesy Nicole Weider]

    Nicole
    Nicole
    Nicole Weider is a Salem, Oregon native who moved to Los Angeles and quickly found success as a fashion model at the age of 17. Today, Nicole is an active wife, mom, producer, actress and author and has made it her mission to share her personal story, the bright moments and the challenges, with young women around the world.

    16 COMMENTS

    1. So cute great recommendations. Lace is timeless really! I have a dress that is six years old and the cut is very simple with lace like the dress you are wearing. I hope I can rock that dress until I’m 50! Okay, maybe 40.

    2. Nicole,
      You are very beautiful. And I believe that you are very inspiring to other girls my age as well. But do you ever think about the message you’re sending when you swear in your videos, calling Cosmo a piece of sh**? Or do you ever think about what you’re telling girls about modesty when you wear low-cut tops? It says in 1st Timothy 2:9-10, “I also want women to dress modestly with decency and propriety, not with braided hair or gold or pearls or expensive clothes, but with good deeds, appropriate for women who confess to worship God.”

      It also says in Ephesians 4:29, “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.”

      Nicole, if you really want to go after God and show other people that you love God with all your heart, you should dress modestly, and promote others to do the same. God wants you to be modest because then you will have people respect you. God also wants you to have a clean mouth because then you will show other people that God is in your heart and you love him, and you are obeying him by not talking like that.
      I am not trying to point the finger at you. But I think that Christians should obey God’s teachings in able to show others that God is their everything and all.

    3. Nicole,
      I really wish people would stop bashing you. No one is perfect, and they shouldn’t expect you to be. What you wear is your choice, and very few people can truthfully say that they have never used bad language. You are just trying to express your passion for doing what God led you to do. I am a fan, and even with your flaws (everyone has them) I think you are a good role model. I want to challenge these “haters” to stop being so judgemental.

    4. Nicole,

      I’m 15 and you are inspiring me 🙂 you know what? audrey is being judgemental, God isn’t going to send us to hell for wearing a dress that comes above the knee, or a lower cut, or short shorts. Cussing is just words that people have added meanings to. Like B**** is actually another name for a female dog and an A** is actually another name for donkey and the other cuss words someone just made up like they made up Stupid, Retarded, Dumb……etc. So Audrey stop being judgemental. Nicole keep up the good work 🙂

    5. ohmygosh, just because people are Christians doesn’t mean that they have to wear clothes below the knee, like COME ON. Christian’s should dress modestly but only to a certain point. This dress, Nicole, is not too showy, moderate, and adorable. God doesn’t expect us to dress like you say Audrey. If it’s showing cleavage, maybe that’s not such a good Christian way, but a low cut top that isn’t showing anything is OKAY. All Christians have their belief in how they should dress. Nicole is right on target with how I would dress, not showy, but cute (: Great pick Nicole! 🙂

        • Nicole, i have you listed on facebook as one of the people that inspire me! I love your fashion choices and think you are using your gift of beauty for God’s glory. But I just wanted to ask you a favor… i have so much faith in you… so please dont cuss! it breaks my heart, and i think youre amazing! i am NOT a hater! your awesome!

        • you’re right! I don’t usually, it’s just that in the first anti-cosmo video I did, I accidentally let it slip. But no more cussing for me! Thanks so much for saying that I inspire you, you have no idea how much that means to me Tayla!

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