Yes, this event sounds insane-but in a good way: Designers like Tracy Reese and Mara Hoffman will be paired with florists to create ginormous headpieces made of fresh flowers and plants, and Kelly Cutrone is one of the hosts. If you're looking for an outfit, Erica Cerulo of limited-editions site Of a Kind has put together some great outfit ideas to get you started! Wearing these up-and-coming designers will help you stand out-a tough thing to do considering all of the in-bloom competition.
1. A kimono makes a killer alternative to a cardigan in this weather, and the silk ones that Nicole Richie's making for her line Winter Kate are especially stellar and not too hippy-dippy.
2. This Rachel Comey dress is the sort of thing that you could wear, oh four times a week if you could get by with it. Buy it now and wear it to the office, to rehearsal dinners with some loud jewelry-you get the idea.
3. These seventies-inspired high-heeled huaraches from the London-based line Miista have a garden-party vibe, but the indigo color keeps things young-more Kate Hudson than Goldie Hawn.
4. Since there's no way you'll be able to compete with this event's headwear, keep the accessorizing to a minimum: A pair of teeny floral studs by Brooklyn jewelry Blanca Monros Gomez will do the trick.
Erica Cerulo is the co-founder of limited-editions site Of a Kind and newly minted fashion contributor at Guest of a Guest.