What to Wear this Coolinary Month: Commander's Palace

Next stop on our Coolinary tour is iconic Commander's Palace

Tucked away in the historic Garden District, Commander's has been a New Orleans landmark since 1893

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The well known light bulbed sign and "Commander's blue" striped awning make this classic restaurant unmistakable. Known for it's rich New Orleans dishes and impeccable service, this destination is one you won't want to miss out on for Coolinary Month. 

 

What to Wear 

First Look 

This first look features a Milly electric blue shift dress with tie bottom. We love the simple and flattering shape of this dress plus the bottom detail and color that give it that extra wow factor. Much like Commander's cuisine, Milly is known for her overall classic point of view with a modern twist. We added some flavor to the dress by pairing it with pink and orange heels and a leopard clutch.  

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Second Look 

The second look showcases another Milly dress. This one is a more conservative fit with pattern and sleeve details. This look offers a new take on the "ladies who lunch" scenario, one that is often played out at Commander's 25 cent martini lunches.  

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The exterior of Commander's is highly Instagrammable as you can see  

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AND we can't forget about the Coolinary Menu

Trust us, you won't want to miss out on the perfect opportunity to treat yourself to the high caliber experience of Commander's Palace at a fraction of the cost. Anything you'll dine on here will be top notch. However, if dining for the first time here the turtle soup and bread pudding souffle are a MUST. 

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