Fall is such an awesome transitional period.
Beyond having literally the best fashion of the entire year AND the best fashion month, the weather is turning, we get this gorgeous show of colors, and we start getting cozy for the winter ahead. While I despise winter with a firey passion, I love fall (like every other Basic out there. Whoops). I love scarves and hot apple cider, crunchy leaves, chunky sweaters, and so much more. Heck, last year, I even wrote a list of all the things I love about fall.
This look spans the gap between summer and fall nicely with a cozy scarf and these amazing loafers while still hanging onto summer in the white of the slacks. Details at the bottom of this post. Enjoy!
Chambray | GAP (on sale!)
Slacks | Target (old)
Bag | Target (old)
Loafers | GAP (similar)
Blanket Scarf | Brina Box (on sale!)
Photography by my lovely lady, who is now offering her services to other bloggers! Check out her facebook page and learn how you can get a free shoot!
Fashion Photographer Sarah Levine.
Just a few of my favorite snaps from our engagement shoot. Chelsea was a joy to work with!
Enjoy just some of my favorite snaps from our engagement session! Chelsea was amazing to work with and made the shoot so much fun.
First photo shoot post! And quite an exciting one it is. I mention on my about page that I do theatre- specifically stage manage. Occasionally, this gets me photo gigs. This can range from quick last-minute headshot sessions (I need a headshot for promotional stuff for x show. Help!) to shooting a dress rehearsal of a production. This particular shoot was for promotional materials for my latest project- The Lieutenant of Inishmore. I’ve been doing quite a lot of work with this show and being able to handle photos on top of everything was amazing.
The show- put incredibly briefly- centers around a mad Irishman, his love for his cat, and war waged over said cat being killed. This meant we had a cat at our shoot! I’ve always been a dog person and have never worked with cats before so this brought an unpredictable element to the shoot. Edgar, our model cat, is not a people cat. At all. So getting photos where he is more than just a black fuzzy blurr was incredibly difficult. I did manage to get a few, though.
This photo shoot was one of the more fun ones I’ve done though definitely pretty high on the list of challenges. And just in time for the Halloween slot at the theatre where we perform, plenty of blood & body parts to go around. Don’t worry, all the weapons are fake.