My absence from the blogosphere can be reasonably explained by the array of changes that have been happening in my life, all good and gratifying in one way or another, and all certainly very time consuming.
However, I’m learning.
Mainly, I’m learning that the person I want to be will always find the time for something she truly cares about, something she is passionate about, and that something that tickles her insides with fluttering butterfly wings.
But enough of this unapologetic apology. With a little help from my friends, my creative juices are flowing again. And by friends, I mean Tripp Kramer, gifted photographer who captured my white, blue, and black hued attire in perfect symphony with Georgetown’s whimsical fall foliage.
And although you’re all busy drooling over the stunning colors and symmetry of these shots, try not to overlook the fur & fringe party happening in the foreground!
Photography by Tripp Kramer
Zara Sleeveless Coat || Max Mara Vintage Button Up || Stella McCartney Trousers || Chico’s Fringed Bag || Enzo Angiolini Booties
P.S. Click on the pictures for full size versions! Bisous :)
Soon enough, my rebellious self will have to be tamed. Starting law school translates into retiring my renegade, rock’n’roll ensembles, and welcoming the pant suit and other such conservative attires. After all, future lawyers don’t wear ripped jeans, am I right?
But I digress. Let’s just take a moment to take in all the magic that happened during this shoot, magic that stems from an unwavering friendship and the unruly corners of my soul.
Photography by Guergana Stoytcheva
Zara Ripped Boyfriend Jeans || Volcom Tank || American Apparel Bralette || Enzo Angiolini Booties || Zara Bag
My wonderful creative collaboration with Cara Genovese, a brilliant photographer and nature lover, inspired me to sprinkle a bit of 70s flavor in my ensemble.
Light and flowy summer trousers, front-tie flowered silk shirts, and the whimsical colors and landscapes of Ladew Topiary Gardens managed to carry me back through time, to the age of flower-hugging, rainbow-chasing, care-free children of the 70s.
Photography by Cara Genovese
BB Dakota Palazzo Pants || Vintage Silk Button Up || Nine West Sandals || Chico’s Bangles & Watch