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Forever 21, OASAP, Wonderstellar

The Suburbs

Hi guys, I hope you’ve all had a great Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, M. L. King Day, and Valentine’s Day! So glad to finally be back to my regular scheduled shooting. It’s been almost two and a half months since I’ve been able to shoot for my blog and I cannot tell you how great of a feeling it was to get out into the cool air and warm vibrant sunlight to strike my poses once more. Jon and I headed over to downtown Clearwater initially to scout for an entirely different area that I felt would have complemented the […]

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H&M, OASAP, Sole Society

Black Celebration

So, I think it’s time to address my complete infatuation for the 80s. I love the movies, the music, the culture, and all of the times that I never got to experience personally. Growing up with my parents heavily influenced my taste in fashion and the tunes, so I decided I would incorporate that love into my outfit today. Freezing out (65°F don’t judge me), Jon and I made a solid attempt at shooting. After a while, I started to get use to the feeling of being cold and really got into the rhythm of it which thankfully, time ended […]

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Forever 21, Nasty Gal, OASAP, Wonderstellar

Chartreuse

Another warm and/or cold day here in Florida. Shooting is always a blast, especially when it’s just the right temperature outside. Unfortunately, it took me a grand total of 3 times to shoot this outfit. From sickness, to frustration, to an overcrowded beach, we were finally able to have a decent amount of space and sunlight to shoot without the constant stare of a tourist or resident. Regardless, I’m overjoyed with the way the images have turned out. It was incredibly windy which made it a slight challenge to have my hair work the way I wanted but felt so […]

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Forever 21, OASAP

Lost Highway

Hi guys, Back with a new outfit that I utterly love to death. I recently spent a week with my family in North Carolina sharing a cabin 3,000 feet above sea level in the Smoky Mountains, searching hard to find things I’d love to do. Eating out, antique shopping, and sitting around by the fire making s’mores and watching my father’s 3 hour re-edited version of King Kong was amazing. But, as you could probably guess, one of my favorite things to do was to shoot with Jon. We decided to take a Friday off after doing a ton of […]

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