I couldn’t be happier with the outcome, I wanted to be a blogger with a voice and only a voice but my wise mum made me realise that a voice needs a face – I love looking at other fashion bloggers personal style shoots, I didn’t think I could articulate my style exactly how I wanted but when you have the right people working with you, you can do that and more.
This was a collaboration was a part of a Final Major Project for 2 very talented photography students at Birmingham City University, Who want to educate their old skool teacher – making him realise there is a gap in a huge market for photographers wishing to specialise in blogger production and collaboration. Capture my style part one is a series of images showing the importance of sustainable style. All clothes here are either secondhand or hand me downs, exempt my white shirt which was from Lidl! Here we capture authentic style in the second city – not to mention the youngest in Europe that is booming not just for big businesses but for all the individual creatives that make the city so uniquely wonderful Continue reading “Capture My Style // Photoshoot Pt.1”
Wearing a corset that is not structured with boning or any kind of support can be a difficult to style. The key to pulling it off is to wear something under that has either pleats like the peplum top on the left or a piece that has an excessive amount of fabric like the white hoodie in the last of this series. This gives the corset the purpose it was invented for: to create a womanly curvaceous silhouette.
Photography: Rebecca Chivers
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I embraced the magpie within with all the wonderful jewels I laid eyes on yesterday at London Fashion Weekend.
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My boyfriend and I decided to take a spontaneous road trip down highway 101 on the West Coast of America starting in Portland Oregon and ending in LA California. It was life changing inspiring holiday that consisted of exploring the wonderful modern city of Portland followed by nights sleeping in our little rented Ford Fiesta in the amazing giant red woods, running up the hills of San Francisco (not quite running) and finishing with cocktails at universal studios in LA. I have promised James that I will write a memoir which I will do in the summer when I have more time to dedicate to this blog 24/7. Until then I hope you can enjoy the pictures we took on our 1,400 mile trip of a lifetime.
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