Here is the final part! Paige was smart and brought clothing appropriate for walking around in 80 degree weather. For some reason I thought jeans and a sweater would be great. I tell myself that I did it for my blog – but honestly, I should have waited until the fall. Anyway, here are the pictures!
And here is what I wore: (Details will be provided at the end)
I was nearly dying at this point.
The “we did it!” picture.
At the end of these posts, I always want to say, “Thanks for watching!” Except that doesn’t make sense. Thanks for viewing? Wait, is it my favorite day of the week? Yes.
That was sarcasm.
Shoes – American Eagle
Shorts & Belt – American Eagle
Shirt – Forever 21
Necklace – American Eagle
Headband – Forever 21
Earrings, Earcuff – Basement Market Place, Claire’s
Here is Part 2 of my photo shoot with Paige Ridly! After a somewhat tedious outfit change, we decided to change locations to the rodeo arena. We observed a girl being trained to ride a horse, and marveled at the intensity of the trainer. We agreed that we could never do that, but decided to assume the identities of horse riders anyway. Hence the title. Once again, Paige amazes me with her wardrobe. Enjoy!
This is possibly the cutest crop top I have ever seen. Unfortunately, she got it at Laguna Beach, which I am not visiting any time soon. This would be a great outfit to wear to an interview, dinner party, or any other formal occasion over the summer.
Top bun with a vertical braid along the back.
Here is what I whipped together.
And now for some fun pictures!
Much thanks to Miss Paige for taking many of these photos!
Top – Basement Marketplace
Skirt – Fierce
Shoes – American Eagle
Top – Goodwill, (Old Navy)
Skirt – Ross
Shoes – Franco Sarto
Necklace – Aerie
Earrings & Stud – Unknown, Claire’s
Belt – Beall’s
Rings – Forever 21
I don’t know about everyone else, but I get extremely self-conscious when it comes to taking photos of myself out in the open. I went to the horse stables early this morning with this intent, but I found it difficult to not concentrate on the people in near proximity to me. I kept wondering to myself if they could see me, and what they would think. When I was driving back home, I realized it wasn’t actually that big of a deal. This is something I want to do, so I’m going to do it. Yes, I’m trying to establish my own fashion blog, and yes, I am the model, deal with it.
Also, I know it’s obvious but I felt I should mention that I do edit my photos. Some people think that it’s false advertising to edit photos. I agree with that, but quite honestly, half of the fun in creating a fashion blog is the editing. So yes, this photo is edited. But hey, I think it looks a lot nicer and has a bit more character than the original. Especially if you don’t have a $5,000 camera.
Onto the outfit:
Dress & Belt – Bealls
Sun hat – G.H.Bass&Co.