1950’s

IMG_9764With the last traces of summer upon us, I can’t help but feel a little sad. Summer has always been my favorite time of the year because of the amount of wanderlust freedom I have during its months. In order to get out of my tiny funk, I decided to bring it back to a couple of decades! With a fitted blouse and a full skirt that emphasizes the waist, for this look, I am having my 1950’s American moment. The full skirt is one of my favorite items that I own. Not only is it artsy and colorful, but should you look closely, you will see a scenic, european house surrounded by flowers and such.

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For this shoot, I worked with Brandon Aufiero from Objective Photography. Brandon is one of my favorite photographers to shoot with because he is so much fun! Brandon has a knack of making his subjects comfortable and his overall excitement is contagious. He is extremely talented in shooting portraits and loves to work with natural lighting. It is no wonder that he is able to take interesting street portraits of strangers. His easygoing attitude is a pleasure to work with!

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The location of the shoot was at The Waterworks Restaurant next to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. I just love this area because it gives off the feel of a European city. This location always offers a great view both during the day and the night. Whenever I am in the area, I try to stop by and relax by listening to the water.

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OUTFIT DETAILS

Sunglasses – Ray-Ban

Blouse – H&M

Belt – H&M

Pleated Midi Skirt – Chicwish

Nude Heels- Aldo 

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For more info on Brandon Aufiero and his photography, follow his facebook and instagram!

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