Apr 10, 2012

The Spread

I have to say that this has been my favorite styling job so far. I had so much fun planning the little details of these outfits, from the hombre shoes with a matching hombre dyed dress to the scalloped hem line of the crochet dress and a hand stamped charm necklace, they just made my eye balls go nutso, NUTSO! And guess what, almost 100% of this styling job was thrifted! This was my kind of photo shoot I tell you what, and hey, it doesn't hurt to get to work with the most talented photographer and hair and makeup stylist ever.

*P.S. The yellow hombre shoes are for sale, but I won't be posting them in the store, if you have a 6-6 1/2 size shoe and want them give me a holla!

13 comments :

  1. Stunning! I love how your thrifted dress turned out in the final photo. You are talented and brilliant. Thanks for sharing!

    http://ataleoffashion.blogspot.com/

    Dossome :)

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  2. WHOA. The lighting is incredible in these pictures. It makes it look that much more whimsical and dream-like. LOVE!

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  3. I'd love the shoes!! Let me know if they're still available. My number is 801-648-3553 or emamil at chapinga621@gmail.com

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  4. you are a styling queen. that is all.

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  5. If you are selling anything else... please let me know! I love it ALL!

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  6. Great job!! It is all so cute. I really love the pink with the white skirt. Very cute.

    xoxo,
    Laura
    http://lauraisthriftingthroughlife.blogspot.com/

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  7. You did such an amazing job on this shoot! I love everything about it! :]

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  8. Gorgeous pics but I always thought the term was ombre?

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  9. Love the shoes too! email me if you still have them available! lyssa_29@hotmail.com

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  10. It's official... you should be my personal stylist. I ADORE everything in this shoot! You are very talented darling :)

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  11. Wow, this was a very successful photo shoot. I love the lighting and the styling, it all worked seamlessly together.

    If you don't mind my asking, what camera equipment was used?

    :) Ewa

    http://ewalooksattheworld.blogspot.com/

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  12. You did such a good job Sarah! Everything is so 'you' too. I wish I had your eye, but since I don't, I'm glad you have a blog where I can borrow your ideas :)

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