Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Western S/S15

Hello again!

So lately I have been shooting in some really cool locations. I enjoy this way more; my imagination is always over flowing with so many ideas that I get for shoots and realistically they were never going to look great in my back garden(where I usually end up taking my photos). Obviously I won't always have time and £ to travel around and do this but  you will see a lot more themed posts just not too often, but i'm really excited to take my blog in this new editorial-esque direction!

I shot these photo's with my photographer friend Przemslaw Grabowski, we are very like minded creatively, and he is ridiculously skillful; taking and editing the photo's/film. We shot a few different locations which you will see very soon and also some filmed for my YouTube, it was such a fun day despite the rain. Bloggers if you are looking for a photographer to work with- He's your guy!

I'm loving the whole western theme at the moment and as I like classic pieces rather than really busy/over accessorized outfits so this skirt is perfect for me; I really love just stand out pieces that still give you that themed influence instead of a an outfit that is too busy looking. I got it from H&M and it was reasonably priced at only £24.99 so if you're looking for a cheaper alternative I would take a look at H&M. I always find their stuff really affordable yet the quality and the high fashion 'vibe' is still there.

I got this in a size 10 as I find with H&M their sizes do come up smaller, I did have to wriggle around a bit to get it on but this is most likely down to the fact I have a big badonkadonk and a small waist. It isn't elasticated and obviously I didn't force it on myself I just had to dance into it a bit! Once it's up though it is the perfect fit.

My hat is from Primark, honestly I love Primark I can't help it. I feel like I'm always expressing my love for it on here but their summer accessories are so good this year! I did feature this hat in my very first blog post actually, it's just a really cute Fedora hat and it was only £7 I think. It just spices up the outfit a bit and the contrast of the two tan colours really adds to the whole western influence of the outfit.

My shoes here are COVERED in mud as it was pouring it down all day, we were both absolutely soaked! But well worth it; I love seeing images and themes coming together! Also I think the rainy atmosphere really compliments the colours of the outfit.

Last off, my sunglasses are from New look, I tend to suit bigger frames so these round ones are perfect, these were £4.99 so really cheap and you could probably find this style almost anywhere now.









I hope you guys enjoyed this new twist in my blog theme, I'm super excited and I'm planning some really cool stuff so keep an eye out!

Business contact- monique.hines@outlook.com


Przemslaw Grabowski contact-
flickr.com/photos/randomsloth
qqprzem@gmail.com

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