Cardigan: gift, Blouse: Ruche, Jeans: Thrifted, Oxfords: Steve Madden (last fall)
Well, we have finally reached the last of the Fall Essentials list. All good things must come to an end, I guess. It’s been a really fun experience and I think I have actually learned a few things, such as:
-When you have no third party to take a picture of you and your friend together, you can easily come up with make-shift ideas such as propping the camera on a clutch that is sitting on the hood of a work van, or on top of a cinder block, although that requires a low to the ground picture (see the first picture in this post).
-If you are taking multiple outfit pictures in one day, remember to pack everything you need as to avoid driving back home to get the things you left behind.
-Your family may not understand why you wear fake, thick framed glasses. And, they might even call you out on it. But if nothing else, give them a break for being honest with you.
-Canon and Nikon lenses zoom in/out in opposite directions, which is surprisingly more confusing than you think.
-When in doubt, you can always result to the pose in which you cross one leg over the other. It works like a charm.
-Woodlad Friends is not the same as Woodland Friends. And thank goodness for chalkboard erasers (or paper towels in this case).
See Mackenzie's pretty little oxfords here.