Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Wheel-y Loving the Denim

3300 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville, SC 29613, USA

Ya girl is cruising in with another blog post sponsored by Old Navy! For this month, they really wanted to focus on their denim collection and not being afraid to match-match when it comes to similar colors. I've always been a fan of the "Canadian tuxedo" (denim on denim) so I wasn't afraid of pairing jeans with a chambray shirt.

I chose a pinstriped pair of their mid-rise Rockstar jeans (right now, they're only $25!) with a beautiful embroidered flower design on the bottom of the jeans and a nice raw hem.

I paired it off with a spring time sleeveless chambray top that ended up being perfect for bicycling. It was incredibly lightweight, and comfortable, definitely going to be a Spring staple for sure.

For shoes, I wanted something casual and playful so I opted for a pair of white loafers. My closet consists of probably 80% white shoes. I think they go well with EVERYTHING. Everyone loves/needs a good pair of white shoes. 

When I'm visualizing outfits, and shoots, I always make sure to incorporate my signature colors of rustic oranges and reds into my props or outfits. Sine my entire outfit was blue, I wanted a nice pop of color so I wore a red bandana bow in my hair, bright lipstick, and my Instax Mini to give the entire look a nice cohesive feel.

I snagged this belt that was on sale for $3 to complete my Old Navy shoot. I'm obsessed with the big ring style that's trending right now. 

This shoot was the one I was most excited about because I had a concept in mind after I read the creative brief. I wanted outdoor, playful, spring and what more encapsulates that than cycling? Back story, this bike is my first bike (whom I named Evangeline) when I was in college. Everyone had this beach cruiser at College of Charleston because it was the iconic bike. I had it for a year before I moved onto another beach cruiser, then eventually a single speed bike named Coraline.

 I figured out location, and props to color-coordinate everything. Even though it was windy, and my hair ended up a mess, I loved how all the pictures turned out. Thank you to my blog photographer, Lucas, once again, for helping me conceptualize my vision. He's back from his month long road trip thankfully!

Alright guys, until next time!

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