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Hints of Spring with Perrin

Happy Vernal Equinox! aka First official day of Spring :)
This month's post features the rockin' Perrin, sharing a 9-5 look as well as a weekend outfit.




Q: Tell me a little bit about your style.
A: I have a few style personalities. I work in an office and strongly prefer a classic look, but I do like to add edgy or modern touches. I like to experiment with ethnic and boho trends a bit, as well. Outside the office, I prefer an edgier look to my casual wear. I would almost kill for a pair of Valentino moto booties I saw at Nordstrom!!! 



Q: How do you show off your personal style in a professional/corporate environment? 
A: Oooh, I think it’s really important to bring your sense of self to your office wear, otherwise it can get pretty boring. There’s a lot of solid skirt and pant suits that all seem to look the same after a while. I think the smart use of accessories is essential. You’ve also got to mix things up with interesting textures and prints. Little details in the tailoring…

Photoshoot: Red Dress & Snow White

I didn't realize it until I was trying to come up with a title but it's actually been a while since I've had a pure photoshoot post.  Since starting the 2017 Fashion Photography project, I've gotten a fair bit of positive feedback, so huge thank you for the support!  It really means so much to see that people enjoy my photos.

Part of that feedback was being able to work with the lovely Serena, who is featured in this post :)
This shoot was a fantastic learning experience for me in that not only was it the first time shooting with Serena (since shooting with someone new is always a learning experience in itself), but it was the first time for me shooting with someone that has considerable modeling experience.




In the past, my focus was more on casual photos taken during outings with friends, and so my subjects were my involuntary volunteers, hehe.  It was quite the change to shoot with someone who can crank out a different pose, one after the other, as quickly as I could…