Believe me or not, but the dress I wore for this post is around 40 years old. Yes 40 years old!
My grandad bought it to my gandma in Chicago as a present, while he was there visiting his family ;)
Later on my mummy wore this dress for few occassions and now is my turn, haha, what i really appreciate about the past is that the clothes were made with love and passion, the quality was uncompromising factor and people take care so much more about their clothes compare to nowadays. Seriously how many clothes now will survive and look almost like a new for 40 years? Most people shop and drop and change their closet every seasson. Maybe this is good, cos it helps to boost the economy, but personaly I tend to keep my clothes hanging in my wordrobe for ages and I buying less but try to pick a better quality. Tell me what is your shopping habits?
Today shoot feature work of two amazing photographers. I always enjoy a day out with creative open minded people, despite my shy personality, throught this photography- blog journey I've met so many talented people and get involve in plenty of projects. Thank you!
The first look is more nostalgic, it was made at Leeds studio with Steve, you can see his portfolio >here< we also shoot together the 'Sporty chic' look which was published on my blog recently.
The second look contrast perfectly with the first, it gave it a bit more dynamic and urban view. It was shoot with Phil >portfoilo < in Manchester. We also shoot a 'Alice in Wonderland look.
In the crowded street, you’re standing all alone.
I want to keep on dreaming.
What I wear:
Shoes: Ted Baker
Spider Earings: Leeds Corn Exchange butique
Silver earings and necklace: gift from my Bf