Both Fern and I have been wanting to embark on a little photoshoot for quite a while now but only recently were we able to set aside a day to carry it out. All prepped up and excited, the two of us decided to head out on an early Tuesday morning. The two of us were hoping very much for a morning of sunshine, but the morning was cold, rainy, and grey. It took us about an hour to reach our spot, but the skies still hadn’t cleared up. But we decided to start anyway. So, enjoy the little photo journey! And oh yes, this is just part one. ;)
In the photos, I’m donning my favorite white lace top from Dorothy Perkins which I bought for Chinese New Year earlier this year. And that yellow mustard high-waisted skirt is from Zara. I remember very clearly standing in the fitting room with both my girlfriends, Azalea and Rachael, deciding whether or not I should spend on it. I must say, it was love at first sight. Notice the little purple cloth detailing on the front zipper and the pockets? Interesting enough, the purple side on the inner pocket is meant to only show a little, making it a very interesting piece. The colorful beaded anklet is from my Phuket trip, the watch from Fossil and those black wedges are from Cotton On.
I’ve noticed quite a number of bloggers posting up collages together with a color block (literally a block) and I decided to try it on this time around. And I must say that I’m actually loving how it turned out! Nothing much or big, but definitely pleasing to the eye, yes?
We never expected the photos to turn out so nicely actually because of the overcast weather but thankfully, they are all really lovely! I was telling Fern how pictures tend to look nice on the camera but when you upload it to the computer, it turns out a little different. I guess, this time we were wrong because the photos turned out beautifully. It was indeed a fun day out with her, and I foresee another photoshoot coming up sometime soon (well, maybe not so soon).
Stay tuned for the second batch of photos! :) And have a lovely weekend, darlings. Much love!