Hello! One of my favorite things about Richmond is the collaborative creativity that thrives here. In the past few months since I've been back, I've collaborated with so many talented individuals from other bloggers to models to photographers to makeup artists to fashion brands. And it's possibly my favorite thing ever. Saying I love working together with fellow Richmond creatives on projects, shoots and collaborations would be an understatement. It's just so incredible to combine your own vision with someone else's vision for something truly unique and spectacular. I find it very interesting to work with other perspectives and points of view. There's just so much to learn from fellow creatives.
I recently had the chance to collaborate with an incredible Richmond photographer, Jon Faulconer. Earlier this week I posted one of my favorite photos from the shoot on my blog and wanted to share a couple more of my faves with you all. Like myself, Jon finds inspiration in decades of the past; we decided to showcase our love of the past by working together on a sixties/seventies themed shoot. Keep an eye on my Instagram @toriradday for more photos from the shoot.
For this look, I pulled a bohemian printed dress out of my wardrobe. The vibrant colors and free-spirited print of this dress practically have me swooning- how cute! Even better yet, this dress retails for less than $10! You can check it out HERE for yourself. I styled a vintage mustard yellow shawl and purse with the dress to emphasize the retro theme of the shoot. A handful of boho rings, earrings and necklaces pulled the outfit together. Peachy lipstick and rhinestone studded lash lines perfected the look.
On a related note, if any of my blog readers currently live in Richmond and would like to work together on something fun and creative, I'd love for you to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas.
Dress: c/o LightInTheBox
Mustard yellow shawl: RetMod via Etsy
Mustard yellow purse: Vintage via Ashby
Peachy lipstick: ColourPop