Hello! Recently, I collaborated with local Richmond photographer Caitlin Disharoon of Caitlin Funkhouser Photography to create a little pretty in pink magic. I've worked with Caitlin before and it was a pleasure working with her again. And I'm over-the-moon happy with how the photos from our shoot turned out. If you're looking for a Richmond photographer for your next creative project, I'd recommend checking out Caitlin Funkhouser Photography.
For this outfit, I layered on the pink for a sort of "Barbie meets Twiggy" look. I styled the look around this sixties Barbie-pink dress. I recently scored this dress at a local thrift shop for less than $10 and almost can't believe my good luck. When I spotted it, I instantly fell in love and fell even further in love when I slipped it on and it fit like a glove. Often, I struggle to find sixties/seventies vintage pieces that actually fit me so finding pieces that do feels like a real treat. And I can't help but love the feminine color, bold silhouette, mod style and vintage character of this dress. It gives off major sixties Twiggy vibes that have totally captured my heart. Hey, I'd even go so far as to say that this dress may be one of my best/favorite vintage finds ever.
And what better to go with a vibrant pink dress than a beautifully pink coat? This pink beaut is another recent addition to my wardrobe. When I discovered this coat at Ashby for just $20, buying it was a no-brainer. For the past few months, I've been swooning over any and every thing pink and this coat is no different. To complete the pretty in pink vision, I slipped on a pretty pair of pink heels and a vintage pink purse. A pink ribbon choker, Barbie pink lipstick and stylish cat-eye sunglasses perfected the look.
Photos by Caitlin Funkhouser Photography.
Pink dress: Vintage
Pink coat: Ashby
Cat-eye sunglasses: Rumors
Pink lipstick: "Fetch" by ColourPop
Pink purse: Vintage
Pink heels: Jeffrey Campbell via ShopAkira
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