Thursday, January 26, 2017

Seventies Daze


Hello! Recently, I teamed up with fellow Richmond model/photographer, Elissa Rumford for a quirky, retro photoshoot. I shot her in two different looks, both inspired by seventies aesthetics. I wanted to focus on creating truly unique looks inspired by both new and old- vintage but with modernized styling. I styled the first look around a drop-dead gorgeous vintage evening gown. I recently scored this dress at Ashby for less than $30 and have just been dying to shoot it. I styled it with a faux fur leopard print jacket, trendy choker necklace and bold sunglasses. 

I styled the second look around a little red velvet number that's quickly becoming one of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe. I paired it with a silky floral vintage robe worn as a stylish kimono. I accessorized it with a matching ribbon choker, gorgeous statement necklace and yellow aviator sunglasses for a look like no other. 

Keep an eye on my Instagram @toriradday for more photos from the shoot. 

First look:
Beaded dress: Vintage via Ashby
Leopard print jacket: Vintage
Choker necklace: c/o LightInTheBox
White sunglasses: Nasty Gal
Yellow sunglasses: c/o Giant Vintage

Second look:
Velvet dress: c/o Shein
Floral robe: Vintage, available for sale in RaddayVintage
Statement necklace: Kay Adams via Anthill Antiques
Yellow sunglasses: c/o Giant Vintage



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