Holidays parties are in full swing and shopping for the kids doesn’t have to be a chore! Pick a color theme and pair pieces accordingly, or keep it clean and simple with a crisp winter white! Add a touch of sparkle with a gold skirt or accessories! You can freshen up the current wardrobe by styling with some fun socks and lacey flats or maybe invest in one stand-out piece, like a furry capelet, that can be worn until Spring! A little sparkle can go a long way and so can creativity!
Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead. – Louisa May Alcott
The primary distinction of the artist is that he must actively cultivate that state which most men, necessarily, must avoid; the state of being alone. – James Baldwin
“You should treat a muse like a fairy.”- Paulo Coelho
Clothing & Accessories // Country Road, Zara, Pavement, Hatworld, Fallen Broken Street, Bardot Junior, Bedstu, Witchery, Zimmermann, Motoreta, Bobo Choses, I love Mr. Mittens
“Fashion changes, but style endures.” ― Coco Chanel
There’s something so effortless and stylish about jeans, a tank or tee, and a good pair of boots. Classic staples every girl should have in her closet.
Photography: Brooke Logue | Lighting Director: Steve Gustafson
A couple of weeks ago, I was introduced to a sweet girl, Miss I. Miss I grew up in a children’s boutique owned by her mother. From the time she was born, Miss I was immersed in adventure, charm, and imagination. As she grew older, her days were spent dressing up in fairy tale clothing and reading books in the brightest corner of the shop, snuggled up to her dog, Aloysius. Her favorite book characters invited her to tea parties and her friends, the forest animals, let her nap on them when she grew sleepy.
She knows every inch of the shop and excitedly helps customers discover new books, toys, and creative playthings. She reminded me of my own childhood, without electronics, just painting, reading and writing stories all day long. It made me realize just how different childhood is now, except for Miss I and her boutique. Oh, to be 11 years old again!
Miss I introduced me to two new book series for my own girls, and I bought every single book in both series! I couldn’t help but be inspired to photograph a story of the lovely Miss I and Talulah Jones. Such a world of imagination and fearless creativity!
Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you. –
Frank Lloyd Wright
Photography | Julie A. Martin
Model | Kaegan