Every once in a blue moon I do a photoshoot. At one point I wanted to model full time but as I started doing jobs and experiencing the industry I decided it wasn’t for me, not to mention I wasn’t exactly what they were looking for in a model. While it was disappointing I’m super glad I tried it! Its been heaps of help with this blog and I’ve got to participate in amazing things.

Anyways back to the point. I did a photoshoot on Australia Day with Alison Gurry. She’s an amazing photographer and I love shooting with her. We actually went to school together.

This is the third shoot we’ve done so I’ll have to share some more pictures in future posts! This oxblood dress I bought from Topshop in England years ago! This was way before Topshop popped up in Australia. The shoes are So Kate Christian Louboutin’s. They look great but my god are they uncomfortable.

This dress is another T by Alexander Wang. Its so easy to style, I can wear it with heels or with cute sneakers, plus its a thick stretchy material so its super comfy. The graphic blue and black split is amazing and so strong. It makes me want to go bowling!

This black beauty is from Zara. I bought this in South Africa. It reminded me of the current Gucci collection with beautiful beading all around the collar. The sheer skirt allows this dress to be more versatile and casual. Its a good mix between casual and formal and can be dressed up or dressed down (it would look great with a denim jacket!)

If you wan to see more of Alison’s pics check out her website. Oh and on a fun note! I’ve officially booked my flights and hotels in Europe! I’m super excited to see my fam bam and do a little bit of damage! (Remind me to start saving!)

T x


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