Even more “outtakes” this time of the vintage dresses used in the shoot. This dress I bought at a local thrift store for…. $25. I bought the gloves at the same store also for only… $20. The hat is mine, and is usually my hat for the Pasadena Flea. Here I wrapped it in peach tulle as inspired by Pollyanna…

I love this photo, she looks like such an elegant lady from 1910. The bouquet she’s holding is made from vintage millinery pieces and was made by my design partner in crime, Tricia Fountaine. Its actually for sale right here.

Tricia prop styled this picnic vignette… I love how the parasol frames the model’s face.

And I brought in Ms. Kaeley, the golden retriever. She actually just walked on set and sat down in the perfect spot.

For the final shot of the day, we went out to a dilapated stable at Rancho Dos Pueblos. The dress is super old (I’m guessing real 1910) and is Tricia’s. Its super tiny, the model, even as little as she is, barely shimmied into it.

 I love this photo, gorgeous dapple-y light and the details of the dress are stunning…

This shot was completely an accident, it just happened that a horse was being fed next to where we shooting, so we took full advantage of the rustic fence and gorgeous light…



Perfect !! You are beautiful !!! 🙂