Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Trying Something New


Hi, I'm Kristian of Never Fully Dressed (Without a Style) and I LOVE maxi skirts. Despite my love of maxi skirts, oddly enough, I'd never tried a maxi dress before. So when Jen  of Jennihsieh offered to let the ladies on Flock Together try her white maxi dress, I knew I had to have a go! It arrived on a bright, warm spring day...and the next day it turned nasty and cold with snow. I wore it to church, but found it rather cold for photos. So we tried an indoor photo shoot; that's two new things now! What do you think?

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P.S. Don't forget to check out how Jen styled this for cooler weather! 


16 comments:

  1. I love the indoor shoot! And I seriously love love love how you styled this, the layering is genius! And I love the color it brings to the look. This dress is so pretty!
    -Jessi
    haircutandgeneralattitude.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you Jessi, and for taking the time to comment on both my blog and here :)

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  2. Very cute! I like how you tied up the gingham blouse and paired it with red flats. It's a little like Dorothy! The necklace is gorgeous too-adds a nice sparkle to this!

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    1. Like Dorothy! You know the best way to compliment, don't you? :D

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  3. This dress is gorgeous! I totally have to steal the cute tied blouse idea, and the lighting inside looks amazing!

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    1. I've been addicted to tying shirts lately. Thanks on the lighting comment too- we cheat and set up ligths (The Boy uses photography equipment for his job).

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  4. Kristian, you look amazing in my dress! I'm pretty sure you wore it way better than me (I'll have to try the knotted shirt look with it next time around). Loving how the indoor shots turned out as well! :)

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    1. Thank you for letting me borrow it! :D

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  5. love all the layers and textures. the white studio background works to highlight just you and the outfit.

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    1. I'm glad the backdrop seems to have worked well! Thanks Shanti.

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  6. that dress has the prettiest texture & love how you thought to do the little shirt tie & add a fun red cardi & red flats! did you make the whole backdrop and everything? that is some definite dedication & def shows in the coloring. my indoor shots always look awful.
    http://dusanabotswana.com/

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    1. The texture on this is really neat! Crochet-like.

      The Boy has a job that in the past has required a professional backdrop, so we get the equipment, including the backdrop and the stuff up at home. We usually then do several hair tutorials in an afternoon using the equipment. This time, we just added an outfit shoot to things.

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  7. I LOVE these colors and prints and textures to this outfit!
    So adorable!
    I'm obsessed right now!

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  8. What a gorgeous dress :)
    I love this blog!

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