Pretty floral print vintage dress found at Vintage Wear Boutique in Fremont, Seattle. Prefect for Spring/Summer. Unfortunately too expensive for me.
I’m going to a free simulcast to see the Seattle Opera’s performance of Madame Butterfly, and I think one of things I’m most excited about is the beautiful costumes.
Another campus style photo! This is Jennifer, whose red dress instantly caught my eye. I loved the contrast between the lace of the dress and the different pattern of the tights.
I would have gone with black tights in the same pattern, but I also do like the “black and white and red all over” vibe. Plus, look at those practical boots. Proof you can still look totally cute, even on a gray and rainy Seattle day.
(Sorry for the wonkyness of the coloring on some of my posts. I’m getting used to the new Flickr editing application, which is not nearly as useful as Picnik was.)
Q: What is a better way to procrastinate studying for midterms than tumblblobbing? A: Nothing.
I just discovered this photographer Marissa Maharaj, who is apparently a graduate of my school. Way cool. She is currently based in LA, and does This is an example of some of her commercial work I found particularly stunning.
Top Photo: Commercial shoot with 3Form Light Art
Photo 6: Unknown
Bottom Photo: Example of wedding photography. You should definitely check out her page of wedding photography. Each set not only captures the unique personalities of each couple, but also the smaller, intimate details of the event, the preparations, and the environment. I especially love how she photographs the couple’s rings all together.
If I ever get married/engaged or need a photographer for any sort of thing at all, Marissa Maharaj's definitely on my short list.
I’m going through old pictures to see what sorts of style-y pictures I’ve collected though the past few years.
This is my friend Alley’s shoes, as we were waiting for the bus to go on a treasure hunt adventure at Pike Place Market.
Fan Fact: I had a semi-prophetic dream about Alley’s hair last year and it came true! Clearly I am magic.
Sarah Linden’s Sweaters Appreciation Post
Speaking of dressing for Seattle weather…