I recently styled a shoot for my friend Dana's upcycled vintage company, Other Peoples Property (lovingly referred to as OPP). Working with these talented folks was an absolute pleasure! Here are some favorites from the day...


And here are a few shots I snapped with my phone...I kind of love 'em so I wanted to include them as well!


Roll call...

Wardrobe Other Peoples Property Model: Laiza Rodriguez // Photographer: Brent Buffington // Photographer assistant: Lydia Francis // Stylist: Emma Kruch // Hair: Sara Vaughn //  Makeup: Idalis Rodriguez


We even wrapped up the evening with some sparklers. Fashion is fun, fun, fun!

Alexandra Grecco

I first took notice of Alexandra Grecco while browsing a friend's "favorites" on Etsy a while back, but for some reason never really stopped to look at her lovely creations until today. The Brooklyn-based designer is an FIT graduate and former Ballet dancer, which appears to inspire elements of her designs. Some pieces have a vaudeville quality while others are simply feminine and enchanting. You'll find everything from flirty silk crepe dresses to delicate flowered headbands in her Etsy store.


>> Her Etsy shop here.

>> Her Blog here.

Rollins College

Founded in 1885, Rollins College is the oldest recognized college in Florida. It's a liberal arts college with a rich history and scenic campus - and it just happens to be two blocks from our home. Matt and I walk through campus often, but only just recently discovered this magical corridor!

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Shirt: thrifted, Civvies - Savannah, GA Belt: Bosworth & Son General Merchandise, Geyserville, CA Skirt: thrifted, Goodwill - Napa, CA Shoes: Clarks Locket: From a tiny nameless boutique in Montreal


Ballerina Project

Ballerina Project is the brainchild of New York-based photographer Dane Shitagi, and spawned from the idea of New York City as a magnet for creative people, projects, and even struggles. According to the project's website, "each photograph is a collaborative work of dance, fashion design and photography played out against the city's landscape."

These photographs make me so, so radiantly happy! Be sure to check out the project's archives to view more [equally captivating] shots.

To purchase Ballerina Project images as limited edition prints email All photos via Ballerina Project.