Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Feeling All Grown Up + Giveaway

How to Style A Maxi Dress For Fall
Long Necklace || Urban Outfitters, Toronto
Chunky Black Wrap || Closet swapped ;)
Closet swapping is essentially trading fashion apparel or jewelry items with others. Doing this allow you to freshen up your closet without having to spend money, purchase unnecessary items, or throw things away! This is also a fun activity to do with a group of friends.
Olive 5-Way Maxi Dress || Seamly.Co via c/o #insideout
I love this company because they (1) began as a crowdfunded startup to create versatile clothing, (2) are made of recycled remnant USA fabric, (3) are fully produced in the USA, (4) are women-run, (5) use eco friendly packaging, and (6) are based in Denver... which is such a beautiful city haha. 
Leather Brown Boots in Wide || Clarks


This past weekend I had the beautiful opportunity to fly across the country to photograph a wedding in Niagara Falls. While I was there I also booked sessions with families and even a pageant girl! I feel very blessed and successful because my photography has come to a point where I am traveling to share this talent with others. It is exciting, but also a bit scary because it means that another set of doors are opened. What is a gal to do when God closes two doors and opens 3 more?

Feeling All Grown Up,

Runs through 10/23/14 at 11:59pm PST. 

P.S. I received a comment on my Spring 2014 Eco Ethical Fashion Haul and am now compelled to create a Fall 2014 Eco Ethical Fashion Haul video for my Youtube Channel. So be on the look out for that! This dress will be included. hehe.


  1. ay yes! let us give autumn a chance <3

    Cassie Thriftier

  2. You look beautiful, love this fall photo shoot! Great dress.

  3. Nice pics, glad to know that your travel went so well, God bless you!!!

  4. I love this outfit..the dress is so pretty and you look beautiful:) thank you for following my:) i followed you too..

  5. Nice pics Christine :)

  6. I love the outfit! you look so beautiful! :)



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