Retro Rockabilly vs Vintage Hippy Chic
March 2, 2010
For Jessica’s trash the dress, she wanted to go for two different looks. So along side her husband Randy and her photographer Lori she got kitted out twice to create some images she’d always remember. First up was a retro rockabilly style urban session full of graffiti shots and stark architecture completed with her kick ass attitude and fashion including necklaces by
Anna Sheffield for Target, the Je t’aime two finger ring (which I adore!) by Erica Anenberg and her heels were by Steve Madden.
F0llowing this a much softer, more earthy style was required, so they all headed out to a local woodland with a gorgeous green chair and had a play around. For this style she wore vintage necklaces and a vintage coat, boots by MIA and a pink disc necklace by Dominique Cohen. Her dress in both sessions was from David’s Bridal.
Thanks to Lori for sharing. To see Jessica & Randy’s wedding clicky here
Lori Barbely Photography
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