Are You Ready for Love? An Elton John Inspired Editorial for Rock n Roll Bride Magazine
September 13, 2020
There’s nothing we love more at Rock n Roll Bride than going OTT, extra AF and living your best authentic life, no matter what that looks like to you. This shoot, which we shot just days before lockdown began in March (yes, it’s taken me a long time to getting around to blogging it!) was featured inside issue 32 of
the magazine, and while we’d been planning it for a few months, the glitz, glamour and all-round flamboyant extravagance of the theme was actually JUST what we needed to see once the dreaded c-word wreaked havoc with the world!
In times of austerity we need escapism, we need fantasy, and we need motherfucking sequins and enormous bedazzled sunglasses, and Rock n Roll Bride aims to deliver. You’re welcome!
I have to give extra love and props to artist
Gabriella Rosie, who loved this shoot so much she created this artwork based on the images. WOW!
Dress: Lucy Can’t Dance Shoes: ASOS Sunglasses: Stylist’s Own
Trousers & Top: House of Ollichon Headpiece: Feathers and Thread UK Shoes: ASOS
Suit: Phase Eight Hat & Epaulette: Feathers and Thread UK Sunglasses: Feisedy via Amazon
Dress: Charlie Brear Hat: Feathers and Thread UK Shoes: ASOS Sunglasses: ban.do Earrings: Ottolangs
Dress: Charlie Brear Cape: Catherine Blades Couture Earrings: Topshop Sunglasses: Feisedy via Amazon
Dress: Catherine Blades Couture Jacket: Isolated Heroes Earrings: Ninka Pop
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