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everyday wear

i've been on the hunt for a new pair of all-the-time jeans and i think i found them. the dark wash, worn in feel and fit are all spot on.  well played rag & bone, well played.

jeans: rag & bone jacket: DOMA (also really loving this one!) shirt: urban outfitters (similar) booties: steven (sold out but this similar pair is pretty amazing)

Reader Comments (2)

Love this look! Its so simple and stylish. The photos look amazing - would love to see a tutorial on that beautiful rose colored effect on the images! Just beautiful.

Gillian :)

12/10/12 | 10:26 AM | Unregistered CommenterGillian

thanks so much gillian! it's actually not a photoshop trick- lou used a few bougainvillea flowers in front of the lens to get that effect when he was shooting. i'm a big fan of the effect too! if you decide to play around with the technique my advice is to shoot wide open (low f-stop number). :)
thanks again!

12/10/12 | 11:2 PM | Registered Commentersarah yates

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