After moving to Florida I did not think that I would make connections and start establishing friendships as fast as I have. I have had the opportunity to meet some amazing women and most of them and I, myself included, are a part of a collective group where we share, inspire, and build community. Despite my week being super busy, we had made plans to do Valentine’s Day shoot.
The goal of this shoot was to help give ideas to ladies who may not have a clue as to what to wear for Valentine’s Day this year. Don’t worry we have you covered! To give to a little background on the photoshoot, we met in Winter Park. We decided for lighting purposes afternoon shoot would work best. Now, what I loved the most was the fact that we are all so uniquely different. From petite to tall, we had the opportunity to showcase our individual style and remain true to our brands and audiences.
So, we decided that two of us would wear pink and the other two would wear red. We showed up and showed out! Everyone was so beautiful and the colors were so complementing for all of us.
We turned the streets of Winter Park into our runway and everyone was watching! It was such a great experience.
Now, what you need to know to get Valentine’s Day Ready is to check out these lovely ladies and head over to their blog to get the scoop on their outfits. I have linked their websites to our photo. Just click on their names and it will take to directly to their site.
Have you picked your Valentine’s Day outfit? Let’s chat in the comments!
Be sure to check out the Look Book Video HERE!
From Left to Right: Ruthie Fonseca, Nikki Arnold, ME, Cherry Williams
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