I discovered an amazing photographer today named Edouard Boubat. I've loved a few of his photographs for many years, never looking further into who took them. I'm glad I did today because my GOODNESS, I've found myself a new favorite photographer. I love the romantic yet realness of his photographs. He certainly has a way of capturing a woman's beauty, too, don't you think?
"Édouard Boubat, France’s most famous romantic photographer, was born in Paris on September 13, 1923. He grew up on the Rue Cyrano-de-Bergerac, Montmartre. As the son of an army chef, he heard many tales of the Great War, in which his father served as a cook on the front lines and was wounded three time"
Fall is just around the corner, thank GOODNESS. Although I am a summer girl, when this time rolls around I can't wait to get my cozy on with a big oversized sweater, boots, and a motorcycle jacket. Here's how to get the look for a LOT less, all while supporting small business!
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Phew, I've been working hard on the shop lately! I've finally got the light in my new studio all figured out and it's starting to look less like Gray Gardens and more like a work space, so that's a plus. You all know my love affair with the Edwardian age, so I leave with you with these pretties. . .
This lovely wedding dress is for sale at Wild Poppy Goods!
photography: Loveridge Photography // planning + design: Taylor Kitto from A Wild Poppy // venue: Montana de Oro San Luis Obispo, California // florals: Twiggs Floral Studio // hair + make-up: Ruth Gonzales // calligraphy: Whitney Hoffman // catering: Two Cooks Catering // dresses: A Wild Poppy // suit: H&M
Have you guys heard of fashion blogger, writer, and model Elin Kling, or am I just totally behind? Her site is super inspiring & I am a little obsessed with her chic, simple, and effortless style.