Hey guys! Quick post today! Sharing a few snaps from a couple weeks ago out and about with my little guy. I’m obsessed with his little hoodie (it’s on sale too). I love all the tropical and leaf print stuff they have out right now for kids and adults.
Cody and I are down in Florida shooting a commercial with the NFL and Majestic athletics the next couple days. This is my second time away from B overnight and I’m missing him like crazy, but he’s having fun getting spoiled by Grandma and Grandpa :)
I’m really excited to share more from this project but you can see our behind the scenes on my snapchat: @hellofashblog :)
During the hot summer days jeans are the last thing on my mind, but when the temperatures start to drop at night, dressing up jeans with some lightweight layers is a great option for a casual date night. I always love finding versatile neutral pieces knowing I can wear them with anything, so I couldn’t help but grab this blouse (over 50% off) from Nordstrom Rack when I found it (comes in 4 other colors). I also love the feminine cap sleeve – it’s a great detail to add to the basic tees and tanks. (Also love the back cut-out on this top.) I also picked up another pair of gladiator sandals. I love these because they zip in the back unlike some of my lace up sandals so it makes life easier when I’m in a hurry to get ready or when I’m holding B. Loving all these bright colored options and love this tall neutral pair.
Basic layers for guys are always a great option for a casual date look, too. Sometimes comfortable layers are just want you need to help you relax and unwind after a long week. Especially love how Cody paired the basics with joggers to keep the look more interesting.
I think this was one of my favorite shoots simply because I thought there was no way the pictures were going to turn out. I got held up finishing another shoot in Salt Lake until 8pm and it’s an hour and half drive to the Lavender Fields. Sunset was at 9:08 so I arrived in the dark. I almost turned around half way because I knew there was no way I would make it in time, but it was the last day they had it available before they harvested the lavender and I had been waiting weeks to go!
I got there around 9:20 and it was already dark. We shined our head lights on the field hoping to create some sort of light in hopes we could maybe get one good shot. I roamed through the fields bare foot as a storm rolled in, the wind was howling and a gorgeous thunderstorm behind the mountains lit up the night sky (don’t worry it was far far away so we weren’t in any danger). It felt like a scene from a movie. We literally shot these in 10-15 minutes before it started pouring rain and we ran to the car drenched! I was so excited when I got the pictures back to see so many had turned out (Emmy is amazing!). It was a magical few minutes in the fields, but I’m so bummed I didn’t get to spend more time there. I can’t wait to go back next year and really enjoy its beauty!