What I’ve learned about my inventory these past few months is that most of it is pretty priceless. Not everything that is new and mesh is in-style. I suggest you dig through your inventory, like I did, and find some hidden treasures. This issue of Ferosh definitely challenged me, because I picked up themes that were left over. The way I see it, I should be able to style anything asked — anything at all. And so, I was happy with how this turned out after being frustrated the first day or two.
In the wise words of Nike, “Just do it!”
Style Details: Page 327 of Ferosh A/W’14 Vol. 1
This styling was something that I really loved. As always when it comes to picking style themes for Ferosh, the editorial team is allowed only their 1st choice and then then we take whatever’s left. Unfortunately this was not my first choice, or my second choice, or any choice! It was a last minute decisions to do it as another stylist/photographer had gone missing and didn’t complete the editorial — I rocked up with the Ferosh Upper Management to take a few shots just to fill in the space.Once we got started, it turned out to be an amazingly fun style adventure and now I am obsessed with all that is Western!
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I’m so very excited to share a project that I’ve been working on for several months. Though I spend an abundance of personal money doing this project, I find that the rewards are so great. I’m able to work with an outstanding group of people and able to share my love for fashion and photography :) Though my blog has slowed down quite a bit, I am super excited to share these two books as I venture into videography, graphic design, and in the near future creating mesh clothes! (Goal for 2015).