Photoshoot, Stylist Tales, Women

Outfit Emergency…To The Rescue!

It must be so hard to be a regular person who is photographed all the time (celebrities get free clothes and a stylist, regular people do not). You couldn’t just put off haircuts for a few more weeks (or a few more months in my case) and you definitely couldn’t get by on just a couple of go-to outfits. Being photographed in any of them just once would mean a new outfit for the next one.

My best friend Sarah-Jane Pyke gets photographed for magazines, press and various interviews quite a few times per year (apart from being generally awesome, it’s due to her very successful Sydney interior design practice Arent & Pyke). Outfits are normally all under control due to her impeccable taste and love of shopping, but last month she ran out of outfits and time, so I came to the rescue at the last minute with a beautiful floral dress for a shoot with Real Living Magazine (pictured second from left).

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The shoot’s brief was ‘edgy and high fashion, and not black‘ (that’s hardly what people have casually lurking in the back of their wardrobe!). The dress I sourced was from the Winter ’14 range from Something Else by Natalie Wood. The bold floral pattern in purples, pinks and ivory is fantastic. The short shift shape is a modern classic, and the black front panels add a bit of interest and are super flattering. Black tights (sorry, there had to be some black!) and some jewel-coloured Vintage pumps finish the look.

Outfit fulfils the brief, looks pretty, and is something she’ll wear again…winner! Not bad for an outfit emergency.

Images sourced from Real Living Magazine, courtesy of Arent & Pyke.

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