Saturday, 25 July 2015

'Enchanted Forest' - Waiste Vintage High Summer Lookbook


Photography: Alice Wint and Elen Aivali
Model: Amelia Travis and Lydia Aivali
Styling: Me
HMU: Amy Ashton
All clothing Waiste Vintage

www.waiste.co.uk

This is one of my absolute favourite vintage lookbooks so far and was definitely worth getting up at 7am on a Sunday for! There were so amazing pictures it was hard to narrow it done but these are my favourites above. I know I say this all the time but it's really getting harder and harder to part with beautiful vintage pieces.  I love the magic of lookbook making and can't wait to make more. I put it up last week and the majority of pieces are sold out already, I can't thank every one enough for the love and support shown to Waiste Vintage,  I feel so blessed to be able to do what I do. There's only a couple of pieces left over on Waiste Vintage, and I can't wait to take things further creatively soon. 

Plus there's another product drop at 7pm this evening with lots more vintage, so make sure you don't miss out!

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11 comments

  1. amazing lookbook, absolutely love the dresses
    (and glad they went to happy homes for the sake of my bank account!)

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  2. Such incredible photos, that white dress is BEAUTIFUL!
    Tara x

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  3. Love everything about these shots!

    August must have flat shoes on
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  4. The clothes and photos are looking amazing !

    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  5. Wow this whole thing is so stunning!

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  6. beautiful!

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  7. Amazing!


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  8. Stunning! The last photo is just the sweetest. :-)

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