Friday, October 12, 2012

They Let Me Eat Cake

Last weekend I got the chance to shake off some of my frilliest drawers, stiffest corset and favorite accessories from the Vivcore vault for a shoot with my best friend and model Kitty Lynne and the talented guys and gals at Capital Bombshell. The result is a candy colored rococo retro pin up shoot that puts some oo lala into the genre Du Barry was a Lady style!









Model: Kitty Lynne
Clothing, jewelry, fans, wig: Vivcore
Photography, Sets: Luigi Crespo 
Makeup: Jennifer Butt (you should see what she does with hair if we hadn't run out of time. Seriously, she's magic!)
I loved working on this shoot, and working on decadent projects like this. Can't wait to collaborate with Capital Bombshell again!

Want to make some pin up magic of your own? They are open for bookings, and I'm still selling the fashion!

26 comments:

  1. absolutely love this shoot! Adorable and fun!! Those first shoes- is that lucite in the heel? Where on earth did you find such amazing shoes?

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    1. It is! I got them from Irregular Choice a while back, it seems to be a style they keep around, they shake up the colors every year, but the style just keeps on coming back. This year they have a spot or purple in the flowers I think. they are really cute shoes in person and they do a ton of Lucite heel designs!

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  2. What a gorgeous shoot! Now I really want to save up and book a session for myself. :D

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    1. You so should! They are such great people to work with!

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    2. In fact it could possibly even be a great meet up activity one day

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    3. Once I put together a few outfits. Will have to consult with you about that sometime. ;)

      I was thinking the Suburban Socialites package sounded like a great idea. So a meet up activity would be really fun. :D

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    4. Capitol Bombshell, the whole crew, are awesome. They put personalized touches to things like your dressing room and really make you feel like a star.

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    5. Sounds fantastic! I feel more motivated and excited to save now. Thank you, lovely Kitty Lynne. :)

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  3. seriously awesome - what a cool idea!

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    1. Thanks! You know my mind always runs rococo if people give me half an opportunity

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    1. I was amazed how many set Luigi had when I got there, and the little house was amazing and right around the corner

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  5. Oh I LOVE this! Very creative, excellent photography, perfectly styled.

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    1. It was great working with someone who knew their way around a camera, it's amazing what it can do for a dress!

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  6. These are beautiful! I need to check my blog feed more often xD
    Kieli~♥

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    1. Yes! So do I sometimes (I check it religiously then the one week i can't is the week everyone posts something amazing!)

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  7. Great post, I love your blog so much <3
    Would you maybe like to follow eachother?
    Love, Anne

    www.movieanne.com

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  8. Decadent is a good word for those photos:). I went through some of you latest posts and I love your blog - it makes me feel like I am in some kind of different world:).

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    1. Thank you so much! I love a lot of old things and trying to find a place for them in the modern world, I'm so glad you like my blog! I checked yours out too and its fascinating, I love lace and lace making, so many beautiful things!

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  9. Such a beautiful photo shoot! Totally love the feel of it. Fabulous work. xoxo

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    1. Thanks! It was such a hoot to work on!

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  10. That photoshoot is so colorful and so beautiful! Rococo is my favorite era so this photoshoot is divine! Love the tone of purple that dress is in!
    I was just looking on the internet just randomly and ended up at this blogspot but I just realized you are on my poupee friend's list!lol

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