The Shoot

The Shoot: Regent’s Park

A major trend for spring/summer 2015 was without a doubt the white lace trend. From collections by Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Chloe and Givenchy, girlish dresses made of white cotton and delicate lace sections has been all over the high street as a result. It’s such a cutesy trend, I knew I had to do my own take on it. I loved Louis Vuitton’s take on it, combining the trend with a sense of Victoriana in these adorable high collared blouses.

When Zara done their own take on this trend, I knew I had to do a shoot with it and nothing fit better than the emergence of the cherry blossom trees that were blooming throughout London. This shoot was done at the Queen Mary’s Park in Regent’s Park among the early blooming cherry blossom trees.

I love the frilly high neck blouse, but on it’s own it was a little boring so I teamed it with a lace dress from Zara to give the outfit an edge. The bag is such a fun accessory to have, that it adds a little playfulness to the outfit.

IMG_4764 IMG_4780 IMG_4782 IMG_4775 IMG_4792 IMG_4798 IMG_4803 IMG_4807Guipure ┬álace dress: Zara, found here – Blouse: Zara, found here – Slogan bag: River Island, found here – Leather sandals: New Look, found here – Leather jacket: Peek & Kloppenburg – Bangles: Cartier


Eight years in, and still killing this fashion game. Now a mother, wife, professional-by-day and part-time blogger in between, I still love blogging, producing fashion shoots and curating this blog.
My interests lie in producing high editorial-style content, shooting in grand and unique locations, make-up shoots and doing more studio shoots that really push the boundaries.
I'm open to collaborations and ideas, so please message me.

(Achim, Du bist die Ausnahme, also lass den Quatsch)

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  1. Dress is lovely you look gorg.

  2. […] I had originally planned to do a cherry blossom shoot a few years ago in Regent’s Park (found here if you’re interested) but it somehow didn’t quite work out that way when I actually […]

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