This is the fourth and final of The Scarlet Woman series of shoots that was shot during the late summer. This one was by far the favourite one of mine to shoot, because it’s not often my other half gets to help out for shoots on the blog, so it was lovely to have him back on the scene. For the fourth and final shoot, we chose Albert Hall in Kensington, because as one of the iconic landmarks in London, I’ve never actually managed to do a shoot there. So it seemed fitting that we done a grand shoot there. The red and black really do compliment the red brick and grey granite stonework. I also love shooting with my hubby because he hates that I pout so much in my images, so he always makes it his mission to make me laugh as much as possible. I usually end up bursting into a fit of giggles because of him, but he is right. The images do look way better as a result.
The outfit I’m wearing is mostly made up of old items from my wardrobe. The red shirt dress is an old one from H&M that I bought at the start of the year, the embellished leggings are from River Island from like 10 years ago and they’ve appeared on this blog more than any other item of clothing by a mile. The gold crown and matching earrings were purchased for a shoot about 2 years ago, and the heels are ASOS DESIGN, and the only item purchased for this specific shoot.
Dress: H&M, old – Embellished leggings: River Island, old – Embellished nude courts: ASOS DESIGN, found here – Earrings and crown: old