Outfit: The Lady Is A Vamp

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After Thanksgiving, I set aside my Friday afternoon to take pictures, but, as luck would have it, it was pissing rain and I had to figure out a new plan.  If you’ve been with me for a month or so, you know that I’ve tried indoor photography once and didn’t really enjoy it (see here), but I decided to give it another go.

This time around, it was much easier to stage a shoot in my apartment building.  I’m not saying it wasn’t still a challenge, but since the last time I tried it, I did more research on indoor photos, and I think they came out a lot better!

This outfit, by the way, is definitely not something I’d wear out, although it was a whole hell of a lot of fun to strut around in!  I felt like some kind of 1940s lumberjill pinup, and some days, you just need it.  I’ve actually worn a variation of the same ensemble in October (see here), but I do like this version a little more.  Fun fact: that “stole” is actually the removable faux fur trim from one of my coats!

So what about you guys–do you like shooting indoors?  If you do, please share your tips!

Hat: vintage

Necklace: ModCloth, old

Top: thrifted

Skirt: H&M, old

Boots: ModCloth (similar)

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3 thoughts on “Outfit: The Lady Is A Vamp

  1. You look so cute in this!
    I don’t really mind shooting indoors, I have a spot where I take most outfit pics by the window. But I hate shooting with indoors lighting, but since we have like 3 hours of light in December it’s proving to be needed…
    Your pics look beautiful (like always) though! The light looks really nice and like it’s around you rather than over you. Very nice indeed.
    Much love,
    Mona

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  2. Even though it’s indoors, these are still pretty well lit! I don’t have any good spots in my apartment to shoot indoors, so I’m tempted to rig up a bounce board and maybe get a basic studio light because with my work schedule, I can really only take photos on the weekends :\

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