Yay!! Here is the last and final post of my Anthro-inspired photo shoot by Kristine Ko! This location was totally unexpexted but ended up being our favorite place of the day! We were originally heading towards a river dam but the street was block off. So Kris had to make a random left turn, then as we were making a U-turn, she noticed how the awesome light was hitting this parking structure. Then bam! Kris schreeched to a halt and parked the car and off we went.
We got to this place right as the sun was setting and the way it was hitting the building made for such a gorgeous glow. Kris has a great eye for finding natural light and she's so creative with it!
In this photo I was sitting at the very top edge of the parking structure...I admit it, I was a little scared I was going to fall off! That would have been tragic. Ha.
I love this outfit for so many reasons: it's edgy, funky, sexy, and classy, all at the same time. I would totally wear this outfit for a night out on the town. Another reason why I love this outfit so much is that I'm wearing 2 items that I wore on my wedding day- the gold glitter Louboutins (yes, I wore both these and the turquoise glitter ones on my wedding day- I had 4 wedding dresses!) and my yellow bolero, which I wore over my gown for photos.
We had already said we were done with the shoot and as we were walking back, Kris noticed the wall lights so we quickly shot a few more photos here and I LOVE how dramatic they turned out!!!
Top- gift from my sister-in-law
Skirt- Eva Franco Draped Jungle Skirt from Anthropologie
Bolero- Bonzie shop on Etsy
Necklace- Anthropologie and bridesmaid gift
Wrist Cuff- from Greece
Isn't Kristine Ko amazing?! She is so talented and artistic, and such a great person. If I ever want to do another photo shoot (maybe with my hubby? or my dogs?) I will totally want her to shoot it. You can check out more details of the shoot here and see all of Kris's other great work. Have an upcoming event that you want proffessionally photographed? Contact Kristine here!
I hope you enjoyed viewing these photos as much as I enjoyed sharing them with you! I hope I can work with Kristine again soon, it was so much fun!