Haberdash Shoot

This weekend was pretty low key, we laid around watching old hockey movies (does The Mighty Ducks even count as hockey)? I also went to my favorite Hot Dog Stand with 40 of my friends to create a mini flash mob. Then on Sunday Adam and I took the Haberdash over to our friends pond to do some promo shots for a upcoming magazine feature. It was 30 degrees out but the photos were suposed to be summeresque, I hope I fooled you. Do you like them?


Photos: Adam Towner


10 Responses to Haberdash Shoot

  1. Dee says:

    You look adorable! Good job on the traveling shop, it looks amazing! If the grass was greener and there were leaves on the trees you definitely fooled me! You don’t look cold at all…a real pro.

  2. You look great! I never would have guessed it was cold out.

  3. Kristen says:

    These are great shots! I love the pink lipstick.

  4. Becca says:

    You (and The Haberdash) look adorable! I love the flamingos, they’re a fun touch! I can’t wait to see the feature – I saw you tweeted it’s for Bust Magazine. That’s so exciting!!

  5. punky says:

    aww, thanks guys.

  6. Amber says:

    I just started following yo and I love your idea to have such a cool traveling shop!
    btw the pictures look great

  7. I adore these pictures, your hair + pink lipstick looks SO gorgeous. And that dress is fabulous, it’s beautifully styled with the boots and necklace -LOVE! xx veronika

  8. kelly hochstetter says:

    you look super cute, but it kinda reminds me of Into the Wild.

  9. Deb says:

    You are such a pretty girl,,, just started reading your blog. Keep up the good work:-)

  10. alicatstrut says:

    Cute as heck. (I love the necklace!) And The Mighty Ducks so totally counts in my book. Cake-eater.

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