As one determined to go through life based on a rather interesting mood board, created in my non-existent spare time, off my favorite books and movies; and featuring cliché but dreamy spots, I might have fallen a little too hard for the location of this shoot.
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This pair of pants intended to be worn as bikini cover-up, was a gift from Whitney Black following my last trip to Nigeria. I wanted to style a look that was airy and flowy with a little structure, hence the knot tied in front of the shirt. Also served as a way to break up the prints and patterns going on in the outfit for a less busy look (pro tip).
Paired with Call it Spring Astoressi Sandals
Till next time,