Littlefinds

Out of My Comfort Zone

Hi Littlefinders, so I have to admit taking photos for the blog can sometimes be a little awkward, I am goofy and silly, so trying to keep it cool and serious for an edgy pose makes me feel a bit silly. However last week we got to work with an Orlando artist on a special project and he had such cool vehicles, I could not pass the opportunityΒ to take photos. Let’s start with his motorcycle. How cool is it?

I am wearing this baby from Target. When I first picked it up, I thought it was a dress but is actually a really comfy romper and perfect for festival season. It’s a little bit out of my comfort zone, but that’s what this whole photoshoot was about.

On top of his awesome custom motorcycle, Wolfrich and his wife Heather (who is amazing at restoring furniture) have this gorgeous retro Van. Β I felt like it matched my outfit perfectly. My gladiator sandals are from Shoedazzle, and I will be wearing them all of spring. If you don’t own gladiator sandals, they are a must for this season.

The Flower crown is super affordable from forever XXI. I love wearing these during the spring, whether I am heading to a FestivalΒ or the grocery store.

For me, this shoot was so fun, not only because I loved all the vehicles and my outfit, but because it took me out of my comfort zone. I usually smile a lot and laugh in my photos, but I thought it was fitting for me to be a little edgy and serious in this photos. So moral of the story, it’s ok to get out of your comfort once in a while Littlefinders!

Until Next Time!

Laila

You Might Also Like

2 Comments

  • Reply
    Nikki Arnold
    April 3, 2017 at 2:57 am

    You are rockin in this shoot girl!! Love this romper on you and those gladiator sandals. Maybe I need to get out of my comfort zone and try out a pair!! Loving the festival vibes.

  • Reply
    Rachael Thomas
    April 4, 2017 at 6:28 pm

    I’m loving this romper, and such a fun shoot! The flower crown makes the perfect accessory. I def need to get out of my comfort zone more.
    Rachael
    http://www.threadsforthomasblog.com

  • Leave a Reply