• BACK TO THE REAL WORLD [PART 1]

    BACK TO THE REAL WORLD [PART 1]

It’s that time of year! Students are returning to school, the weather is growing colder, and suddenly you notice that it doesn’t stay light outside for quite as long in the evenings. Fall is upon us. If you’re like me, you aren’t returning to a fun-filled collegiate campus. Instead, nothing has really changed that dramatically about life. If anything, in an attempt to fight seasonal depression your bank statement has taken a hit . Luckily, the latter is totally acceptable because with the new season comes foliage, apple picking, pumpkin everything and new fashion!

Fresh off of our adventures at NYFW, Tilden and I have teamed up once again with the incredible Brad Bahner to bring you an editorial series focused on “real world” fashion! Over the next few weeks we will be rolling out installments packed with styling ideas, tips, and tricks – all ready to shop! Hopefully you will find this just as fun and inspiring as we did. Enjoy!

Romper: Nordstrom Rack, Hat: Free People, Shoes: Franco Sarto, Bag: Dooney & Bourke

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9 thoughts on “BACK TO THE REAL WORLD [PART 1]

  1. Mr Brad undoubetedly killed it yet again! love these shots of you both, super cute. Will be following along for the rest of the series , cant wait :). xx
    Jyo
    http://www.cuppajyo.com

  2. Ashley Bree Perez

    Love this look!

  3. That photo shoot looks like it was a lot of fun! Love the props and clothes!

  4. Christy Peeples DuBois

    I am new to Mass Musings but have followed To Be Bright for a while and love her style. Y’all are dressed so cute and I look forward to your next segment in this series.

    • I’m glad you liked it! I hope you continue to enjoy and follow Mass Musings 🙂

  5. Lucy

    Love the hats. What a cute photo shoot idea!

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