*The peacock dress and blue necklace were sponsored by Harper & Tucker, and the fringe heels were sponsored by Delia’s. The pink and blue dress was sponsored by LulaRoe by Megan McClary. All opinions are my own.*
I’m on a goals mission this week of posting more, and these are my spring dress fashion shoot details. I love the weather in Dallas when I can wear a dress in the winter months. It’s so exciting to finally tell y’all a little bit more about this shoot.
The last time I did a photo shoot in the Deep Ellum area was a few years ago. Now that I live in Plano, it’s a bit of a drive, but always worth it. I had so much fun working with Photographer_P214, who has taken pictures for me in the past.
If you know me, I’m very comfortable with myself, and changed out of these dresses in a bathroom somewhere. Just make sure you pay for something when you know they know you are not walking out in the same outfit, no matter your excuse. I didn’t have issues, but just saying.
I am wearing my Lularoe Amelia dress from Megan McClary in the pink and blue. Megan McClary sponsors my Lularoe clothing, and I couldn’t be more grateful. You can find her tagged on my Instagram photos with her items, and shop her Facebook page under her Instagram info.
My peacock dress is from Harper and Tucker. Currently, it’s on sale, so you won’t want to miss it. This dress is definitely a show stopper, and it doesn’t feel uncomfortable with the deep cut. Harper and Tucker sponsored this dress and necklace. If you’re interested, they do fashion parties.
Right now, I’m waiting on a package before I can disclose more of my women’s day surprise, but if you’re in the Dallas area, it’s women’s month. One thing I feel compelled to do in my life is empower other women through my own story. I hope it’s already been working.
If you follow me on Instagram, I mentioned how my car was giving me some grief, which was the driver’s side window not rolling back up. The bae also just got a new car, but we had a few days where I altered my schedule so he could take my car. And then, lastly, my middle and youngest, guinea pig had me a bit worried. They didn’t look good for a minute, but they are just fine. The bae and I are also going through tough times with our families, which I think many can understand. I might disclose more on that later.
I have so much more to say, but catch it in the next blog post. As usual, don’t forget to follow me on Instagram for daily updates. Subscribe to my blog for nearly weekly updates.