Styled shoot: I fell in love with Disco
As you know there is nothing we love more than getting involved in a styled shoot. Well there might be one or two things, but getting together with our friends in the industry and creating something new is right up there with seeing our brides happy on their wedding day.
Well, today’s inspiration is the result of joining forces with Typical Type and Tiree Dawson. You’ve seen us work with these guys before on our Viking shoot, our Dip dye and Tweed shoot and our En Hiver shoot but this is a little different… when Megan and Tiree get their heads together crazy things happen and I’m putting this one right up there. Who knew 70’s disco glitter balls would create such beautiful style inspiration? Well take a look… (and scroll to the end to follow links to everyone involved)
We created 2 dresses:
Pandora calls back to the 70’s with its boho vibe that brings to mind the disco beat of flares, soft lace and high waist dreamy maxi dresses. This dress is truly individual and so romantic with its oversized hood and flowing sleeves cut from lace which has the deepest of deep borders. So, while it has a sense of lightheartedness it just shouts of unadulterated luxury.
Nyx makes no apologies for being right out there aiming to make a statement. We cut this version in a heavyweight black satin making a figure hugging inner dress that shows all the right curves. Then we took a gorgeous beaded corded lace with its deep scallop and beautiful design to create a maxi dress showing plenty of leg from the front, while sporting the neatest of trains at the back. Not one for the shy at heart.
- Photography – Tiree Dawson
- Concept, lighting and glitter balls – Typical Type
- Venue – Kirklinton Hall
- Makeup – Aimee Chorley
- Hair – Aqua Salon
- Florals – Brakens of Bowness
- Styling – Wilde and Romantic
- Mirror – Neat Creative
- Models – Crystal wearing Pandora and Erin wearing Nyx