Nature’s Minimalism: A Winter Editorial

A Winter Editorial

We’re so excited to get back to our shooting schedule after the holidays, the new year and all the rain. It was a nice break from shooting but we’re all so ready for new collaborations, and to get our creatives juices flowing. We are constantly inspired by everything around us. Inspired by other creatives, be it their personal style or their photography, to nature and our surroundings. With our winter editorial we took street styles that we’re loving the most combined with our want to stay cozy in this chilly weather, and placed it in an unexpected setting.

This is our first editorial for 2017. And sometimes, more than anything else, it’s just about the pictures…. Enjoy.

Winter Editorial | layered knits

Dress + Sweater: Bella Luxx via Rococo (Costa Mesa)

Winter Editorial | monochromatic minimalist style

Winter Editorial | Monochromatic minimalismBrenna Knitted Sweater: Huxley + Harper// Trousers: LACAUSA from Blue Eyed Girl

Long Cardigan: Quinn// Bralette: Xirena// Knit Wide Leg: Minnie Rose all Rococo (Costa Mesa)

Winter Editorial | Layering with coats & Fur

Winter Editorial | layered minimalismFur Vest: H Brand// Pants: Suncoo both from Bardot// Coat: Rag & Bone// Turtleneck: BCBG both Stylist Collection

Winter Editorial | Black white and greyBodysuit + Sweater: Bella Luxx// Wide Leg Trouser: Karina Grimaldi All from Red Fox

Winter Editorial

Winter Editorial | Cozy layering

Winter Editorial | Cream & beige layersSweater + Scarf: Huxley + Harper// Coat + Trousers: Stylist Collection

Winter Editorial | Neutral Layers

Winter Editorial | Black cream & beigeHoodie Shawl: Minnie Rose// Bomber Jacket: Xirena// Pants: Ramy Brook all from Rococo, Costa Mesa

Model: Emily Burch// Photography + Styling + HMU: Rachael Dickens// Location Manager + Styling Assistant: Natalie Dickens

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