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color styling {gray & textures}

Happy Monday! It seems each week is a new set of challenges with my styling series. Since the magnolias are almost gone I didn't want to miss the opportunity to use them as props. I intended to style with grays, but soon realized I don't own many gray props despite it being half my wardrobe. Even though I took almost 400 photos, I only felt 6 were interesting enough. But I enjoy these six!

Also wanted to add that I'm completely enamored by this series, styled by Janne Peters and photographed by Maria Grossmann. Obviously, I was influenced by the gritty concrete contrasting the delicate flowers and wanted to create similar environments—although Janne's are clearly 100x more amazing.

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Reader Comments (2)

I really like this series, the colors, the contrasts, really nice!

April 5, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMonica

I am now scouring your blog for your color styles. They are lovely!
Have you seen Little Brown Pen's Paris series, she has multiple color series photos... I bought Paris in Mint but I really wanted them all.

April 18, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterIvy

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