Sunday, August 28, 2011

pure of heart

My little cousin, Birgitta; her heart is so pure.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

end of summer ritual

(Free People shorts, Ultra Pink top, thrifted scarf, Jeffrey Campbell for Free People wedges, necklace from Forever 21.)

I've been meaning to pull together an outfit incorporating this amazing scarf I found at Saver's and this "baby's breath" crown that my good friend, Tiana, made for me. Like a said a few months ago, when my Econ teacher asked if the necklace I was wearing was some kind of "talisman" I immediately wanted to put something occult-like together. I got the Free People shorts on sale at their store in Burlington a few weeks ago and I've been wearing them nonstop ever since.

Monday, August 22, 2011


 I spent my last weekend of summer with Lexii, her family, and her boyfriend, Trent in Newburyport. There's nothing like a weekend of sandy beaches, antique shops, and Name 5 to relax you before the first day of school.

Sunday, August 21, 2011


Tiana and I did a joint shoot last week with our friend, Emma. It was my first time ever shooting with Emma and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

gulu-gulu cafe

Kylie, Jesse, and I took a trip to Salem, MA about two weeks ago to hear our friend, Neil, DJ at the Gulu-Gulu Cafe. We were only there for the evening and we're planning on hopefully taking another trip down there sometime this fall. I just adore the witchy vibe!

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Closed Casket Heart

Song: Closed Casket Heart by 1476
Model: Kylie Eastman
Clothing: Free People
Styling: Alex Salvesen

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

lowell folk festival

Here are some shots from my experience at the Lowell Folk Festival on Sunday. Kylie and I met up in downtown Lowell with my cousins and we spent the afternoon wandering the streets of Lowell, listening to folk music, posing for pictures with various characters, and browsing through the various craft stands. I went a little crazy when I came across a stand selling nothing by Native American trinkets; including some earthy arrowhead necklaces that have become mine and Kylie's friendship charms. We saw a range of odd characters including an old guy in bootyshorts and super sandwich! We also browsed through a stand that sold (unreasonably expensive) jewlery made with polished rocks. Kylie found a peice that said "Namaste" on it and of course I wished that I had the cash to shell out for it. Once we were officially exhausted from walking, we retired to Iced Chai Lattes at our favorite little coffee shop in Lowell, Brewed Awakening.