Fall street style by Ash Taylor

Have I ever mentioned that fall is my favorite season? The crisp air, my birthday, my anniversary, Halloween! To top it off, I was given the opportunity to work with some of my favorite people this week! Photographer Molly Repetti and I worked together once on a prior shoot, but I have to say, it was the smoothest and quickest photoshoot I've been a part of. Molly is so funny too, we seemed to really hit it off. :)

Kris and Alyssa in their streetwear glam rock outfits

Kris and Alyssa in their streetwear glam rock outfits

A couple weeks ago she approached me about doing a street style shoot and sent me some inspiration. I got in touch with Kris Baxter and Alyssa Campbell, both of whom are amazing models, but what I didn't know is that we would be the fastest fashion shoot team I had ever seen in my life. We finished a 6 look shoot with at least 8 different sets in only 4 hours. The pictures came out beautiful too. These ladies looked fierce!

Vintage made modern for fall

Vintage made modern for fall

I tried to stay consistent with my theme in each outfit pair. Once I publish a post with the full set I will describe each parallel. On the above picture there are numerous similarities in each piece. The skirts may be a different color, but they are both heavier fabrics (corduroy and velvet). The grey from the silk and white shirt (vintage b.u.m.) matches the grey polka dots on the sheer black shirt-dress, and both pairs of sunglasses share a similar shape. It seems to create some rhythm within the shot as well as structuring some of the composition. 

Photographer Molly Repetti. Models Kris Baxter(left) Alyssa Campbell (right)

Photographer Molly Repetti. Models Kris Baxter(left) Alyssa Campbell (right)

Can't wait to show you more photos! Until then, check out these amazing ladies' pages!

Photographer Molly Repetti . Instagram @mollyrepetti . Website www.Melindarepetti.com

Model Kris Baxter . Instagram @littlestoflambs 

Model Alyssa Campbell . Instagram @daylou_stylehouse

 

till next time,

Ash