Aug 31, 2009

Lookbook: Ruffles and Stripes

Happy Monday! Hope everyone got to enjoy their weekends. Mine was busy but a lot of fun. We (my hubs and I) stopped by the Boutique Culture Warehouse Sale and I got to meet my twitter/blogging friends @boutiqueculture, @alixrose, @agentnoir, @jessestrada, and the gorgeous designer @jesicamilton who I bought the most adorable skirt from. Oh and I also got to meet @vuesociety at the Product Runway show! If you are on twitter make sure to follow all of them, they are all such fabulous ladies!

Anyway, onto Monday Lookbook! I knew I liked ruffles but didn't really realize it until I was just looking through my past lookbooks and noticed how many ruffle-y shirts I own. I also really love short sleeve button down blouses but those, I don't own as many of.

What I'm Wearing:
Blouse: Zara
Shorts: Banana Republic
Shoes: Dior

I got this shirt a few years ago and haven't worn it much, but couldn't part with it because I loved the ruffles. I just bought these cute striped shorts and when I went to pair it with a top I decided that the ruffles would do!

I love the subtle stripes and the color of these shorts as well as the cute tabs on the sides. Shorts are the one thing that I will miss when fall comes as I'm not one that transitions to fall wearing shorts. I just can't do the tights under shorts thing. I think it's adorable on others but just doesn't work for me.

And the perfect touch were my blue Dior pumps! I love how these pumps go with so many of my outfits. It's a blue that's kinda unexpected but works so well with all sorts of looks.

Last day to enter my Blogiversary Giveaway!

Aug 27, 2009

Summer Sales

The best part of summer coming to an end are all the fantastic end of summer sales! I've been perusing all my favorite sites. Here are some things that I may be adding to my cart... (click on picture to take you to the direct link)


Shorts & Skirts


Sponsor Spotlight!

If you are looking for really beautiful and unique jewelry, you must click on over to Marika King! When Marika apporached me about an ad on my blog, I clicked on over to her site and was just blown away by her gorgeous handmade jewelry. I am in love with almost every piece and am so pleased to have her as one of my sponors. The best part about her jewelry is that they are gorgeous and so reasonably priced!

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Some info from Marika:
Marika King Jewellery Designs is an original and eclectic mix of vintage inspired and fashion forward jewellery. All jewellery pieces are handmade and combine a variety of both new and vintage materials sourced from all over the world.

"Designing and creating is something I absolutely love doing and I love fashion. My designs are just as random as I am and reflect my personal style, which is constantly evolving. The pieces are designed to be wearable and encompass all parts of our personalities. Sometimes they are girly, sometimes edgy, sometimes quirky, but always unique. New pieces are constantly being created and are available on our website and selected boutiques across Australia. Our website carries the largest range with many one of a kind pieces that can't be purchased anywhere else."

Here are two of my favorites, but there is so much more!

Oh Deer Brass Ring - $40 and Love It! Birdie Brass Necklace - $40

Marika is offering my readers a 10% discount off anything in her store until September 30th. Just enter "IamStyle" at checkout. Go check it out!

Aug 26, 2009

For my Seattle-ites

Quick post today for my fab Seattle readers.

The Boutique Culture Warehouse Sale is this weekend!

From the website: Boutique Culture Warehouse Sale is the ultimate two day sale for an all inclusive shopping experience boasting discount prices of 40-80% off sale merchandise and 10-20% off the latest contemporary men's and women's collections from local boutiques and designers.

I will be there and so should you! Click here to learn more about it. Also, go visit my guest post on the Boutique Culture blog!

The best Bellevue fashion blog, VueSociety is giving away two Bumbershoot tickets! Click here to enter the fab giveaway!

Love that A Girl's Guide to Seattle put together a post on helpful resources and websites for Seattle. I'm always looking for new restaurants and boutiques to go to and will be hitting up this list anytime I need to find anything!

My friend Ro, who I got to hang out with last time she came for a visit, just posted these awesome photos that she took while in Seattle. Go see her Typespotting: Around Seattle post on her blog!


Any other Seattle events or Seattle posts that I should know about? Send them my way and I'll post them here!

Aug 25, 2009

Reading List

I don't tend to buy a lot of fashion or style books. Mainly because I get a lot of my style tips from magazines and blogs and don't feel like I need a book to really tell me how to style myself. However, I recently got these two that I had to share as I thought that they were great books.

I don't think either of these books need an introduction. I'm sure everyone who reads my blogs knows The Sartorialist and Nina Garcia.

I held off on buying her books for awhile but after looking through it at Barnes and Noble one day, I decided to bring it home with me. I love that each chapter covers a very basic topic that she would expand on. Her tips all pretty much align with my own style philosophy so I didn't learn anything new but I still loved reading through it. It was really easy to read, I read it in like 10 minutes.

The neat touch was all the illustrations by Ruben Toldeo sprinkled throughout the book.
My favorite quote in the book.
My favorite topic "The upmost importance of shoes".
I love that she starts out with "You can never have enough high heels"

I liked this book a lot just for how well it was written (easy to read) and the illustrations. I think I might get her other books just to have the collection.

The Sartorialist

The Sartorialist book is a compilation of the pictures he's taken for his blog with only just a little bit of writing. The book is really thick which I love, so many pages of inspiration!
If you love his blog, you have to get this book! Plus I love that it's only $20 (on Barnes & Noble). Most books with a ton of images like this cost a lot more.

Lula Magazine

I've had this magazine for awhile but wanted to mention it too. I had never heard of it until I was in a boutique and saw it on their table and flipped through it. This magazine is so full of beautiful images that I had to go and buy it myself. It's not only the images, but the styling and even the writing that's gorgeous. It's not just a flimsy magazine either, the paper they use is really thick, it's more like a fashion book than a magazine.
I believe it's a UK magazine, I got my issue at Barnes & Noble (the store, not online) and it was about $15.

Here's our collection of coffee table books currently on our table. All the sneaker ones are obviously my husband's. :) The one that's turned around where you can't see the book title is a sneaker book as well.
Yup, that us, fashion, sneakers and dogs!

p.s. The White Dress Shop is having a giveaway! Stop by their blog and enter.

Aug 24, 2009

Lookbook: ribbons and pearls

I wore this on one of those super hot days that we had a few weeks ago. It was about 98 degrees and I was not happy about having any of my hair even touching my face or my neck hence the fully pulled back ponytail. I rarely wear my hair like this but with the heat and no air conditioning there was no way I could wear my hair down as I have super thick hair and I swear it just keeps in all the heat.

What I'm Wearing:
Dress: Banana Republic
Shoes: L.A.M.B
Necklaces: Nordstrom & J.Crew
I was so undecided about this dress because I liked the ruffles but I felt it ended kind of in an awkward place, do you know what I mean? I would've liked it if it had a few extra ruffles or was just ruffles all the way down. And then I realized I bought it in the wrong size after I put it on and took the tags off but oh well, I wore it anyway.
It needed a little something so I added my chain/ribbon necklace along with a pearl necklace I just bought from the J Crew outlet. If you have a J Crew outlet near you, I highly reccommend going there and stocking up on their jewelry! They have all the last season stuff which is still gorgeous, marked down and then they had an addtional 20% off! I got a few necklaces to add to my necklace obsession.

Sponsor Spotlight!

One of my very favorite bloggers is also one of my sponsors. I'm sure you've come across Nina's blog, Femme Rationale, with her amazing outfits and beautiful pictures and now you can dress like Nina because she has opened her shop full of gorgeous clothes and accessories all handpicked by Nina herself!

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From Nina:
Femme Rationale Shop: An online clothing and accessories shop for the girl who keeps an eye on trends and her wallet. We sell new, vintage, and consignment.

Nina is generously offering my readers a 15% discount with NO time limit so you can use this any time you find something fabulous at her store. All you need to do is enter STYLEISH at checkout to receive the discount.

My pick is this pretty floral dress and for only $22, it is a steal!

Aug 21, 2009

it's the weekend!

Who's excited it's almost the weekend? Me for sure! J and I will be spending our Saturday shooting a super fabulous wedding for the best stylist in Seattle, Darcy of Styled Seattle. We are so excited and can not wait for the amazing-ness that is to come for this wedding.

Check out style.ish for our latest wedding post (if you've already seen it, we added more pictures last night so check it out anyway.) =)

and if you haven't yet, make sure to enter my 1 year blogiversary giveaway! For those of you who have entered already, thank you so much! I loved reading your comments you all are so kind! For those of you that posted the cupcake picture on your blog but it is too big, all you need to do to make it fit is in your "compose" mode (this is for blogger) click on the picture and you will see little squares on the edge of the pictures. Just drag one of the corner edges to make the picture smaller until it fits on your blog post.

The spots for our San Francisco shoot have been taken however am wondering if you all could help me out with something else. J and I would love to have some pictures taken of us while we are down there so we are looking for a photographer that would take our pictures in exchange for us to take their pictures. If you know someone that might want to do this please contact me at tiffany (at)

Sponsor Spotlight!

Since the weekends are always good for shopping, go check out some of my awesome sponsors for their amazing stores. All are style-ish approved and have fantastic things for everyone.

Candace Rose is one of those stores that you must visit!

Hi, my name is Candi, and I'm a photographer in California. I started Candace Rose (previously Dolce Chic) in late December of 2008, thanks to my blog friends who encouraged me to get my work out there. Most of my photos are from my mom's garden, with a few from a nearby vineyard as I love nature. Photography is my passion, and means of stress relief as I am also a full time caregiver for my grandmother with dementia. I am currently working on a website, which should be out in the next few months. My other passions of fashion, style, and decor have helped me become a better photographer. I currently sell my photos in sizes 4x6, 5x7 and 8.5 x 11 with the 8.5 x 11 in both matte and glossy. I started wholesaling my photo note cards in May to various boutiques, and looking to expand. I'm also currently working on Christmas cards, created from photos of vintage X-mas ornaments. Life's great and I can't wait to see what the future holds!

Go check out Candi's shop and to sweeten the deal, Candi is offering my readers a 10% discount until the end of August! Just enter the code "iamstyleish" at checkout.

Have a fabulous weekend my loves!

Aug 20, 2009

Happy Blogiversary!

UPDATE: Giveaway is now closed, thank you so much for everyone who entered! I will announce the winner next week!

I am Style-ish is 1!

Okay, so if you are a long time reader or have seen my archives you might be wondering why this is only 1 year even though I have been writing for way longer. The start of this blog was not about fashion at all, it was intended to keep my friends and family informed of my wedding planning which then turned into a destination wedding blog and then from this post I decided to change things up and add lookbooks and this post is where "I am Style-ish" became official!

Ever since this blog became "I am Style-ish" I have enjoyed every second of it. Writing about fashion, style, connecting with other bloggers and readers, forming new friendships and even getting to meet a few of you along the way. All in all it has been an amazing year! This blog wouldn't be anything without all of you so I wanted to do a giveaway to thank you for all your support and friendship!

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(that's my husband's interpretation of me as a cupcake!)

I have picked out some of my favorite beauty products to give away to one of you!
Included is:
Nars lip gloss in Foul Play
Nars lip lacquer in Chelsea Girls
Benefit thrrrob blush
fresh eau de parfum Strawberry Flowers

I chose products that I think would work well with everyone, Sephora describes Foul Play as "bare pink" and Chelsea Girls as "nude beige". I am a huge fan of all Benefit blushes and especially love the packaging and the brush that comes with it. I know it's hard to pick out fragrance for people but Strawberry Flowers is a very light and fruity scent. Plus, I liked the packaging. :) This little prize pack retails for over $100 and it is fully sponosored by I am Style-ish!

How to win this pretty little set:
  • Because this is for my readers you HAVE to follow me in some way, through Google Friend connect (that "follow button on the left side of my blog), through twitter, feed subscriber by reader or by email, facebook friend, etc..
  • Comment on how you follow me for one entry
  • If you are on twitter, tweet this sentence for another entry. "I want to win @styleish 1 year blogiversary giveaway!"
  • You get another entry if you post about this on your blog whether in a post or on your sidebar, please leave another comment letting me know which one and the link. (You can copy/paste that cupcake picture if you want)
  • This is open to readers WORLDWIDE! yay!!
  • Comments will be closed on 8/31 at 9:00pm PST
  • Winner will be chosen by random draw
  • Winner has to contact me within 5 days or else a new winner will be chosen.
Good luck and here's to many more months (years? not sure if I can commit to that!) of blogging!

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Aug 19, 2009

Lookbook: Georgetown

The other day my husband and I went to the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle to have lunch at Smarty Pants (best sandwiches ever.) and noticed the interesting details and buildings in the area. We couldn't resist a little photoshoot while we were there so I thought I'd post a few pictures for a little change from my typical lookbooks. As much as I love being a photographer and feel that I am fairly good at directing my subjects, I am not too good on the other side of the camera as my poses and facial expressions are anything but natural. So please excuse the model, but at least the photographer did a great job! I am certainly no Rumi of Fashion Toast. This is why I have to stick to my usual hand on hip, big cheesy grin lookbooks! :)

What I'm Wearing:
Cardigan: Obey
T-shirt: J. Crew
Skirt: H&M
Shoes: L.A.M.B.
Bag: Foley & Corinna "Jet Setter Jr."
Necklacke and Bracelets: Forever 21
Ring: Erica Anenberg
Watch: Nixon "The Time Teller P"


I loaded up on the accessories much more than I usually do but I just wanted to have fun with the outfit. I probably could've taken off at least one accessory but some days I like to just pile it on. I tend to wear a lot more classic accessories, like a diamond pendant, pearl necklace, my classic Rolex but lately I've been buying lots of statement jewelry and have been trying to incorporate them into my outfits. I just bought this Nixon watch on a whim while I was out shopping one day and hadn't worn it yet. That pop of pink is just so shocking and unexpected, so I can't wear it with everything but nice to have that pop of color once in awhile. You can't really see the bag but I must mention that the Jet Setter Jr. is one of my favorite handbags ever. I have it in this silver and black, it holds so much stuff and is just a great looking bag! The leather is also buttery soft.

I will say this again and again but I love these shoes. They are so different from my typical shoe style and surprisingly quite comfortable! Gwen Stefani sure knows how to make some hot shoes! (although I'm sure she's not the one actually designing the shoe, so whoever is the designer, you are awesome! :)

Sponsor Spotlight!

I think most of us know Monica from her blog Ciao Chessa! and I'm so happy to have her as one of my sponsors. Since the day I found Monica's blog I've not only been in awe of her photography but of how genuine she is. Every email and comment I've gotten from Monica is so thoughtful and genuine and I feel like her photography is the same. I can feel all sorts of emotions when looking at her photography, I hope to one day be in New York at the same time that her work is being displayed at a gallery so I can see them in person. But, the great part is, Monica sells her prints on her Etsy shop so we all can have a little piece of her amazing talent in our own homes!

From Monica:
My name is Monica Shulman and I am a corporate dropout and professional photographer based out of NY. I left my career as a corporate lawyer to focus on my photography. Chessa is my childhood nickname and my much bolder and less shy alter-ego:) I'm a fine art photographer specializing in street and travel photography and I opened up my Etsy shop, Ciao, Chessa! to sell my small format open edition work. I also sell a few of the small format images that are in limited editions and occasionally I sell large format prints there, as well.

Also check out Monica's work at her website, I spent an hour last night just looking through all the pictures, they are all so amazing!

Aug 18, 2009

Next stop, San Francisco!

I'm a traveler. I just love it and can't get enough of it. I attribute it to my parents who love traveling as well and took me and my siblings to some of the most amazing places in the world all before I turned 18. I have an incredible amount of stamps in my passport and I have yet to change my name on my passport even though I have changed it everywhere else because it makes me too sad to give up my old passport and start with a new one with no stamps in it. Silly, I know, but I love how old my passport is and my silly picture that everyone exclaims that I look so young. I think I will only replace it when it expires which unfortunately is coming up next year.

This year, all of our trips have been pretty close together and had the fortune of going to a lot of sunny, tropical locales. We started with our trip to Cabo in March, in May we were lucky enough to shoot a beautiful wedding in Jamaica and then we were off for my sister's wedding in the Riviera Maya in July.

We had nothing planned for August and when I don't have a trip planned, in the back of my head I'm always thinking, where should we go next? I don't actually plan our trips nor do I consult my husband, I always just have this one day where I think "Let me look at airfares" with no intention of buying and really not even knowing where I want to go but then I just end up booking it on the spot and then let him know. I also attribute that to my parents as I remember being in school and then the next day my parents would say "start packing we're going to on a cruise to the Carribean!" My reaction was always "um what?" and then "oh yay! Vacation!" They would do that sort of thing all the time. I have to say that this little spontaneous side of me is so unlike the rest of my life. I plan everything to the T. I have multiple calendars and to do lists and check everything off. With travel it's like my little escape from my usual detailed "plan everything out" self which is just something that I need and is something that my husband happily indulges me in.

So where am I getting at? Oh yes! Last week, I was at work and decided to click on over to check flight prices, because I'm getting antsy to travel again and there it was, $98 roundtrip flight to San Francisco! It was done and purchased in a matter of minutes. Then a happy dance and an Instant Message to J telling him that we were going to San Francisco in September and then I booked the hotel. J and I love San Francisco, it is actually one of the very first trips we took together when we started dating. My sister lived in San Francisco for awhile and we got to stay with her and explore the city. I've been back multiple times since then but that first trip we went when we were still in college and traveling with your boyfriend was a huge deal it was such a good trip and I have great memories from it.

I get emails from lovely readers all the time letting me know that if I'm ever in their city they would love to meet up so I thought I'd put it out there and let you all know that I am coming and would love to meet up with any of my readers from the Bay Area! Also, because we are picture taking fanatics, we decided to offer photo sessions while we are down there and take advantage of shooting in the pretty city. So if you are interested in a photoshoot with us, we would love to take your picture! My readers always get a fabulous rate so if you or anyone you know is interested in an engagement session or just a fun photo session I will give you (or them) the discounted rate. Our available dates will be September 26, 27 & 28. If you are interested, email me tiffany (at) with the date that you want. We're not going to do too many probably only 2, maybe 3 photo sessions so whoever gets to me first will get the spots! If you just want to meet up for coffee/drinks/girl talk, I would love that too!
Oh and if any of you have fabulous restaurant and shopping recommendations please send them my way. Although I've been there quite a bit, I know that San Francisco always has new things popping up everywhere so I would love to know where the best spots are to go to! We are staying in Union Square but J and I are not afraid to take the BART so we will be doing lots of exploring.

Aug 17, 2009

Lookbook: Rolando Boucle

If you are friends with me on Facebook you might have seen my status update about my newly purchased Louboutins and yes I know I just bought the Alti's but I could not resist these babies either. A girl can never have to many Loubies in her life right?
rolando boucle

These are the Rolando Boucle and I think quite possibly the cutest pair of mary janes I have ever owned. I want to wear these with everything! I ordered these from Barney's and had a tense few days waiting for them to ship and arrive at my place. I was so afraid that the size wouldn't be right. Even though I am typically a 5 in most shoes, Louboutins are infamous for their weird sizing. I ordered a size 5 and crossed my fingers that they would fit. When they arrived, I slipped them on and YAY!! they fit perfectly! phew! I didn't think that I could return them even if they were too small, they are just too pretty.

What I'm Wearing:
Shirt: Amanda Uprichard
Skirt: Wilfred
Shoes: Christian Louboutin

I wanted to wear something cute and girly with the shoes but managed to just wear the most wrinkly shirt ever! oops! I'm not so great at ironing, in fact it is probably one of my least favorite things to do. I have discovered Downy Wrinkle Release which is like magic! Just spray it on, tug out the wrinkles and voila! no more wrinkles. Too bad I didn't notice it that day and went through the entire day with a wrinkled shirt. Oh well, at least I had cute shoes to make up for it.

Aug 12, 2009

Chip Free Nail Polish

Last week when I mentioned in my 10 things post about my nail routine, a lot of you were interested in it so had to make sure to get this post up! I totally understand the importance of a long lasting manicure as it is a pain in the butt to always be painting your nails.

I have pretty weak nails, like they are soft and bendy. I tend to think that my weak nails also contribute to how much my nails chip. Before I started this routine my nails would last maybe two days tops and then I'd have to deal with either having chipped nails or make time every few days to touch up or paint again.

So here is my routine that I discovered that has helped me have chip-free nails for at least a week.

The potions
1. Seche Soft Cuticle Softener Therapy, 2. OPI Natural Nail Strengthener, 3. OPI ChipSkip, 4. Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat

After trimming my nails and filing them here are my steps:
  1. Apply the Seche Soft Cuticle Softener Therapy on all nails. Rub it all over your cuticles and nails and then push back cuticles with an orange stick.
  2. I use the OPI Natural Nail Strengthener as a base coat and wait a minute for it to dry.
  3. Next is the OPI ChipSkip over the entire nails
  4. Apply two coats of nail polish. Let each coat dry for at least a few minutes before applying another coat.
  5. Make sure to let you nails dry a bit and then apply Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat. This stuff does really dry fast and it creates an extra layer over your nails to protect it.
  6. You're done!
I mainly use OPI nail polish which works wonderfully with this routine. I also use a lot of Zoya polish and this works just not as great, sometimes it will last the full week, sometimes it will chip after 3 days. The great thing about this routine though is that when it does chip, it's just a small tiny chip and never big chunks that are noticeable.

I love pink nail polish and am always buying different shades. I usually switch between pinks and purples but always seems to end up buying more and more pinks. Here are a my favorite pinks:

The OPI's are
  • I'm Indi-a Mood for Love
  • Feelin' Hot Hot Hot
  • Shorts Story
The Zoya's are:
  • Lo
  • Whitney
I buy a lot of my nail polish from 88 Beauty Supply or Head2Toe Beauty Store because the prices are insanely cheap! The shipping is kinda pricey but I figure you are saving a lot when you buy a lot of nail polish. All of my Zoya nail polish is from their website, Art of Beauty.

So, there you go! If any of you try this out, let me know how it works for you!

sidenote: I've been a bit MIA on the internets lately. I haven't been able to comment on all my favorite blogs or even interact on twitter which is something I love to do. My facebook updates are pretty non-existent but if you leave a comment on there I always try to reply back. Just so you know it's only because I am in my first full-blown busy wedding month as we are booked for weddings, engagements, or day after sessions for the next 5 weeks AND we are coming to fiscal year end at my full time job so I'm a bit in over my head. But no worries, I am the queen of organization and time management so will make some time to visit your blogs, facebook and twitter with you all when I can! I hope that you forgive me for being so late in my visits and responses. I am going to cut down my posts to about 3-4 a week until my crazy schedule dies down. I just want to say thank you all for reading and coming back to visit and leaving your comments and writing me emails, they all make my day!

And since there won't be a post tomorrow, maybe you could check out my latest posts on Elizabeth Anne Designs Living!

Click here to follow me on twitter and here to add me on facebook! If you love our photography, please also fan us on facebook! Kisses!

Aug 11, 2009

Currently loving: Transitioning to fall

I'm already starting to think about transitioning to fall so here are the things I'm planning for my fall wardrobe.

Pairing black blazers with summery patterned dresses and black tights like this outfit from Thread Social.

Fall shoes, especially these gray slouchy boots by Stella McCartney and perfect black booties by Christian Louboutin. Both at Net-a-Porter.

For a more affordable option, I found these adorable gray booties from Report and just ordered them. I'll let you know how they turn out!


And lastly, I can not wait to start wearing and buying cozy cardigans again. Cardigans have to be my most favorite piece of clothing ever, I have no clue how I'd live without them! This Theory cardigan is just perfect in every way.


I know, I know, we wait all year for summer to come in Seattle but now that it's here, I'm ready for fall!

Sponsor Spotlight!

You might know Emily through her blog, Modestly Chic where she shows you how to be fashionable and not sacrifice your modesty. Emily is also a photographer and started Through My Eyes Photography recently. When Emily first approached me about an ad, she wasn't sure I'd want to advertise for another photographer but I was more than happy to. I believe as women and photographers, we should all help and support each other as we are all just wanting to do something that we love. That is definitely something that I know about and am happy to do what I can to help.

From Emily:
“The desire to have beautiful images for Emily’s fashion blog led her to the true passion in her life, photography. Through her eyes, you may see a beautiful world, a romantic world, a sad world, or a joyful world. Emily hopes that through her eyes, she can also capture a piece of your world. Through My Eyes Photography is currently serving Las Vegas, St. George and Southern California area. She’s specializing in baby, children, couples, and family portraits, and she’s also looking for weddings to shoot.”

You can also buy Emily's fine art prints on her website and she is offering my readers a 20% discount, just enter "B9D89161". The code is valid until this the end of August. Or if you book a photo session with her she is offering a complimentary 16x24 print (valued at $80) if you book with her before the end of August.

Please make sure to check out Through My Eyes Photography to see her beautiful images!

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