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Hello everyone!
Oh my goodness, I am so excited about how these photos turned out! I'm wearing the new red dress I thrifted for two dollars last week, and I knew that I wanted an extra special place to take pictures in it. So, I probed my dad for some interesting places to shoot at, and he suggested we go to a near by town to an abandoned railroad depot. My goodness, I was in total love! I felt so inspired and had this incredible feeling while taking these pictures. The atmosphere. My outfit. Everything came together so perfectly!

I even got a little surprise when a real train came rolling by on the tracks! My goodness, I had not idea how truly large, fast and loud trains actually are...

Hope you all are doing just lovely!
With much love, Lauren.
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L. said...

You look so beautiful in red Lauren! You know I think you're fantastic :)
<3, L.
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Marie @ Lemondrop Vintage said...

Lovely! The last shot is fabulous!

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B. Outlandish said...

Stunningly beautiful.

Jennyboo said...

I can't believe you thrifted that dress for only three dollars! It is lovely in every way (the color and cut are so wonderful.) Yes, these pictures turned out so beautiful. Your head piece really completes the whole look. xoxo

Miranda said...

I LOVE these pictures! And the outfit is perfect - because of the look and the price :)

Sara said...

you look so adorable! the dress fits you perfectly :)
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Shady Del Knight said...

You're certainly on the right track, Lauren (if you'll pardon the pun). Trains, train stations and tracks are evocative, nostalgic props and you look stunning at that railway depot in your red dress, matching lips, white gloves and bag and black hat and belt. Picture #5 in which you are looking up the tracks is my favorite composition but they're all great!

Quirky Classic said...

you really are very good at looking for thrifted items! :D amazing! I wish I had that dress too :) very nice color and cut. It fits you well too. Nice background by the way, it fits with the mood and theme you're going for :)

Em [The Writer] said...

The train must have been awfully scary! What a beautiful place to take photos though. Can't wait to see more of these in the future!

Francesca said...

this is so chic! x

Mila said...

This is absolutely amazing and gorgeous! These photos look professional, like in a magazine. You wore the perfect outfit to go with the scenery...wow. These are probably my favorite photos you've ever done! (I know I say that a lot, but you just get better and better!!!:))

xoxo

Una said...

such a lovely outfit !
xx

Rachel said...

very adorable! im jealous of that find!! 2 dollars! thats awesome!

Feeona said...

This dress looks even better on then it did on the coat hanger! Amazing! Still can not believe you found it for 2 dollars- possibly one of the best thrift finds of the decade (-:

thewuzer said...

Hi Lauren!! This is Christine from...a very long time ago haha. I think I commented in August? We talked about how we both live in Ohio (well, for me, going to school here). I'm still following your blog through Google Reader, but I wanted to comment to let you know how much I love these pictures!! Such a cute outfit, and such a great location to match the vintage theme! Glad that you had the chance to take a break from studying and school to have a fun photoshoot :)

awishisarainbow said...

Wow, lovely lovely photos! That dress is beautiful :)
Thank you for your comment on my blog :)

CaptMO/ DJ ABO said...

OMG I am so in love with these pics!!!! Your dress is spectacular, it reminds of when my wife and I would role play being in a 30's era mystery movie! :-)

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Roach said...

I LOVE these pictures! And the outfit is perfect - because of the look and the price :)

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