We stepped it up a bit for this photoshoot, from properly planning concepts in terms of location, outfits and make up. The best part of this experience is being able to do it with a dear friend! For most of my photos, if it isn’t Mr P taking it, it will most likely and almost definitely be Stephen – Check him out on Instagram @stephensanjayy! The whole process is always enjoyable – from the editing he does, the efficiency in providing me with all the photos so quickly and the honest comments if my pose/legs/arm is awkward!
Out of all the looks on the day, this was the most classy and conservative one! Hence the choice in taking these shots at the Parliament House. Currently obsessing over these Zara Black wide leg trousers, although at first I was worried about how they would look on me. But hey, turned out to be pretty good. I paired the trousers with a structured Black strapless top from Bardot and to avoid the all black look, I decided to add a thin strapped belt that had a bit of gold detailing on the front. As an outerwear I went for a White structured blazer from Topshop. For the shoot, we decided to not actually have the blazer on but instead have it hanging off my shoulders which accentuates the strapless top I had on.
My go to heels with anything Black seems to always be my Christian Louboutin Pigalles as the red soles will always add colour to an already plain coloured outfit! However, I have noticed that when it comes to these wide leg trousers, It would be more ideal to go for more of a platform heel perhaps open toed as well!
Not sure about everyone but I have the tendency to always match the detailing of my outfit with the choice of shoes, jewellery or anything! I hate mixing gold detailing/hardware with silver – hence my choice in the classic Salvatore Ferragamo purse with gold detailing on the chain.