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Style | Lost #2

Psynopsis Fashion Shoot Harriet in Snow
Psynopsis Fashion Shoot Harriet in Snow Vintage Lace Dress and Leather Skirt
Psynopsis Fashion Shoot Harriet in Snow Vintage Lace Dress Leather Skirt Jil Sander Shoes
Did I say something like 'one night'? I must have been kidding myself. Putting all photos back into the blog turns out a much bigger task than anticipated (and many pictures seem mysteriously vanished; screw you, terrible photo organisation!). And while I'm firmly glued to the screen, virtually moving through time (which has its surprising memory moments), winter has turned to spring… High time to share the 2nd installment of the Lost Brides series – before we all forget how cold actually feels. ♥ ♥ ♥

Big Thanks to Harriet for modelling and risking losing her limbs to frost bite.

lace dress: vintage, belt: diy/knitted, suede skirt: vintage, shoes: jil sander

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17 comments:

WeShop said...

Oh gosh, Sabine, what a mammoth task to replace everything. I don't envy you. But these pics are the most beautiful I have seen in a long time - so every cloud and all that! xx

Dancing Branflake said...

What year was this? This is incredible! How you captured the white is absolutely nothing short of sheer talent and genius. And the styling? The use of a vintage case while wandering in the snowy fields of England? Like a storybook in real life!

SabinePsynopsis said...

Sorry Tiffany, I fear my writing was confusing (again). Thank you for your lovely words! This shot we did only a few weeks ago - hard to believe, but we did have snow in January.

sacramento said...

You are getting better and better with every pic, ahhhhhhhhhhhh speachless.
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The Foolish Aesthete said...

Love this story in the snow (and I feel for your friend's lovely limbs)! I am so sorry to hear about you losing your photos. That is my biggest fear -- that my entire photo library will get wiped out by some vicious computer virus. Anyway, these photos you've dug up are captivating! xxx

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

Wow these photos are incredible, Sabine! We've hardly had any snow here this year which makes me secretly wish for a winter wonderland like this. Oh and what a trouper Harriet is to traipse through that snow in those shoes and without a coat! Bravo girl. :) xoxo

Fashion Tales.... said...

These are amazing shots, our snow dissipated quite early. I love your progression in these styling series. Enjoy your week dear.-xx

Vix said...

That must have been a complete nightmare to replace all those pictures, I'm terrified to mess with my blog.
Those pictures are wonderful with that opulent old gold skirt against the snowy background. Harriet's a fabulous model. x

Kazuko said...

awesome! and this was only in jan? sometimes i wish i could beam myself home just for a day, or for the moment. i know these amounts of snow only from my childhood. your model is a pretty tough cookie! :)

Maddy said...

These are gorgeous, Sabine! Absolutely stunning! sorry about losing your pictures. I would DIE if that happened to me :o/

Mat said...

that does look so cold! oh gees i know what you mean, my photos are all out or order too, and that's not like me

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Jazzy E (Hivenn) said...

Really stunning. x hivenn

Rebecca said...

Surprised you can't see her goosepimples! She looks fantastic, and the photography is beautiful

WendyB said...

Beautiful pix!

I had to go through a lot of personal pictures lately while searching for something and was amused by the consistency of my lipstick throughout the years.

drollgirl said...

oooooooooooooh, burrrrrr, i am feeling the chill! these photos are amazing. and that woman must be dying from the cold. oh the things we do for fashion! and for photos. :)

Cindy Whitehead said...

These shots are just so beautiful. I am glad Harriet risked losing her limbs to frost bite for you as the results were well worth it!!