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  • Writer's pictureTyronecia Moore

Updated: Apr 15, 2020

Nothing like having a fashion shoot at the laundry mat with a family audience watching. This laundry mat is kinda cool because of the mirrors along the right wall and the classic Pac-Man arcade machine in the back. Unfortunately, when we got there, the machine was either unplugged or turned off. But it's all good. I tried out some fun techniques like shooting through foggy, wet glass and playing around with flash. Check out the full shoot below.

This shoot was real fun to style since most laundry mats in Baton Rouge have a dated aesthetic. A modern 90's vibe was the mood. We went for very vibrant, high contrast pieces that would pair well with all of the shades of green on the interior like the green floors and lime green washer displays.

Neon Green Sheer Graphic Top: America's Thrift

Highlighter Yellow Sports Bra: Old Navy

White belt with gold wishbone clasp: Our Hope Thrift

Bright orange bike shorts, jewelry + white Chuck Taylor's: Chloe's own

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  • Writer's pictureTyronecia Moore

Updated: Apr 15, 2020

Last month, I had the amazing opportunity of working with Taylor Hunter on a romantic, style shoot. My main goal in the collaboration was to help Taylor see a concept from idea to completion. And in the end what was created was a rich + colorful, ethereal dream filled with ruffles galore.

It was pretty tough looking for vibrant, romantic gowns in Baton Rouge, but in the final hour I was able to find two absolutely stunning vintage gowns in our local thrift stores.

Voluminous Rose Pink Gown: Our Hope Family Thrift on Goodwood

Sultry + Sheer Ruby Red Gown: The Purple Cow on Perkins

Most accessories are either from my closet, thrifted, estate sale vintage or purchased rather inexpensively. A forever testament that money does not necessarily equate to style.

I’m so happy to have worked with such an incredible team. What we were able to execute was nothing shy of amazing and the best part is that we laughed our asses off while doing it!

Photography + Creative Direction: Taylor Hunter

MUA: Poco

I'm always looking to collaborate with other creative business women! If you have ideas you'd like to bring to life, feel free to contact me. Can't wait to make some magic!

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  • Writer's pictureTyronecia Moore

Updated: Apr 15, 2020

What a time this was! I met the magnetic Poco at a local music show put on by Seaux LA and was shooting him the very next night!

I knew when he walked into the venue that I had get him in front of the camera. Not only was he GODDAMN GORGEOUS, but he had a grace and a presence. A presence that just fills a room. Take a look for yourself and you'll see what I mean.

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