Blogger Diary: My Week in Photos

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The highlight of my work week? See here.

Taking pictures and styling clothes, my thirst for creativity and inspiration was well satiated that day. The euphoria of childlike happiness tightened my cheeks and pulled the corners of my mouth up into a googely grin that never left my face. Shooting and collaborating with these beautiful & talented bloggers was something of an out of body experience – one where you pinch yourself… hard. Myself six months ago, the girl who liked to dink around with the camera gifted by her parents (one of the best gifts I’ve ever received btw), would never have thought I’d be doing this. I’ve always enjoyed photography as a side thing – especially the portrait and fashion genres, but I sort of stumbled into getting to do it on the regular for work. Free People has opened doors to explore my hobby in ways I’d never imagined.

I love being at work & I love what I do, but outside of the office I’ve been pretty busy too. I’m always sure to fill my weekends with adventures:  brunching, city jaunts, record sorting, flea markets, nights out with friends, and of course, shopping. It keeps me moving and it keeps me inspired. Life has been a whirlwind of fun and love.

I’ve snapped some photos along the way to document…

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Last 4 photos: The Ramsey Oxfords in Maroon, Galileo Gilded Necklace, Denim Cutoff Shorts (<3 these so much), and the FP Cropped Biker Jacket

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My roommate and I finally got out the power tools and hung up some art!

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We wore ourselves out!

Oh, and here’s my week’s playlist. Enjoy!

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Comments

Anonymous -December 19, 2011, 5:10PM

that looks like a great bloody mary!! where is it from???

fp naomi -December 20, 2011, 8:02AM

It was a great bloody mary! It’s from brunch at Silk City in Philadelphia. I highly suggest going there and trying it if you ever get the chance.

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