Spring has sprung and I am excited. This is my third spring look of the season. The first spring dresses I showed you all were from my lovely day trip to Ronda, Spain. However for this shoot, I stayed right where I live … which is Granada, Spain. Sometimes I feel like I need to pinch myself. How on earth did I get so lucky to live in Granada, Spain?
Last Saturday, I met up with Katarzyna, a lovely photographer from Poland. She was traveling through Granada to visit her best friend, a Polish girl who’s engaged to a Spanish guy who lives here in Granada. I love stories of couples from different cultures. However the way I found her was very by-chance. You know how Instagram has those ads? Half the time I just keep scrolling. However she made one several months ago that caught my attention. She put that she would be in Granada for a week and wanted to shoot engagement photos for a couple or two in Granada. She works in Poland as a wedding photographer and wants to be a destination wedding photographer. So I figured while I’m not in need of engagement photos, I’m always doing outfit shoots for the blog. So we connected and agreed to do a shoot. I was excited.
We met up in the center of the city and shot a few photos in different plazas and in front of fountains. Spain is never lacking for beautiful spaces. Then we ventured to Parque Federico Garcia Lorca, which is this beautiful park in Granada. It was simply amazing.
I love it when I just click with a photographer and we have fun shooting photos. That was exactly how this session went. I also find that if I’m having fun and and am feeling more comfortable, I feel better about myself in the photos. Any of you fashion bloggers feel that way? Like there are some photoshoots where I just look awkward … probably because I was feeling awkward that day.
Thank you so much to Katarzyna Pyrchała Fotografia. If anyone is ever in Poland and needs an amazing photographer, keep her in mind. This has been of my favorite photo sessions. She does amazing work!
The dress and jacket are from Aerostato, a cute little boutique in Ronda, Spain.
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