photoshoot with @daveholdhamphotography + being published

I have shot with Dave Holdham Photography since I first started modelling at 14. It has been great shooting with Dave over time and seeing our first images together to the most recent one. Our latest shoot was super productive and took place at Cardiff Bay in South Wales. See what I wore and where we went.

The first look was my pink striped Ralph Lauren blouse with my brown coat from TKMAXX, which honestly I get so many compliments on. It's thick, fury and just super comfy, not to mention warm which was definitely needed as it wasn't the warmest of mornings. I paired it with my brown Kurt Geiger boots, a brown pom-pom hat from Primark which I got for £1 (bargain!) and a pair of super stretch skinny high waisted jeans from New Look. These images took place in front of the large metal water sculpture they have at the centre of the Bay.

The second look was more neutral and girly. I wore my nude heels also from Kurt Geiger, jeans, a brown turtle neck top and a nude checked jacket from ISawItFirst for £12. We took some images on the steps and some under the bridge. I had a massive suitcase, which I normally take on a two week holiday, it had all of my stuff and I was changing my shoes and jackets under jackets a this point. The modelling life isn't as glamorous as people think.

The third look took place amongst these super cool glass pieces. I was wearing more of a in your face outfit. Knee high red boots, which I originally bought to wear when I went to New York for fashion week but didn't get round to wearing. A red and nude striped sequin jacked from no other than H&M and a black cropped top.

The last look was more grungy where I wore black leather trousers, a black cropped top, black heeled booties which I bought from New Look for £5 a few years ago. BARGAIN! I also wore an off-white coloured faux fur jacket from ISawItFirst bought in my coat haul in January 2020.

After these sets we were all a little tired and by this time had been shooting all morning so we stopped in the church café at the end of the Bay for a hot drink and chat. The shoot was so much fun and the images that we got from it were incredible, as always. I always love shooting with Dave and I am looking forward to coming up with some new ideas for upcoming future shoots. A few days later after images going on online we had the opportunity to be published in Photoshoot Magazine. How exciting!

See you tomorrow x

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