Greetings from Salton Sea!

I hope you enjoyed my snapshots from our visit to the Salton Sea. Shooting Americana is one of my biggest passions, and I look forward to continuing to share the images that I capture with you in the future. But for right now, how about a look at what I wore for our outing! I wanted to go for an outfit that was practical for shooting in such an environment, while also something that looked like an outfit a gal out for a vacation along the shores might have worn. So I opted for my one and only romper (something I hope to change!) and a pair of Minnetonkas.

We shot these outside of the North Shore Yacht Club, which was designed by one of Patrick’s favorite architects, Albert Frey. Stay tuned for a guest post by Patrick about the club!

Outfit
Romper: Buffalo Exchange, Fullerton, California
Mocs: Minnetonka
Purse: Found by my dad

9 thoughts on “Greetings from Salton Sea!

  1. Eee! Janey, you are just TOO cute. I love the look you’ve put together here, the pops of red are perfect to go with your moccasins, and the polka dot details on the romper are adorable. I thought your pictures of the abandoned bits of the Salton Sea area were really neat, and these pictures are a great companion because they have more of that heyday feel to them.

  2. I really don’t think it would be possible for you to look any cuter!!! Oh my gosh, what a fabulously darling warm weather outfit! That classic shade of chambray is amazing on you and really compliments your hair, much like red itself (here and in general) does. You’re the picture of beach fashion loveliness, dear gal!

    ♥ Jessica

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