Chunky Heel Mules

Learning how to use a new camera is SUCH a b*#%&. 

I’ve by no means mastered the DSLR, but I think since I’ve moved to Miami that Christian and I get by pretty OK. So when I picked up this Canon G5X, to have something more compact for instagram photos // travel…maybe even a video or two, I figured that using it would come easily.

No Mam.

I don’t know what it is about this little bugger, but it feels like we are starting over from scratch. And the photoshoot bickering matches are back in full effect which I hate. Any of you other bloggers out there who shoot with a significant other know exactly what I’m referring to. Don’t get me wrong when we get it right, I love the images and I am completely reminded of why I chose this camera to begin with. I just wish the learning curve wasn’t quite so steep. Hopefully practice makes perfect 😉

Onto the outfit. I wore this for dinner at Jack’s in Wynwood (the food was slightly underwhelming, the ambiance was on point…I’d probably go back again and just order something different). I have been hesitant to commit to the 90s chunky heel mule trend, but this pair was pretty inexpensive so it felt like a safe investment if I wasn’t in love. I definitely dig the vibe, but forgot that I would be basically wearing heels all day. I’m also loving this tied up tee – super easy to dress up with a statement necklace or down with a pair of denim cutoffs. I picked up this suede moto jacket during my trip to NYC, and I love how expensive it looks // feels, even though it was only $229.

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THE FIFTH tied up tee (love it in white) | AEO jeans (similar) | CALL IT SPRING mules | BEBE suede moto jacket | BAUBLEBAR necklace | CELINE sunglasses | BY TERRY lip color

  • February 27, 2017 - 2:28 pm

    Sam - Love this look and totally get it about photoshoots. I’m finally teaching myself to shoot in manual, but to translate that to my husband has been…challenging lol. These photos came out great, so hopefully it’s just a learning curve!

    xx
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