Introducing my little bundle of joy (aka trouble) who has been my model recently, whilst I practice using my Canon EOS 60D DSLR camera.
I love photography, as you well know, but I particularly like capturing people and right now, this little lady is my muse! Here she is rockin’ her Rockin’ Baby outfits, which we both love.
She’s not the girliest of baby girls, although I do occasionally put her in pink, but when we saw this pink tutu, I couldn’t resist dressing her up. We teamed it with an awesome pink t-shirt with a parrot print, giving it a bit of an edge (we like to think). Rockin’ Baby do some great t-shirts with unusual prints and appliques – different from what you’d find in the everyday high-street shops (which, lets face it, we all get a bit bored of).
For our next location and outfit, we went from the sunny climate of Tuscany to the slightly less sunny Manchester (sigh!). We took our photo-shoot indoors as it was overcast outside but still warm enough for a Rockin’ Baby t-shirt. This one has a gorgeous floral and tea-cup print – so cute and I’ve just spotted it’s currently in the sale, so snap it up!
I think she’s a natural in front of the camera don’t you?
Do check out Rockin’ Baby for your little one – they do boys and girls clothes up to 10 years and also have a whole ‘baby-wearing’ section full of slings and carriers that are actually fashionable with lots of different prints (for mummy and daddy to enjoy).
The Rockin’ Baby ethos is You buy. We give. Which means when you buy their product, they help a mother and child in need somewhere else in the world. This is certainly an ethos I can get on board with! And it’s very reasonably priced, so take a look and support a great brand. (By the way, I’m not an ambassador, I genuinely like the clothes and what they stand for, so thought I’d share).
Who’s your photographic muse? And if you’re a parent, what’s your favourite kids clothing brands? (I’m always looking for new smaller brands to support).