Right before Halloween, I received a phone call from the folks at the I’m a Mormon campaign saying they were going to be flying out to Seattle to film me for two days for a day-in-the-life feature for the I’m a Mormon campaign. (!!!) It was a totally exhilarating experience and we talking in depth about the four pinnacles of my life: faith, fashion, flamenco, and feminism.
For the shoot, I needed to find a new client so I put out an invitation on Facebook and was serendipitously connected with the fabulous Ellen Rowan, social media marketer for Rivet & Sway. We went to her home to meet her and work with her in person and it couldn’t have been a more perfect fit! A true artist, Ellen’s wardrobe was full of whimsical clothes that expressed her free-spirited personality and personal values. We were fast friends, bonding over our mutual love of funky frames and cats, and in the short time we had together, we whipped up three delicious new outfits from her closet.
Ellen loved seeing her closet through new eyes and was delighted with the new combinations. The last outfit involved styling a skirt as a tunic shirt and layering a corduroy jacket overtop with jeans and edgy, hot mama motorcycle boots.
I feel tremendously blessed to have had this opportunity to share my story and experiences for the campaign. Truly, I can’t wait to see the finished product and share it with you!