Moto Print on Melrose


Last weekend marked my first time on Melrose Avenue and it was such a trip! I met my friend Brittany for coffee at Alfred’s Coffee which is maybe the hippest coffee place in the world.  We saw no less than 8 Taylor Swifts and 3 Adam Levines. Afterward, we walked up and down the famous street admiring the posh shops and trying to act like we had swagger.  She snapped these pics of me for a ‘Work it Bloggers’ feature she did on her blog earlier this week <– check it out and then come back.


We got to talking about how photographing someone from below can make your thighs look bigger, but I maintain it makes the subject look taller i.e. leaner.  What do you guys think of shooting someone (or having your lovely photos taken) from below?

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This moto print blouse is from Bonmot, a San Francisco-based retailer that makes the timeless tops in unexpected prints. The silk is so soft and I just love the cool motorcycles and tulip hem. It’s not maternity, but totally works (for now)!


Photos by Brittany Curran 

Wearing: Bonmot shirt sold out (new summer print here!Old Navy maternity shorts (sold out, similar pair here & non-maternity ones here)/ Steve Madden ankle strap sandals (also love these gladiator sandals & these platforms for spring/summer) Tory Burch bag (similar bag under $50)

Have a great weekend!

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  • honestly, b.

    What a cute look and sounds like a fun day! Great feature—I always love Q&As where I get to learn more about those I follow 🙂 I have heard the same thing about photographing from below, but I agree with you it can make the subject look taller and leaner. My husband often shoots at a slightly upward angle when photographing me for the blog!

  • Brittany (@workitberk)

    Thanks for sharing. I can’t believe you haven’t been on Melrose before.