There is a particular blend of oranges which appear in many of Loupot’s finest works – this being one of them – which instantly emotes all things autumn. You can’t look at this background without seeing changing leaves, earlier sunsets, and a pleasantly crisp breeze in the air.
This past weekend was the Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party, and it was fabulous as ever! June 15th I wore one of my own designs. The style is inspired by tea dresses of the Edwardian era. I adore the femininity and softness of this silhouette. I combined a collection of vintage flowers, from Tinsel Trading and M&S Schmalberg, to adorn my hair. The look was meant to compliment our picnic setting. I collaborated with my dear friends, Michelle and Matthew, to create a table scape in shades of ivory and pastels. Macaroons were a must ;) Photo credits clockwise from top left: Laura Kimsey, Jeffrey Clark Grossman, Rose Callahan, @merchantofvice (via Instagram), Driely Schwartz