So when my husband and I pulled up to the wall, we were lucky that there was only one party in front of us, which turned out to be a very sullen eight year old and her mom. The eight year old was posing in a way that seemed a little seductive for her young age, but who am I to judge? After that, we were next and I threw the camera at my husband because people were pulling up left and right clad in red and hearts by the truckload. After a few shots, I noticed that there was the most adorable Corgi waiting for his picture! Because of my love of dogs and especially Corgis, I let him go ahead of me because that's what Queen Elizabeth would have done!
The most endearing part of the experience was that after we were finished taking our photos, a couple came along and my husband asked them if they wanted their picture taken. They said, "that would be great because you look like a professional!" I think this impression was formed on the basis of our camera (we were the only ones there with a DSLR) and that my husband was asking them questions like "do you want it portrait or landscape?" I told my husband that I was so proud of him because he's made it to the ranks of professional photographer, but I am also so proud of him and grateful for him because he's willing to put up with taking all my photos, even those in obscure (and extremely busy!) locations like this one. He's quite the catch!
Shirt: Zara here, similar hear styles here and here
Pants: J. Crew similar here, here
Bag: Gucci similar here
Shoes: Christian Louboutin "simple" pumps similar here
Sunglasses: Celine similar here and here