Tuxedo Dress Photoshoot

One of my favorite Gloomth photoshoots was the one launching our “Tuxedo” dress. Not only is that dress terribly cute, but it was one of those times where a whole lot of things (that didn’t seem to be working) came together to make beautiful art! It was about this time of year so there weren’t leaves on the trees yet but the sun was determined to shine (and melt cold things).


The dress did not have the ruffle hem done yet but we decided since the weather was good to shoot it anyway and do updated photos afterwards. We picked up our model Kuroihitomi and then decided the theme should be ICED CREAM!


Yes, that’s real iced cream in the photos. Yes, it was melting. Yes, it got everywhere. Poor Kuroihitomi had to try and manage the slowly liquifying snack while keeping her makeup cute and keeping the goop off of the dress. She did a really good job!!!!


We shot walking around a local park, but probably spent more time laughing about the iced cream and the strangers who felt the need to come up and ask us what we were doing (which *always* happens whenever we shoot in public areas).


It’s great when things just magically come together! These are some of my favorite photos from the shoot. 🙂

You can see the rest here in our flickr!


About gloomth

Gloomth is a love letter to the misfits of the misfits. Our blog covers strange lifestyle inspiration, diy ideas, our clothing label photoshoots, and more. Written by Gloomth designer Taeden Hall.
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