How to Style Overalls: A Fashion Photoshoot with J & D Photography

My partner and I from The Crystal Press had the opportunity to shoot with the amazing team at J & D Photography. This was my first professional photo shoot and to say I was nervous would be the understatement of the century.

I’m talking drink-copious-amounts-of-champagne-before-I-get-in-front-of-the-camera-nervous.

I quickly realized once I got on site that I didn’t even need to pop open my bottle of Veuve Clicquot because of how easy it is to work with and to be around Jada & David Parrish from J & D Photography. One of my favorite parts about my experience with them was the insightful direction they offered throughout the entire shoot. David and Jada know their stuff and to be honest, I felt like a movie star.

What more can you ask out of a photographer for a special occasion than to feel like a movie star and recieve mind-blowing photographs as a result of it?

I can’t stress enough that David & Jada are a blast to work with, extremely talented (as you can see in the pictures below), and truly know how to elicit your best for an array of incredible photographs. If you like what you see, mosey on over to to see all of the amazing things these two have done! Jada and David do a wide range of photography from destination weddings to boudoir shoots. If you have an itch to do a photo shoot or are getting hitched anytime soon, what are you waiting for? I highly recommend you contact Jada and David for an unforgettable experience.

PS How awesome are these overalls? No, the aren’t OshKosh B’gosh. Outfit details are below and stay tuned for my next outfit post with pictures from J & D Photography!

Posted while listening to Retrograde by James Blake.

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jd 10 Sheer Navy Top with Bell Sleeves: old (similar here); Crop Top (underneath): Free People; Overalls: Free People; Layered Coin Necklace: Forever 21; Rings: Cartier Love Ring & David Yurman Cable Ring (similar here); Sunnies: Forever 21;  Bucket BagLouis Vuitton “Petit Noe” in monogram canvas;  Fuchsia Suede Stilletos: Manolo Blahnik (similar here)