Boudoir beauty

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Herfst betekend lekker lange in bed liggen, regendruppels die tegen de ramen tikken en prachtig gekleurde bladeren. Deze heerlijke boudoir beelden nemen ons mee in de dromerige wereld van zacht kant, romantiek en herfst kleuren. Deze eye candy is vastgelegd door Petra Veikkola tijdens de Pearl & Godiva’s Beauteous workshop in Ierland. Pure schoonheid, boudoir fotografie waar wij gelukkig van worden!

“Come away o human child!

To the waters and the wild

With a faery, hand in hand. 

For the world more full of weeping 

than you can understand.”

~ W.B. Yeats, “The Stolen Child”

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I attended Pearl & Godiva’s Beauteous workshop in Ireland during 2014. The inspiration behind this styled shoot came from a tale (Yeats’ poem above) where a woodland faery persuaded her lover to come into her wild world and leave the human world. The styling of the shoot was delicate and as we were shooting in Autumn there were lots of leaves and autumn colors used. Leaves of course were perfect for that woodland theme. It was raining outside but there were rays of sun peaking through the windows once in awhile. It was pretty magical light. One could almost feel the longing and sadness of that “forest faery”. Everything was delicate and all fine details were carefully thought beforehand.
Production, Creative Direction & Styling: Pearl & Godiva | Main photographer: Erich McVey | Hair Stylist and Make Up Artist: Lora Kelley | Gowns: Bespoke Tulle and Lace Creation for Pearl & Godiva by Emily Riggs | Jewellery: Kristin Hayes Jewelry | Stationery: Stephanie Fishwick | Florals: Sara Winward of Honey Of A Thousand Flowers | Model: Caoimhe at Distinct Model Management | Shot on Location at Lisnavagh House and Gardens Ireland
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