A bunch-o-youz wanted to know more about the Marie Claire/Yoplait shoot & trip to NYC, so I'll drag the coverage out to one more day.
I don't want to overwhelm you with pictures of me pretending to be cool for much longer than that, though.
You might start getting the wrong idea.
Nonetheless, I like show and tell just as much as the next 5-year-old proud turtle owner, so here are some picalictures from my time in the big honey crisp....
What I learned from this experience:
1. If I ever had a job in fashion, I'd never stop working.
2. Being surrounded by people who care about what you do and don't judge you for it is liberating.
3. Stylists play dress-up. All day long. For money. It's really not fair.
(I'm sure there's more to it, but let's pretend there's not.)
4. Bad shoes can and will cause toe-numbness for up to/longer than 1.5 months
(both feet. Ruined. Both.)
5. I really love attention.
....Especially when it means I get to pretend that I'm famous.
6. Photoshoots are awkward.
...90s music helps, but the 15th repetition of the same 'sporadic' little skirt-swish-heel-pop is difficult to make natural.
I am not. a. model.
Oh shut up, Gab.
That puppy paw look is totally on point.
Sick of pics yet?
What did you guys think of the different looks? Do you think they picked the right ones? (refresher here)