Thursday, July 3, 2014


{Dress}Yoana Baraschi(c/o), {Shoes}Shoemint, {Earrings}Asos

This past fall I had the opportunity to visit the beautiful and inspiring showroom of Yoana Baraschi.  Her collections are full of amazing fabrics, architectural silhouettes and exquisite color.  When I first laid eyes on this white confection I fell in love with it and it has been on repeat this spring and summer. 

Photography by Jamie Alsabrook

Location: Gilcrease Museum

Friday, May 16, 2014


Photos by Trever Hoehne, Styling by Haley Roemen, Hair and Make-Up by Francesca Giaimo, Props by Stacy Suvino

It is always so much fun and so inspiring to collaborate with Darling Magazine.  This time around I painted a standard bullhorn with a colorful palette of stripes.  It's amazing what a little color can do to enhance something!  Happy Friday and may it be a day of unexpected adventure!

Thursday, May 1, 2014


There is something truly beautiful about discovering a place that has been left behind.  Though they are no longer inhabited, the foundation, history and architecture remains with a story to tell.

{Skirt}Asos, {Crop Top}Forever 21, {Shoes}Isabel Toledo for Payless(so amazing right!), {Vintage Necklace}New York City Garage Flea Market, {Telephone Cord Clutch}Incogneeto

Photos by Jamie Alsabrook

Thursday, March 27, 2014


{ABOVE} An amazing composite photo of me in various stages of styling! Photo by Jeremy Charles.  Wearing a vintage sequin top from Cheap Thrills Vintage.
{ABOVE} I wanted to bring in layers that evoked richness, depth and glamour.

{ABOVE} After a couple hours, these taper candles began to accumulate layers of dripped wax to create a rather Gothic look.
{ABOVE} In order to continue the rich and romantic look of the set, I brought in beautiful roses and hydrangea, all in white.  The flower arrangements were created by a talented floral designer at Talmadge Powell Creative.

{ABOVE} The creative team that made it all happen.

Props courtesy of Tulsa Violin Shop, Dale Gillman Antiques, I-44 Antique Mall, Miss Jackson's, River City Antiques and The Antiquary.

Location: Fly Loft

Special thanks to the Tulsa Symphony and Todd Cunningham

Thursday, February 27, 2014


{Dress}Leifsdottir via Anthropologie, {Shoes}Ann Taylor, {Rings}Catbird

"If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision wherever it takes him". -John F. Kennedy

Photos by Jamie Alsabrook

Special thanks to Bryce and Sunshine Hill and the rest of the team at Tulsa Little Theater!

Thursday, February 20, 2014


{Skirt and Top}via Cheap Thrills Vintage, {Heels}Ann Taylor, {Eye Wear}Thom Browne via Black Optical

As a set decorator, I am on a continuous journey to discover things that both inspire and move me.  As I have shared before, the Tall Grass Prairie in Pawhuska, Oklahoma is a place I return to time and time again.  I have now been there to behold the beauty of each season and I have come to the conclusion that the winter season is my favorite there.  With fields of gold that welcome the warmth of the sun and seem to dance in the wind it is a truly spectacular sight to behold.  Perhaps it is enhanced by winter's light and austerity.  It is a place where I feel a spiritual connection, experience inner peace and I leave with a renewed spirit.
On this day, the visual masterpiece of  the film "Days of Heaven" is re-imagined.  So come along on this magical, cinematic and poetic journey.

Photos by Jamie Alsabrook
Set Decorating by Stacy Suvino
Props courtesy of Bix Antiques

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