Straw-Haired Girl

Straw-Haired Girl - Jackietara blog
Straw-Haired Girl - Jackietara blog

Every adult dreams of being able to dress up like a whimsical character from a great movie, book, or musical, just as we innocently did in our backyards as kids.  Well I don’t know if everyone does, but I sure do, and I was able to fulfill my child-like fantasy on a trying-oh-so-hard-to-be sunny day in May.  My friend and photographer, Traci Medlock of Traci J. Brooks Photography, had a vision of recreating the Wizard of Oz story with her friends portraying the characters.  I was “cast” to be the Scarecrow and couldn’t have been more excited.

The talent of Suzanne Minskey of Faces by SAM completely transformed my everyday look into the face of the Scarecrow.  I was literally shocked when I looked in the mirror and it made playing the part all the more fun!  This was a “use what you have in your inventory” type of shoot, so I brought my most neutral plaid shirt, conjured my memories of the brave and genuine Scarecrow, and ran with it.  With straw in my hair, we spent a magical day recreating the timeless story of friends on a journey together.  The sky spit on us all afternoon at Algonkian Regional Park, but Traci was able to take some gorgeous shots before the rain!

Outfit details: plaid button-down: Hollister similar // jean shorts: American Eagle similar // boho floppy hat: Anthropologie similar // cognac short leather boots: Frye similar

Photos by Traci J. Brooks Photography

Straw-Haired Girl - Jackietara blog
Straw-Haired Girl - Jackietara blog
Straw-Haired Girl - Jackietara blog
Straw-Haired Girl - Jackietara blog Straw-Haired Girl - Jackietara blog

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