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First Weeks at Missy Empire

So I recently started as the Fashion Stylist and Social Media Executive for Missy Empire, I'm not going to lie it's hard work but still a lot of fun. I get the chance to be creative and work with fashion and that's just amazing to me!

As Fashion Stylist I style up photo shoots and flat outfits, I also go out with my boss looking for new designs in clothes, shoes and accessories to buy in. As Social Media Executive I am in charge of our social media and blog to make sure our name gets out there and is well represented. I obviously like the Fashion Styling side more but it is quite fun doing flash giveaways and watching as twitter, (or which ever social media platform it is) goes bonkers over something you've just created! 

Here's some images of shoots I've over the last few weeks.


This is my absolute favourite image to come out of our first shoot! We had the great opportunity to work with international model Amy Neville, who over the last week I believe has been casted for a part in the new ITV series The Royals. Such a lovely girl and great to work with, I'm sure we'll see a lot more of her.


 

The photographer on all our photo shoots is Roy Bridgewood, who runs Clickportraits, a lovely helpful guy and great on shoots.


Our make up artist Kat Horrocks was fab on this photo shoot as well, I would definitely recommend using her. You can find her on facebook here



Our photographer rather sneakily took this one of me balancing on my good leg trying to sort out the models jacket... normally I don't like photographs of myself but I actually like this :)


On to some of my random flat outfits. These are just made up at any point I fancy during the day to promote our products during the day, so far I've been getting great feedback from our customers and followers so it is going really well!



This one above was the day I also went out buying with my boss, it was such and exciting day! I picked the shirt in this image to be sold and I was allowed to bring in our very first range of bags all chosen by me! This one is one of our office favourites, all the girls are fighting over who's allowed to buy it, haha.

It's great I've only been there a few weeks and I feel like I've done so much already, so far I see it as definitely a good move for my career.

Let me know which of my outfits you'd wear... and for now I'll leave you with the behind the scenes video of our photo shoot... enjoy!



SJ
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  1. Stitching Styles8 August 2014 at 23:39

    Oh my god, this is so amazing, well jel! x

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  2. Fantastic, cool post must be really cool xxxx

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  3. thank you for your comments, having great fun :) x

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