For my final photoshoot, I used my nans garden and greenhouse as the location as I wanted it to feel like I was part of the garden. Having already done some research into garden-based fashion shoots, I copied some of the poses, and from my research into Tim Walker, I copied the composition of one of his photographs.
In one of the photo’s, I posed with a bag of what was left of my scraps to show how I was carrying around the waste produced by my clothes.
I’m really pleased with how all of the photos turned out, I think they look professional and like they could be used in a product catalogue or a fashion editorial shoot.
I tried to keep the make-up look natural in keeping with my surroundings, leaving my hair to air-dry to give it an untamed natural feel.
I also planted up my toile with a different design of circles to show the scope you have with growing your own pattern. This one was a lot lighter to wear than my main top and feels more for everyday wear.