Sunday, January 24, 2010

Vogue Commonwealth Ave; "Frat House Shenanigans"

A couple days ago I decided to celebrate my first Thursday night of the new semester at my favorite frat house to chill with our newest blog contributor Miss Stephanie Norris and with some of the frat brothers. This frat house is one of those old fashioned, Bostonian mansions complete with high ceilings, crown molding, dark wood floors, and a spiral staircase. My goal is to eventually find a secret passageway in the house... its just one of those places that HAS to have one somewhere... Or at least a trap door. It has a very classy atmosphere if you ignore the little things like what I found in the cabinet when I was snooping in the bathroom.

Luckily, Miss Stephanie Norris brought her camera and we were able to have an impromptu editorial photoshoot for the blog in this unique setting. Please take note of what Miss Stephanie likes to call the sporadic "fraternity ambiance" hidden throughout the pictures...
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I love how that picture frame in the background of the last one is so crooked. Pshh frat boys.






So I grabbed the only book sitting on the desk and decided to use it as a prop. It ended up being the Holy Bible. Go figure. High fashion loves controversy, so I went with it

Those frat brothers need to learn to pick up those soda cans they leave lying around...

This next picture isn't anything special. I just wanted to point out the kid's head in the bottom left corner...once again this was a very public shoot.


This editorial is dedicated to the Pelgi brothers. Yup, both of them.

4 comments:

Grant Thomas said...

ha love! so random :)

Stephanie said...

Yay frat house ambiance!! I love love LOVE the bible ones, those are by far my favorites. These came out well despite my amateur photography skills :)

p.s. "Yup, both of them." literally laughed out loud. Too funny.

<3 Steph

Naddy Sane said...

Fabulous darlin' , i found this post brilliantly entertaining :)

nad xx

http://naddysfashionaspirin.blogspot.com

Lp. said...

Hey, thank you!
the pictures you made there are amazing!