M Cit y a St m yl a e
if martha were a 20-something
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PLAN A PARTY
PLEASED TO MEET YOU A peek into the life of Emma's editor: a former reality TV personality, new Mama, and dessert addict.
Build your own photobooth for under twenty dollars.
How to wear leather in a completely feminine non-punk-rock-groupie way.
PHOTOBOOTH BACKDROP DIY
LOOK FEMME IN LEATHER
CREPE BAR A statement cake made entirely of crepes plus ideas for a mouthwatering topping station.
FULL TIME STYLE BLOGGER
EASY HAIR TUTORIAL
Chelsea Brown of Tea Talk dons pieces from her favorite home-town boutique.
Step-by-step for a braided bun.
ON THE COVER
EVERY ISSUE 04 Contributors 25 Recipe Classic
55 SCREEN PRINT WOOD DIY 02 EMMA
26 A MODERN "BÉBÉ" SHOWER
50 6-FIGURE ETSY SELLER
63 Behind the Scenes 55 DIY 60 Emma's Playlist 61 Printable
Natalie of Natty by Design picks her favorite before and after Craigslist restorations and gives pro advice on rehabing old pieces.
Easy, fresh soup recipes make great leftovers
OLD FURNITURE NEW LIFE
WEEKNIGHT MEAL PLAN
A wedding blogger'a favorite childhood recipe.
MATERNITY MUST-HAVES Stylist picks for 2013 maternity wear.
ETSY SELLER GOES PRO How one Etsy shop owner quit her day job to create heirloom handmades for a living.
EDITOR'S NOTE My husband and I married more than four years ago; the perfect end to a whirlwind year of wedding planning, MTV appearances and moving cross-country. Any married couple will tell you how quickly a wedding day flies. Ours was no different, but a few moments live fresh in our memories: my husband's pregnant pause following my emotional delivery of self-written vows and then simply saying, "ditto," the euphoria felt as we walked arm and arm down the aisle as husband and wife, and my grandparents, married more than 50 years, dancing to John Lennon's "Grow Old With Me." No marriage is perfect, but when one spans half a century, you wonder what the secret is. My grandfather pulled my groom aside that night and offered his marriage advice in two words: humor and patience. 2012 held extreme highs and lows for me. I gave birth to our first son in the spring, and as if heaven needed to restore balance, we lost my grandpa to an unexpected heart attack in the summer. I can't type those words without a knot in my stomach and tears in my eyes. Whether 2012 brought you huge triumphs or mountains that felt insourmountable, I wish you health and happiness in this new year. However, if it doesn't pan out quite like you hope, then I humbly suggest humor and patience to get you through. EMMAMAG.COM 03
SHELLY SAZDANOFF ASSOCIATE EDITOR
EDITOR IN CHIEF
MICHELLE HERRICK PHOTOGRAPHER
ALEJANDRA VIDAL PHOTOGRAPHER
MALLORY JARVIS STYLIST
NATALIE COX NATTY BY DESIGN
VANÉ BROUSSARD BROOKLYN BRIDE
LAUREN THORP UMBA BOX
JAMIE BARTLETT A PAIR OF PEARS
EVIE SHAFFER ILLUSTRATOR
JESSICA HELGESON PUBLIC RELATIONS EMMAMAG.COM 05
STYLIST AND EXPECTING MAMA, ALEXANDRA EVJEN PICKS HER FAVORITE MATERNITY PIECES TO GET YOU THROUGH THE WINTER.
1. STRIPE DRESS, ASOS $53 2. HEART TROUSER, NORDSTROM $76 3. DOT PULLOVER, GAP $20 (SALE) 4. NUDE PANEL SKINNIES, GAP $80 5. FLORAL TEE, TOPSHOP $36 6. STRIPE TUNIC, NORDSTROM $118 EMMAMAG.COM 07
PART HAIR DOWN THE MIDDLE. FRENCH BRAID BOTH SIDES.
ANGLE BRAIDS IN TOWARD THE NAPE OF THE NECK.
WRAP BRAIDS AROUND EACH OTHER.
SECURE WITH BOBBY PINS AND HAIRSPRAY.
HAIR AND MAKEUP BY HEATHER WILSON. PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEJANDRA VIDAL OF IMAGINALE DESIGN.
ONE JACKET THREE LOOKS
STYLIST MALLORY JARVIS GIVES A TRADITIONALLY EDGY PIECE A DISTINCTLY FEMININE SPIN, FIT FOR A BRIDAL SHOWER OR BOARD ROOM. HAIR BY ZACH GLIELMI. MAKEUP BY LILLIAN FOGEL. PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHELLE HERRICK.
LEATHER JACKET URBAN OUTFITTERS PEACH BUTTON DOWN FOREVER 21 PEACH & GOLD SWEATER ANTHROPOLOGIE TEXTURED CROP PANT ANTHROPOLOGIE
PETER PAN COLLAR SWEATER ANTHROPOLOGIE TULLE DRESS ANTHROPOLOGIE POLKA DOT TIGHTS KATE SPADE WEDGE BOOTIES STEVE MADDEN
SCARF HANDMADE POLKA DOT BUTTON DOWN FOREVER 21 MUSTARD TIGHTS ANTHROPOLOGIE IVORY SHORTS URBAN OUTFITTERS OXFORDS VINTAGE EMMAMAG.COM 17
FAST. HEALTHY. FRESH.
SOUPS Prepared by Jessica Helgeson and Jessica Mangieri. Photographed by Michelle Herrick.
EMMAMAG.COM EMMAMAG 19
DRIZZLE WITH CHILE OLIVE OIL FOR A LITTLE KICK
MAKES GREAT LEFTOVERS!
THIS COSTCONSCIOUS RECIPE WILL ONLY SET YOU BACK $10!
The cauilflower soup comes out smooth and bursting with a nutty, rich flavor. A true example of bringing out the best in a vegetable!
CHICKEN STEW SERVES 6
Adapted from recipe by Giada De Laurentiis
2 tablespoons olive oil 2 stalks celery, cut into bite size pieces SERVES 6 2 carrots, peeled, cut into 3 tablespoons olive oil bite-size pieces 1 medium onion (6 ounces), 1 small onion, chopped thinly sliced 1 (14 1/2-ounce) can diced chopped fresh garlic tomatoes 1 head very fresh cauliflower 2 1/2 cups low-sodium (about 1-1/2 pounds), chicken broth broken into florets 1/2 cup fresh basil leaves, 5 1/2 cups water, divided torn into pieces extra virgin olive oil, 1 tablespoon tomato paste to taste 1 bay leaf Freshly ground black 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme pepper and sea salt, leaves to taste 2 tsp kosher salt 1 tsp fresh ground black Warm the olive oil in a heavy 5 pepper 1/2-quart saucepan. Sweat the 1 tsp sugar onion and garlic in the olive oil 2 organic free range chicken over low heat without letting it breasts (about 1.5 pounds brown for 15 minutes. total) Add the cauliflower, salt to 1 (15-ounce) can organic taste, and 1/2 cup water. Raise kidney beans, drained
the heat slightly, cover the pot tightly and stew the cauliflower for 15 to 18 minutes, or until tender. Then add another 4 1/2 cups hot water, bring to a low simmer and cook an additional 20 minutes uncovered. Working in batches, purĂŠe the soup in a blender (or use a hand blender stirring inside pot) to a very smooth, creamy consistency. Let the soup stand for 20 minutes. In this time it will thicken slightly. Serve hot, drizzled with a thin stream of extra-virgin olive oil (red chili EVOO is delicious drizzled in it) and freshly ground black pepper to top it off. INGREDIENT TIP: Find chile olive oil here. Adds a great spice to cauliflower soup, and can also be used when making huevos rancheros.
Heat olive oil in a heavy 5 1/2-quart saucepan over medium heat. Add the celery, carrot, and onion. Saute the vegetables until the onion is translucent, about 5 minutes. Stir in canned tomatoes with their juices, chicken broth, basil, tomato paste, bay leaf, thyme, salt, pepper and sugar. Add the chicken breasts; press to submerge. Bring to a simmer. Reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer uncovered until the chicken is almost cooked through, turning the chicken breasts over and stirring the mixture occasionally, about 25 minutes. Using tongs, transfer the chicken breasts to a work surface and cool for 5 minutes. Discard the bay leaf. Add the kidney beans to the pot and simmer until the liquid has reduced into a stew consistency, about 10 minutes.
Cut the chicken into bite- size pieces and return meat to the pot. Bring the stew just to a simmer. Season with salt and pepper, to taste. Serve topped with fresh basil leaves. SERVING SUGGESTION: Pairs well with a baguette.
RED BEAN & VEGETABLE SOUP SERVES 4
2 medium parsnips, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces (1 1/2 cups) 1 sweet potato, cut into 1/2-inch pieces 1 small rutabaga, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces 2 medium carrots, cut into 1/2-inch slices 2 celery stalks, cut into 1/4-inch slices 1 medium onion, diced 2-3 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 teaspoon sea salt 3 cups vegetable broth or chicken broth 1 (15 ounce) can small red beans, rinsed and drained 2 teaspoons fresh thyme Preheat oven to 450 degress. In a large glass dish toss parsnips, sweet potato, rutabaga and carrots with oil. Sprinkle with salt. Spread vegetables in a single layer in glass dish. Place dish in the oven for 2025 minutes (or until vegetables start to brown). In a large stock pot, heat 1 tablespoon olive oil over medium heat. Add diced onions and celery and cook 5-6 minutes. Add broth and bring broth and beans to a boil. Add roasted vegetables and reduce heat. Simmer, covered, 5 minutes (or until vegetables are tender). Stir in thyme. SERVING SUGGESTION: Top with freshly grated parmesan cheese.
ILLUSTRATION BY EVIE SHAFFER
1 package thin spaghetti
1/2 cup sliced pimento olives
1 can of tuna 9 1/4 oz
1/4 cup half + half
1 tsp basil
1/4 tsp oregano
1/4 cup butter
1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
2 cloves garlic finely chopped
TUNA SPAGHETTI "Pretty simple recipe my mom used to make when I was growing up. It was the only way I'd eat tuna! So tasty!" -VanĂŠ Broussard, Brooklyn Bride Cook spaghetti as directed on package; drain. Cook garlic in butter in 2-quart saucepan until golden brown. Stir in half and half, basil and oregano. Heat to boiling. Stir in tuna, olives and cheese. Boil and stir one minute. Sprinkle with snipped parsley.
MODERN Fre 26 EMMAMAG
ench SHOWER SHOOT PRODUCED BY SHELLY SAZDANOFF AND SARAH HUBBELL. PHOTOS BY DESIRﾃ右 EVANS. CREPE CAKE BY CUPZ AND CREPES.
TOPPINGS BLACKBERRY COMPOTE LEMON CURD NUTELLA RASPBERRIES POWDERED SUGAR HONEY MASCARPONE LEMON WEDGES BUTTER
Opposite page: Nothing says French like bold stripes. "Merci" buttons from Big Yellow Dog Designs seal a thank you popcorn favor bag. GIVEAWAY: Win your own set of striped invites and buttons. Follow Emma on social media and tell us what French inspired event you are planning!
f&t Above: Macarons from Tart Bakery in Dallas. Right: Arrangements from Fiori Floral are set atop French children's books. DIY "bĂŠbĂŠ" letters draw the eye up. How-to: 1. Select a font. 2. Print on cardstock. 3. Cut out letters. 4. Trace onto thick posterboard. 5. Cover with red burlap (or fabric of your choosing) and glue. Bonus use: hang postshower as nursery decor!
Left: Sheets of white paper (11x17") with numbers printed on the bottom right serve as placemats. Bamboo cutlery stamped with "petit monsieur" subtly ties in French theme. Opposite page: A DIY photobooth backdrop resembles the Parisian metro. How-sto: 1. Cover several large pieces of foam board with chalkboard paint. 2. Project image onto foam. 3. Color in with chalk.
Darling. Vintage. Mobile.
SEE PAGE 30 FOR HOWTO MAKE YOUR OWN BÉBÉ SIGN.
ALEXANDRA V. EVJEN FASHION, PHOTO AND WARDROBE STYLIST AVESTYLES.COM
BEFORE & AFTERS RESOLVE TO GIVE YOUR HOME A MAKEOVER IN 2013. NATALIE COX OF NATTYBYDESIGN.COM SHARES HER FIVE FAVORITE FURNITURE REBOOTS. BY SARAH HUBBELL
SARAH HUBBELL: How did you get started restoring old furniture?
ing guilty. It wasn't worth it, and I wasn't happy. Luckily, my three year old takes a two to three hour NATALIE COX: When my husband nap in the afternoon while my was in school and money was tight, older kids are at school, and she I started fixing up old garage sale also has preschool four hours a finds and hand me downs. This week, so I do my best to fit what I was before blogs, so I did my best can in during those times. with trial and error and asked a lot of questions at the hardware SH: What do you look for when store. I discovered that I really scouring Craiglist? enjoyed the process and when my NC: Top on my list are French husband graduated, I purchased Provincial vintage pieces, antique a spray gun and compressor and furniture with unique lines or destarted fixing up nicer vintage tail and mid-century. pieces to make our home unique.
SH: What advice would you SH: You are also a busy mama. give to someone trying to reHow do you balance working store their own vintage piece? with motherhood? NC: You really can't go wrong if NC: I don't get as much done as I'd like to, but my kids and my home are my top priority. I fit my furniture and blog in with any time I have left after all the "mom work" is done. I've done it the other way with furniture top on my list, and I went to bed every night feel-
BEFORE 36 EMMA
you sand well and prime. Avoid using high gloss paints until you've got the hang of things, as it shows more imperfections in the furniture itself, and the paint job. Satin is a great place to start. And always use a good clear coat to protect the paint.
"French Provincial is one of my favorite vintage styles of furniture. The lines are so classic, and with white paint and brass pulls, you can't go wrong."
AFTER EMMAMAG 37
"The red Bali Hai dresser is probably my favorite piece to date. What a statement!"
2 38 EMMA
"The antique blue dresser was my first experience with milk paint. Painting with a brush feels much more creative and therapeutic for me, so I really enjoyed start to finish with this piece."
4 40 EMMA
"Picking colors and painting the ombre desk was a lot of fun. It was gratifying to step outside my box and do something a little different."
"The green French dresser was the turning point when my pieces moved from neutral to colorful. This piece gave me confidence in my creative abilities."
[ ONLY $35!
NAVY BLAZER RED PIPING DETAIL
COLORBLOCK SPARKLY DRESS
SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESS CREATIONS BY MINDA
VINTAGE. FASHION. SUSTAINABLE LIVING. EMMAMAG 43
BROWN STYLE BLOGGER. GIRLFRIEND. GRADUATE STUDENT.
Photography by Imaginale Design. Styled by AVE Styles. Hair and makeup by Heather Wilson. Apparel from Frances Vintage and Chelsea's personal closet.
(OPPOSITE PAGE) SWEATER FRANCES VINTAGE NECKLACE FRANCES VINTAGE (THIS PAGE) FAIR ISLE DRESS FREE PEOPLE BROWN WOVEN BELT TARGET OX BLOOD LIP MAC COSMETICS ENDLESS DRAMA BOOTS CHELSEA'S PERSONAL CLOSET
Three words to describe your personal style? Classic, feminine, modern.
Was there a tipping point for your blog?
Honestly, not really. I started my blog more than three years ago and have seen my content and readership evolve and grow over time. [When] I started posting my everyday outfits, I found a great passion for and love from the online style community.
Do you blog full-time?
Yes, and no. Right now I am a full-time graduate student. However, with taking photos, editing, writing, admin duties, etc., I probably spend over 40 hours a week working on my blog.
What are your closet staples?
A classic white t-shirt, dark leggings, comfortable sandals, and a fun dress!
Advice for building blog readership?
Be yourself! Blog about what makes you happy, and connect with like-minded bloggers and readers. People can tell when you're being fake with the content you are sharing, so stay true to yourself.
Favorite spots in Phoenix? Frances Vintage, Lola Coffee, and the GROWop.
Your looks for this shoot are all pulled from Frances. Tell us what you love about the boutique.
I started going into Frances a few years back and fell in love with the store's charming, eclectic feel. Since then, I've connected with the owner, Georganne Bryant, and the other sweet members of the Frances staff. I adore their blog, and I'm a big fan of their passion for Phoenix.
SLEEVELESS LACE DRESS FREE PEOPLE OX BLOOD TIGHTS GAP RED LIP MAC COSMETICS RUSSIAN RED
TWENTY THOUSAND CHEESEBOARDS LATER,
AMY STRINGER TELLS HOW SHE QUIT HER DAY JOB TO FOUND A.HEIRLOOM
BY SARAH HUBBELL
SARAH HUBBELL: You first made cheeseboard for your wedding. Did you have any idea your boards would become a source of income for IN 2010, AMY STRINGER, SPILLS you? AMY STRINGER: I had absoHER SECRETS TO MAKING IT IN lutely no idea I would be making THE ONLINE MARKETPLACE. state shaped cutting boards for a living. I am trained as an WITH MORE THAN TWENTY THOUSAND SALES SINCE LAUNCHING HER ETSY SHOP
architect with a background in fabrication, so it was a bit of surprise that something so simple would take off. I have always had a love for cheese and artisanal food, so a cheese board was a natural choice for me. I remember wanting to make my relatives and friends feel comfortable at our wed-
ding. They had traveled from Michigan and stayed in Brooklyn, navigating the city streets and subways. I was beyond grateful for their Midwestern smiles, and I wanted them to see a strong representation of our shared home state. SH: When did sales really take
off? And how did you feel? AS: Our sales really took off during the holidays of 2010. By early December, we had to shut our shop. We had reached max capacity and still needed time to make and ship before Christmas. I felt incredibly humbled that something we made was going to be a Christmas gift
for thousands of people. I am actually incredibly hard to shop for, so in my mind I was thinking, "these have to be perfect, people are spending money on them for their loved ones." SH: A.Heirloom has received a lot of national exposure from the likes of The Today Show, EMMAMAG.COM 51
Food Network, etc. How did the media exposure first start? Was it a domino effect after that or did you seek out press mentions one at a time? AS: Absolutely a domino effect. If someone was requesting information, it was there that day. We worked very hard to make the product completely accessible to the requests. I hired a messenger service, and we were on the go after that. I am now trying to harness some PR skills, but it remains to be seen if I can manage to do it on my own with our next product line. I would have to say that Joanna Goddard at Cup of Jo has been the most supportive, as she is with all of the products she finds. She is such a delightful and kind-hearted person. She has been extremely loyal to us as a brand. SH: Every Etsy shop owner covets a front page spot - any advice? AS: Ha! My mantra: take good pictures. I used a liberty of London fabric from our wedding as a background, and I really think that caught the eyes of some visual people. I also know a fair amount about Photoshop from the architecture days, so it is a secret weapon. I feel like you need to be sophisticated in your representation, it really matters. SH: When did you feel the need to invest in creative packaging and what other little tweaks do you feel add to the overall professionalism of your product? AS: We knew the day we got our first holiday orders that we needed a box that could go in stores and be used as a shipper. We needed to generate excitement when the order arrived in the mail. I think we tried stickers, and inserts, but it was actually a big cost saving effort to find a box manufacturer
that could work with our color scheme and get us a great rate on the printing. We also found along the way, that there were certain states that would continually break due to shipping, so we set out for damage-free shipping. This year, we are back at packaging, refining the interior shipping material so that it is secure and super professional. The point is always refining and going over and over to make things work better. SH: How has Etsy changed your career path? AS: I am beyond satisfied to be doing what I do. I wake up everyday, and I want to keep making things work better. My husband and I have worked so hard to make this business function well. We had a wonderful start, but now we are facing the challenge of moving forward and staying current. Building a business is a wonderful never ending puzzle. SH: Mom/work balance is tough for any small business owner. How do you achieve it? AS: I can't say I am balanced. We have a delightful babysitter for our son with us 18 hours a week. I work from home, so that helps a great deal. Our son is the one who seems most
balanced, he is such a happy and good-natured person. If he wasn't as easy-going as he has been, I would not be able to accomplish anything. Bill, my husband also runs another small business in Brooklyn, so there is some flexibility in our schedules to overlap when necessary. We have everything we need here, toys, photo-studio, computer, toddler music party, a little part time shipping operation, printing, etc. I would like to get out and mingle a bit and meet some new collaborators, but I don't have the nighttime option of going out and about at this point. SH: What do you know now that you wish youâ€™d have known as you first started out on this venture? AS: I wish I had known more about product launch and preparation. It would have been so wonderful to have had the product in mind, made the packaging, designed the product materials and been completely ready to have every single package ship out the same, with a very high quality of representation every time. But thankfully, I can get up every day and work on getting better and better with a very grateful smile on my face.
[ [ "BY EARLY DECEMBER, WE HAD TO SHUT OUR SHOP. WE HAD REACHED MAX CAPACITY."
BY LAUREN THORP PHOTOGRAPHED BY EMILIE CASSEDAY
A PIEC E OF W OOD AN INK JET PR INTER (NOT A LASER PRINTE PLAST R) IC CAR 8.5" X 1 D 1" COP Y PAPE R WAX P A P ER TRANS LUCEN T TAPE WATER
1 56 EMMA
Since wax paper doesn't easily go through printers without a little help, I created a guide for the wax paper using standard copy paper. Cut a piece of wax paper slightly larger than an 8.5" x 11" piece of paper.
Fold over the excess wax paper behind all sides and tape down. You'll want to print directly on the wax paper, so make sure you know which way to load the paper in your printer. For my printer, I put it in the tray wax paper side down.
3 EMMAMAG.COM 57
Wet the wood: Right before you hit print, wet your piece of wood. Wetting the wood is what draws the ink from the wax paper into the pores of the wood. You donâ€™t want it dripping wet, but damp. The time it takes you to print your graphic will give the wood enough time to soak in excess water.
Once the wax paper prints, be sure not to drop or touch the graphic. Line up your graphic where you want it on the piece of wood and lightly set it down (graphic side down). Be careful not to move it once it touches the wood. Using the edge of your plastic card, slowly smooth over the top side of the paper, going over every area with ink underneath.
Quickly lift up the wax paper, and voila, your image has transfered!
Try vintage clip art, typography, or even a black and white photo. I'm all about the stag craze, so I chose to do a stag head, with a cheeky "Oh, Dear!" printed below (the font is called Home Sweet Home).
6 CREATE A CUSTOM HEADBOARD, CUTTING BOARD, OR WALL ART!
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
1. "THE FINAL COUNTDOWN" EUROPE 2. "THE NEW YEAR" DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE 3. "IN THE NEW YEAR" THE WALKMEN 4. "MY DEAR ACQUAINTANCE" REGINA SPEKTOR 5. "NEW YEAR" BEACH HOUSE 6. "NEW SOUL" YAEL NAIM 7. "NEW YEAR'S EVE" FIRST AID KIT 8. "SOON AFTER MIDNIGHT" BOB DYLAN 9. "HAPPY NEW YEAR" LIGHTNIN' HOPKINS 10. "NEW DAY" ALICIA KEYS
COMPILED BY RYAN HUBBELL
DESIGN BY A PAIR OF PEARS
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE
WANT TO SEE YOUR AD IN EMMA? EMAIL ADVERTISE@EMMAMAG.COM
BEHIND THE SCENES
PUBLISHER Sarah Hubbell EDITORIAL STAFF Sarah Hubbell (Chief Editor) Shelly Sazdanoff (Editor) Alex Evjen (Editor) Jessica Helgeson (PR) Jessica Mangieri (Food) Alejandra Armstrong (Intern) Ralston PR House (Layout) EDITORâ€™S OFFICE Phone: +1 323 743 3309 www.emmamag.com email@example.com
BRING YOUR BABY TO WORK Editors Alex Evjen (left) and Sarah Hubbell (right) pick through clothes from Frances Vintage for blogger, Chelsea Brown's photoshoot. Photo by Alejandra Vidal.
SUBSCRIPTION http://eepurl.com/qlTHH PRINT Hard copies available on demand coming soon. MISC CREDITS Lauren Thorp headshot taken by JetKat Photo. ADVERTISING Melissa Campana firstname.lastname@example.org CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION Emma welcomes your submissions of: home projects, interior design, DIY tutorials, entertaining and parties, wearable hair and fashion, staged shoots, and printables. Please send your previously unpublished stories along with professional quality photos to email@example.com.
STYLIST ON SET Stylist (and January's hair model!) Mallory Jarvis keeps a watchful eye on model, Melian, throughout Emma's fashion shoot to ensure a perfect fit. Photo by Michelle Herrick.
Cover Image by Gina Meola ginameola.com.