Rebellious Bride Debbie's Street Style

I am loving the idea of transforming a bridal look into something street and urban. That's definitely something you don't see everyday.

Photography by Midori Moon

We see many, many wedding pictorials attempting to look rebellious just by taking the photo shoot out on the streets. And in the interest of keeping things fresh and new here in the blog, we rarely feature this kind of concept anymore. But Debbie's photo set made it to the blog because she owned it and she expressed her street style sense--wouldn't it be refreshing to have an entire fashion blog dedicated to brides taking their gowns to the street and making it 'pop?' Now that's a million dollar idea right there!!!

Quincy John Y Tampo had this to share about the bride and the concept:

Debbie, a flight attendant of one of the worlds awesomest airlines, Emirates Airlines, just got married to Paolo Abella, graphic designer in Dubai. They wished to have their portraits taken on the streets of Bacolod with lots of people and vehicles. But due to the hectic schedule of their wedding day, they were unfortunate to do so.

Since Debbie really wanted to do it, she booked us at Midori Moon to take her Trash the Dress portraits months after their wedding. With her passion and grit on bridal images far different than the rest, we took these images for her.
Photography: Midori Moon
Hairstyle and Make Up: Carlos Durana
Bridal Gown: Veejay Floresca

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