Mil y una noches | Granada

Over a thousand years ago, two cultures clashed and their worlds merged into one. One of these, the Muslims, created a place of beauty and cultural wonder atop a hill. A place impossible to conquer, no matter the efforts. The Catholics found a way to put an end to their rivals glory and expand their vast empire. My own eyes saw this oasis of magic and beauty, a place called La Alhambra, the red castle.




Where does inspiration come from? To me, it can come from anywhere. From a painting, to a song, to a place as full of beauty as is La Alhambra. I love channeling the bohemian princess that lives in my closet. Wearing peasant blouses and maxi skirts, cowboy boots and vests, which is exactly what I did today. This look came to my mind as soon as I knew we were going to La Alhambra. I don’t know how to describe it, but it’s almost as if this outfit created itself. From a vision in my mind, to the photos you see here. All of the pieces were already in my wardrobe, and somehow they paired perfectly to create the image I had in my mind. Each piece juxtaposed another, almost seamlessly. A mishmash of colors, trims, and fabrics created what I would describe as a bohemian chic ensemble. Something about its laid back, yet feminine vibe really matched the style of the place. The mixture of textures and silhouettes together formed something cohesive, yet unique.







These past two days have been a whirlwind of excitement and adventure. I’ll be here until Sunday, hopefully shooting lots more exciting content to share with all of you! Until then,

XOXO, Sofía

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    • Sofía

      Thanks again Ms.LaRosa! I really wanted to incorporate a more personal, and cultural element into this post and I thought, what better way to do it than through my own language!


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