Lone Wolf

April 18, 2013 | Posted by rissvandal

First thing’s first, two things need to be said about this new photo set:

After all this time, this was my first outfit photo set featuring a lady (other than myself, duh). Yeah, I know.  There was no reason behind it, it just worked out that way. But I realize 80% of the clothing I focus on is women’s clothing, yet 80% of the photos I take are of dudes, so I was wondering how long it would take before somebody called me out of that…

My model, Zue Byrd, had a clothing collection that gave me a bit of wardrobe envy. With the sea of spikes, skulls, and printed leggings it was like walking into a mini Trash and Vaudeville shop.


The wolf leggings are from GoJane, and if you’ve never been to that site, go now. You’ll find a nice selection of badass prints like these, and then you’ll also find a selection of absolutely crazy clown shit. I’m not even going to explain what I mean by that, just go take a look yourself.



The shoes came from eBay and I don’t have a brand name, but since a few of your expressed interest in scoping out a pair for yourself, I found two similar and affordable variations: http://bit.ly/Z71xF9 and http://bit.ly/WZs1YH.



Props to Zue for enduring a long trek through a park in huge heels, and props to my neighbor/roommate who came along and helped me scope out good spots in a somewhat frustrating location (“Wait, wait, we have to wait until those kids get out of the shot.”/”This shot would be awesome if there weren’t monkey Christmas lights in the background.”/Did I just sit in dirt or is that horse crap?!”)


Any thoughts or comments? As always, feel free to leave any feedback below or on the Facebook page.


One Response to Lone Wolf

  1. Hope says:

    I. Love. Those. Boots! <3

    And gorgeous photo set. I'm sorry you had so many problems with getting shots but it turned out really nice! I really like the shots where Zue is walking next to the fence and sitting on the rocks.

    The contrast between the edginess of her clothes and the seemingly tranquil park are very great visually. Her clothes make it seem like she's from the city but the way she seems so comfortable in this park that seems abandoned (even though it's obviously not, from your comments) is cool. It tells a story!

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