Seventies romance

Hi folks! Let’s have a look at a stunning piece, that is part of the new Baum und Pferdgarten Pre-Autumn collection -in stores atm!-. Earlier, I have talked about this brand and the major crush I have on every single collection they launch. If the brand does not ring a bell, no problem. Let me tell you in short about them. Later on, I will tell you more about this specific collection.
Baum und Pferdgarten is a Danish brand, founded by Rikke Baumgarten and Helle Hestehave. They started as two designer graduates and worked their way up to having their clothes sold in more than 20 countries. I would name quality, frivolous and femininity as keywords to describe their work. described the brand as “A playful, slightly kooky take on femininity rooted in sporty pieces and a love of mismatched prints”. Interested in more Baum und Pferdgarten outfits, check my previous blogposts: here and here. Now more about the dress I am wearing from their latest collection. Seventies romance was the main inspiration behind this dress. First of all, I wanted to create pretty intense images with the dress being at the point of interest. For this concept, I chose to work with lovely Morgane Gielen. We have known each other for a pretty long time now and over the years saw each other evolving and growing in what we’re doing. Please, do yourself a favour and check out her talent here. While shooting, we wanted to create a vibe that had something laidback and fairylike. We shot these images in Antwerp at the left bank of the Schelde river, where I found a lovely little piece of ‘deserted beach’ a few months ago, so I kept that in mind for this shoot. When arriving though, we only faced a submerged beach with a bunch of rocks next to it, so we decided to shoot it between the rocks. I combined it with a choker necklace to strengthen the seventies romance idea. Also the choker is musthave in your summer wardrobe. Hope you enjoyed this post! Talk to you soon :)


I'm wearing:
BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN dress | NIKE shoes | ASOS choker

Pictures by Morgane Gielen