“What happens when you take a photographer from Osage County, a writer from Texas, a Western fashion influencer from the High Plains of Colorado, and a California city-girl turned farm girl/chicken hoarder/fashionista, bring them to the Rockies, and deck them out in turquoise? The Prairie Sky Photoshoot. Our photos have already gone wild on social media, so it seems as though it’s pretty clear we went and did something awesome. Five completely independent Alpha Women came together for what will always be my favorite collaboration – and we did it in the Rocky Mountains.” -Kenyon Lomax, Owner of Prairie Sky Jewelry Co.
This photoshoot is an absolute dream. Geena Marcuzzo of @fit_on_the_farm, Whitney Benton of @westerncouture, and Corsi Martin of @buckwildbohemianscloset all knocked it out of the park. These lovely ladies have created a work of art they should all be very proud of!
Isn’t her outfit stunning? Just wait until you see the jewelry.
Just enough, but not too much! Every piece of turquoise is absolutely perfect. The multiple chunky rings and the scattered arrangement on her lapel are the perfect combination.
This hat and hat pin combo have become iconic. How could you not want to adorn every hat you have with something like this? After all, “Your hat is your crown.”
You can never have too much turquoise. This close-up shot with buckskin and fur in the background is absolutely beautiful.
Would you take a look at those earrings!
These girls were on point with not just the jewelry, but the entire shoot as a whole. Everything is staged so perfectly in order to make a gorgeous shot.
Speaking of gorgeous shots! What are two well-dressed ladies doing roaming around in the snowy wilderness anyways?
Absolutely fabulous. This style of ear adornments is really growing on me!
It’s hard to do a jewelry shoot that isn’t just plain closeups or shots from a mannequin. These ladies took their ideas and ran with it and oh, what a beautiful outcome!
Cowhide. Earrings. That’s a thing? It is now!
Don’t miss the iconic photo that put Prairie Sky on the map here.