As many of you know, Matt has become my Instagram Husbandby default. He isn’t professionally trained in photography but he is professionally trained in the phrase “happy wife, happy life“. Which means, he’s had to pick up a few skills he never wanted. If you’re reading this thinking that you wish your man would do this for you, trust me, it can be done. It takes millions of blurry photos, learning a lot about how to work together as a couple, and a superhuman amount of patience. But first, he has to know how to take a photo. So, here are 5 photography tips from a guy’s perspective.
It’s officially been one year since I moved to Chicago! Having said goodbye to Los Angeles exactly 365 days ago, I’m celebrating my first anniversary in the Midwest with a week long series here on Visions of Vogue. So let’s kick it off with 10 things I learned after moving to the Windy City.
It’s no surprise that Matt is my Instagram Husband. If you’re following along on Instagram, you’ve seen him in my Stories or have seen me talk about him in my captions. Which means, he takes all my photos. I’ve always wondered what he thinks when I ask him to take another picture but have been too scared to ask. Until now…
Spa days are great, but spa days with your man are even better. Whether you can’t help but chuckle about how awkwardly he handles getting pampered or you just get a chance to relax together, there isn’t much to complain about. In fact, it’s the opposite. Last weekend, Matt and I took a break from the hustle of downtown Chicago and visited the spa at Le Méridien. Here’s how it went!