Photo studio’s wedding display is odd for non-Alaskans
There is this photo studio in downtown Fairbanks that specializes in event photos. Everything that happens in town from the Yukon Quest start to the Indian Olympics, Winter Games, Tanana Chief Conference, Equinox marathon to weddings and other family events. In the display of this wide range of photography, there is also a photo from a typical Alaska outdoor wedding.
Whenever tourists from outside Alaska look at the display and notice this wedding photo, they shake their heads. Some even look disgusted, others start making remarks like “incredible”, “how can he make such a photo”, “what are they thinking”, “I would never do that”, or even “that’s unacceptable.”
xtra-tufs boots are normal wedding footwear for many women at the Last Frontier
The photo shows the bride and groom walking hand in hand in a beautiful full length white lace wedding dress and a tux, respectively. The freshly married groom carries the flowers, and his wife holds her Xtra-tuf boots in her hands. To reach the outdoor wedding place with great view the bride had no other choice than wearing these rubber boots.
I don’t own Xtra-tufs as I am not an outdoor person. For me the outdoors is the space between buildings. My only pair of rubber boots has heels and the only purpose to stay stylish during the week of breakup when the entire town seems to be just one big, huge puddle and Fairbanks and Venice have the water between houses in common sort of.
OOTD: Another mixed pattern business casual work outfit
Here I wore my pleated leather skirt with my polka dot blouse for an all black and white office look. I added a thin Chanel belt to define the waist. For the commute to work I wore my tailored black-purple-white tweed blazer and a long silk scarf tied as a bow for a pop of color. I added my neutral beige Jaeger bag so the scarf gets all the attention.
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Photos: G. Kramm
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