If there’s one scene in Baton Rouge that inspires, it’s the bars and bistros where we spend our evenings. Food is the fabric of our culture here, and it flavors everything we do. Why not let it inform our wardrobes, too?
Vibrant color palettes, rich textures, stark shapes—these are the details of some of Baton Rouge’s stunning dishes, and they’re also the inspiration for a dynamic and unforgettable look.
Creative direction: Kaci Yoder Photography: Tate Tullier Styling: Elle Marie Makeup: Katrina Liza Hair: CeKeisha Williams Model: Taylor Andres
Shot on location in Spanish Town Historic District
Special thanks to the local makers of hair product LyricV Edge Control
Green tea crepe cake 12 layers of green tea crepes filled with matcha cream and topped with matcha powder, accompanied by fresh berries From Umami Japanese Bistro
Outfit Esley geo print top, $38 Gold triangle necklace, $28 Gold pendant necklace, $32 Gold earrings, $28 From Bella Bella
Assorted chocolates A selection of treats including white chocolate peanut butter cups, dark chocolate nonpareils, salted caramel chocolates, cookie dough truffles, black and white truffles, amaretto truffles and white chocolate truffles From Chocollage Gifts & Chocolates
Sam Jullan top, $110
W by Winji palazzo pants, $132 From Champs Élysées
Gold and silver crushed pendant, $28
Gold drop earrings, $28
Qupid mixi shoe, $44 From Bella Bella
Clutch Stylist’s own
A house-made corn waffle topped with crawfish au gratin and surrounded by a ring of Louisiana molasses From Goûter Restaurant