“You had me at yellow” is how this young couple came to be.
Spencer, part of the Sporting Goods team here at Smith & Edwards, and his lovely new wife Emily, said they would love to be the models of our new Valentine’s Day outfits.
So, we took them across the road to Willard Bay, and what a beautiful winter day for this cute couple to spend together!
You had me at Yellow…
Emily looks amazing in this cute yellow and gray raglan tee from Cruel. The 3/4 length sleeves and geometric pattern print on the front are both comfy and stylish. And she’s combined it with a Cruel hat with navy and yellow embroidery to match the geometric design of her top.
Do it like Spencer, flirty in a lightweight gray t-shirt from Hooey. It’s great on its own, or you can combine it with a nice button-up for a dressier look. He’s wearing a Stetson pink and blue plaid button-up shirt loosely over top.
Keep it comfortable in jeans like Spencer’s Regular Joes by Tin Haul, and Emily’s Bailey Cinch jeans.
I’d be blue without you…
Another great look for this Valentine’s Day is “I’d be blue without you.”
Emily has this written all over her with this fashionable navy blue Cruel cotton button-up shirt with cute stitching and arrow print.
With all of her outfits, Emily has added the perfect touch with some arrow designed jewelry from Rock 47 by Wrangler.
And for the finishing detail, Emily has on Latigo Tucson boots from Tony Lama. These are perfect for any outfit with a great tan color and beautiful decorative stitching. Spencer sports Hooey Twisted X boots with stitching up the dark leather shaft and Hooey embroidered logo on the vamp. Click here to shop cowboy boots on our website!
A big thanks to Spencer and Emily for modeling and standing out in the freezing cold with us! They did amazing, and it was so much fun to do this shoot with them.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t always mean pink and red! Mix it up with these “You had me at Yellow” and “I’d be Blue without you” fashions this Valentine’s Day.
Cute Valentine’s Day puns courtesy of Kelsy in the clothing department at Smith & Edwards – Thanks Kelsy!