Jeff and Felicia’s Wedding ~ Photography by Andrea Maria Sims

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Royal Caribbean Cruises ‘Wonderland’ Launch Party

Models ~ Sarah Katz, Brianne Jones, Merrill Johnson, Nateal Pogliano
Styled by ~ Andrea Maria Sims
Hair and Make-up ~ Full Circle Aspen
Clothes and Accessories ~ Fiori Couture
Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Model Portfolio

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims
Model ~ Alex Norvell

Model Portfolio


Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims
Model ~ Nayeli Perez

Fashion Shoot for Faboo

Clothing from Faboo ~ 205 S Mill St, Aspen
Model ~ Mary Kate Farrell
Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sim

Valentine’s Day Shoot

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Street Style ~ Aspen ~ Winter 2013/2014

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Sugar Sweet Clothing Photo Shoot


Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Models ~ McKenna Watts ~ Merrill Johnson

Summer Dreams ~ Model Portfolio

Model ~ Jackie Saliman

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Soul Mates ~ Photo Shoot ~ Miami

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Street Style Miami ~ Summer 2013


Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Miami Photo Shoot ~ Clothing from Guess


Model ~ Guess Stylist/Model ~ Karin Guerrero

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Street Style Aspen ~ Winter 2012/2013

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Miami Fashion Shoot ~ Model Portfolio

MODEL PORTFOLIO
Model ~ Jackie Salimen
Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Street Style Aspen

Nailing It ~ Writing and Photography by Andrea Maria Sims

Featured in Aspen Sojourner Magazine

Nailing It

Ask any woman: nothing kills an outfit quicker then chipped nail polish or broken fingernails. Hands get noticed, conceivably more than clothing, as woman use them constantly when communicating. During the 1950s, bright colors were considered promiscuous, and all nail polish had to be removed on Sunday before church services. Today, rules are more relaxed, but pale colors still work best for formal occasions and everyday elegance. Though, as some Aspenites show, a fingernail can function as a mini-canvas, too, extending an outfit’s creativity right down to the cuticle. ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Fashion Ad for Faboo

Featured in the Latest Issue of Aspen Sojourner Magazine

Clothing from Faboo, Mill St. Plaza, Aspen
Model ~ Monika Oginski
Photography by Andrea Maria Sims


A Darker Shade of Pale ~ Model Portfolio

MODEL PORTFOLIO
Model ~ Alex Norvell
Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

My Photography Work ~ Model Portfolio

Model ~ Alex Norvell

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Fashion Ad for Faboo

Model ~ Emily Katherine Nemec

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

My Photography Work

Model ~ Alex Norvell
Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Street Style ~ Aspen

All in the Wrist ~ Writing and Photography by Andrea Maria Sims

Featured in Aspen Sojourner Magazine

All in the Wrist

Catch a glimpse of any Aspen fashionista’s wrist, and chances are you will see an array of eye-catching bracelets adorning her arm. Stacking bracelets is an increasingly popular trend, as it allows the wearer to mix and match her favorite pieces, thus creating a unique and individual style.

When done right, combining bracelets offers a chance to play with textures and designs. Pieces that are similar in color and material work best together.
In parts of India, the number and type of bracelets worn by a woman signifies her marital status. A bride will try to wear as many small glass bracelets as possible on her wedding day, believing the honeymoon will end when the last bracelet breaks.

There’s no such superstition in Aspen, but a bounty of bracelets does bode well for any look. Andrea Maria Sims

Fashion Ad for Faboo

Clothing from Faboo ~ Ute City Building, Aspen, Co
Model ~ Emily Katherine Nemec
Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims

Street Style ~ Aspen

Walk on the Wild Side ~ Writing and Photography by Andrea Maria Sims

Featured in Aspen Sojourner Magazine

Walk on the Wild Side

In the 1950’s Christian Dior popularized animal prints by using them extensively in his designs and ad campaigns. No wardrobe was complete without a dash of leopard. The trend has endured more than five decades, with international designers like Betsey Johnson, Vivienne Westwood, Roberto Cavalli, Michael Kors, and Prada consistently mixing a little menagerie into their collections.

Today, animal prints tread a fine between tasteful and tacky. As Aspen’s more discerning fashionistas demonstrate, the safest way to wear a big cat’s colors is sparingly.

When applied correctly, a feral flourish can add a touch of glamour, not garishness, to any ensemble. ~ Andrea Maria Sims

My Photography Work ~ Engagement Shoot

Photography ~ Andrea Maria Sims