What To Wear
What To Wear:
Be coordinating, without matching.
Feel free to mix solids, with patterns, with florals, as long as it's in the same color family.
Be bright, colorful, fun in your selections.
Google "What to Wear Wednesday" for a plethora of coordinating clothing ideas.
Girls, don't forget the hair...please bring headband or hair clip for outdoor sessions to reduce flyaways.
Mom, please wear a shoe with a bit of a heel. A slight wedge elongates ankles/legs - and it adds some visual interest to the image.
Use accessories for a pop of color! (A fun fedora. Bright, chunky jewelry. Bright shoes.)
Please try to avoid capri pants and cap sleeves. Both "chop off" arms/legs - giving the illusion of added weight.
Please make sure everyone is wearing chapstick/lipgloss! Chapped lips don't photograph well!
Stay away from large logos or text on shirts for adults.
If possible, please try to avoid white or pastels. They tend to wash skin out.
Rule of thumb, cover skin on adults...long pants and long sleeves tend to be the most forgiving for all bodyshapes and sizes.
Tips for Winter:
Dress for the weather. Layer clothing to be warm.
Feel free to wear a scarf, knit hat, blazer, hoodie to keep warm.
Bring "hunting pocket warmers" to keep fingers and toes toasty.
Wear coordinating coats (think classic Pea Coats) for a unique winter look.
Bring hot cocoa for warm break during the session.
Remember, cold children do not photograph well. If it is too cold, the photographer may ask you to reschedule to ensure the perfect session.
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