What to Wear Family Guide

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WHAT TO WEAR

My editing style best suits nice warm earthy tones - So creams, Beiges, Tans, Mustard, Rust, Sage Greens, burgundy. I love nice flowy dresses that create movement, Laces and texture are beautiful! Pick a statement piece and then try and coordinate everything around that, just lay everything on the bed and see if everything compliments each other -

Take a photo and send it to me if your feeling unsure!!!!

My editing style best suits nice warm earthy tones - So creams, Beiges, Tans, Mustard, Rust, Sage Greens, I love nice flowy dresses that create movement, Laces and texture are beautiful! Pick a statement piece and then try and coordinate everything around that, just lay everything on the bed and see if everything compliments each other - Take a photo and send it to me if your feeling unsure!!!!

Coordinating colours not matching.

Long gone are the days of everyone wearing a white shirt and matching. Instead, pick a couple of colours and choose clothes that will fit in this color scheme.

Accessories and Layering is your friend.

Don't forget accessories.

Accessories not only add to your outfit but they can be fun to use in photos. 

 

Limit Patterns.

Personally, I enjoy having an outfit in the mix that has all the colours in it. However, not everyone in the photo should wear patterns as it may distract the final image.

Say no to characters.

Yes, your little one may love their Toy Story shirt but you may want to skip it for the family photo session. Just like patterns, characters on shirts can be pretty distracting.

Textures are your friend.

I am a huge fan of a cotton fitted shirt. However, in photographs I like to add textures like scarves or belts to add a little more to the image. Don’t shy away from different textures.

 

Think classic.

These photos will be hanging on your walls and treasured for years to come. By choosing simple, classic clothes you will help give your images a timeless feel.

Below are some great examples - From American Photogs!