What to Wear Guide
SO HERE'S THE DEAL.
Picking outfits for your session can be daunting and even stressful sometimes. I created this guide for anyone who wants a little extra insight on how to make the most of your photo session. Not to mention help you look and feel freaking AMAZING for your photos.
If you have no clue what to wear:
First of all, bring options! To get great results, we can look through your outfit choices together at the location and find something that suits the environment perfectly. This way I can make sure the outfits compliment the location so that the focus is on you two, and the outfits aren't too distracting. All you have to do is make sure you bring stuff that you feel like a million bucks in that we can go from there. Maybe a few tops and a few bottoms that we can choose between. You can also bring dresses, accessories, scarves, and anything else that can add some flavour!
I love light clothes that catch the wind. In my opinion, flowy is also the most comfortable! If you don't like dresses, soft and flowy cardigans or kimonos are a great option. If you're breaking in those brand new jeans that are still stiff and tight, chances are you're going to be less comfortable and less relaxed in your photos. That can be super distracting for you and will make you feel awkward in the images. I recommend choosing those comfy old ripped jeans you've had for 4 years, that way it'll be easier for you to have fun and run around in. I like to keep you pretty active in your session. ;)
does it make sense?
Think about the weather and locations we are going to be shooting in and plan for it. If we're going to be hiking or climbing, bring shoes with good grip so you don't injure yourself. If we are shooting on a sandy beach, it will probably be weird if you’re wearing shoes. Also I rarely recommend wearing heels unless you're incredibly good at walking in them, and they don't often match non-urban settings. If it’s freezing cold outside, like the above image, bring lots of layers and warm clothes with boots. If it’s going to be warm, bring light, breathable clothes so you don’t have to worry about pit stains in your photos. Be as comfortable as you can be!