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Outfit Guide

Outfits can make or break a session. 

I get it, its difficult to coordinate outfits, especially when you have many individuals in your family unit all with different styles and opinions. 

If you have invested in a session, I highly recommend investing in outfits as well. 

Pick a palette of 3-4 colors.
Think in terms of tones: blue tones, earth tones, neutrals, pastels, etc.

Everyone can express their own sense of style within the chosen color palette.

⋒Avoid obvious brands, logos, advertisements, and busy patterns.

⋒Avoid neon and bright colors.

They don’t photograph well and can bounce off of individuals complexions causing the skin to appear more red or pink.

⋒Stick to solid, muted colors–earthy tones, muted gem tones, monochrome, beige, and taupe are great examples.

⋒Keep colors complementary as opposed to completely matching

(e.g. all white shirts and blue jeans).

When individuals wear the same color on both top and bottom they tend to blend in with one another.

We want everyone to stand out while looking cohesive.

⋒Keep accessories and jewelry simple, or skip it altogether; dainty jewelry is great!

⋒Skip the apple watches as they can be distracting and take away from the moment.

⋒Wear your hair how you like it, but typically stay away from ponytails.

⋒Typically, the looser and more flexible the style, the better! Having your hair down adds movement to the images.

⋒Avoid baseball caps and sunglasses.

Women’s brim hats are a great addition to any outfit.

⋒Consider the season, weather, and environment.

⋒Add movement to your outfit (dresses, skirts, etc.).

⋒Adding movement to your outfit then provides movement in your photographs and looks amazing!



" I found I was more confident when I stopped trying to be someone else's definition of beautiful and started being my own."


Stores to Shop:



American Eagle


Old Navy/Gap




J. Crew




Baltic Born Clothing

Clients will receive an official outfit guide once a session has been booked.

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