NEUTRAL IS BEST
You've scheduled a photoshoot, but what to wear?! When in doubt, neutral is best!
By choosing neutral tones, you will not clash with bold color palettes in your home and your images will have a timeless look about them. Small patterns are best and avoid large logos or prints. Leave the tennis shoes at home! When in doubt about shoes, I truly prefer barefoot options. Mama's, a dress is a great choice. Make sure it has some movement to it and no undergarments will show if you need to lift a child.
I LEAN TOWARDS COOL TONES ON THE COAST
Personally, I love to play with the blues of our Crystal Coast. It's a nice contrast to the golden hour skies and colorful sunsets of our Fall. Tip: Colors can reflect on skin tones. If you have redness or red undertones in your skin, steer clear of red, orange, and pink in your outfit choices.
Location: We are either shooting indoors where your clothes will need to balance the colors/decor of your home or we may be shooting outside near trees (greens) or by the water (blues). These are all factors in determining what you might wear to a session. Remember art class? The color wheel is a great tool for coordinating colors based on the colors in your environment.
REFER TO THE CLIENT GUIDE
When you booked your session, you were sent a detailed Client Guide! Don't hesitate to refer back to it over and over for helpful tips to make your session as seamless as possible, and your wall art cohesive with your home. Detailed questions, don't hesitate to contact me directly! You can also browse THIS outfit inspiration guide as well!
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