Hey Everyone! FALL IS COMING!! With that, Fall photos! I absolutely LOVE this time of year. Cozying up in a fun sweater, boots, Below are some outfit ideas for both you and your little ones… different color combos, inspirations, accessories, shoes, etc.. Take a cue from some of my most successful client outfit combos…
Many of the outfits come from stores we all have access to. Stores such as, Jcrew, GAP, Old Navy, Children’s Place & Carters. Below is some wonderfully written text giving you idea’s and words of wisdom! (text written by Laci Davis)
“Out are the days of wearing black and kaki, white and jeans, or matching polos. These days photography is taking on more of a candid, editorial style and you can get fun with your clothing! The goal is to have everyone complement each other, but not be too “matchy-matchy.” No big brand logos on t-shirts, but don’t be afraid of colors or patterns.
Layer, Layer, Layer
Layers and texture look great in a photo. As with all design principals you apply when decorating your home, texture looks fabulous in photos! J Crew and Crew Cuts are great places to seek inspiration when deciding what to wear. Adding a blazer or fun scarf, not only does it make the picture look more complete, you can drop the layers toward the end of the shoot for a completely different look. The best news is layers are very in right now, so it won’t be hard for you to achieve this look!
Have a Wild Card
I always tell my clients to have someone be the stand out “wild card” in the photos. I like picking a fun, crazy pattern like an animal print or hounds tooth cardigan. You can also have that “wildcard” wear the accent color as their main color. It mixes things up and can pull an entire look together.
Pick rich, fun colors to liven up the photo and add color to your face. I love jewel tones in photos. They add depth and color to your picture.
It’s All in the Details I can’t stress this tip enough! How many times have you heard that phrase: “it’s all in the details?” Well….. it’s true! Decide your accent color and add that color into your jewelry, shoes, undershirts, scarf, tights and hair bows. It adds that extra flair you need to make for a fun, sassy picture.”
In addition to these different clothing ideas you should consider some of the beautiful quilts/crochet blankets I have in the studio to use and add texture and an element of surprise to your images.
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