STEP 1: Create a few outfits
This is probably the #1 question I receive as a photographer and it may be one of the most important aspects of a shoot.
What you wear sets the entire tone of your shoot. If you wear a ball gown, it instantly brings the vogue vibes. If you wear a nice summer dress, it will naturally accent your sweet sense of human and natural beauty.
So, when thinking of what to wear, ask yourself,
IS THIS ME?
and if the answer to that question is yet, then go on to the next section of this guide.
STEP 2: Check if the outfits follow these guidelines
Dark clothing tends to slenderize.
But if you aren’t worried about appearing slender, bright colors do provide a more fresh look.
Tone down bright colors, they take attention away from your face.
the neck.The most flattering neckline for anyone is something that comes up close to
Prints and patterns are a definite NO. This includes logos *most important*
Say no to strips.
Say goodbye to LARGE flowers or patterns.
I cannot stress it enough to bid farewell to ALL logos.
Try to avoid short sleeve clothing but SERIOUSLY AVOID short pants.