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01 location
02 styling
03 hair & makeup
04 who to bring
05 faq
06 being the scenes

 Styling Tips 

Stuck on what to wear? Let me give you some tips!

1. Be comfortable
We are going to be walking, sitting, laying, twirling, and adventuring all around during your session. Be sure to wear clothing that you can move around in.

2. Vary your wardrobe
Usually I recommend varying your outfits between pants and skirts/dresses so we are able to sit and lay down comfortably, but then can and also play with twirling and movement-based shots in a dress! I would recommend basing each of your outfits in one of these categories for the best variety between each look: casual, cozy, chic,  dressy, school-related, layered, sports-related, preppy or edgy.

3. Embrace all the  colors
Clothing is a great way to add more color and personality to your pictures. Wearing white and black tend to wash out skin tones, so I would recommend staying away from neutrals. As you can see on the right, bright, saturated colors bring so much more life and "pop" into photos.

4. Come prepared
I usually recommend my seniors to wear their first outfit and bring two to change into.  Wear your trickiest outfit to change into first. If you're going to a location with water, I would recommend saving the outfit you plan to get wet for last and wear sandals so you can easily slip them off to step in the water. I would highly recommend ironing clothing before your session and bringing your wardrobe on hangers.

5. Include accesories + props
Necklaces, bracelets, belts, hats, jackets, and scarves are all great accesories to add another element to your photo and to play with while posing! And i
t's always fun to include something uniquely you in your session whether it's a part of a collection, sports equipment, hobbyist items, or artwork.