Dressing for your Photo Session| Family Edition
Last time I blogged about dressing for your session I wrote about Layers, Textures, Patterns, and colors all focused on Fall themes. You can check out the Dressing for Your Photo Session | Fall Edition.
I am a visual person, so I wanted to share more photos on this topic. There are endless possibilities of what can look good for your photo session, here’s a few ideas for Dressing for your photo session…
A Color Theme
I find that starting with a color theme is the best place to start. This family went with neutral tones and a navy blue. I love how the boys are sporting a similar look but Momma’s outfit breaks them up a bit.
*Pro Tip: You don’t want to have everyone matching
A pop of color
This family rocked the red! These are their Holiday photos and their outfits alone showcase the holiday vibes! Mom had both boys wearing a bold red (Big Brother with a red sweater & Baby with red pants), while Mom wore a red lip. Dad’s shirt pulls together the denim blue and the reds perfectly. While mom’s neutral sweater softens the palette.
*Pro Tip: With a bold color, you don’t want to have to much, balance is key.
This momma’s outfit theme gives a nod to the 1920’s. Both dad and baby are wearing a news-cap, and baby is styling the suspenders. All while mom is wearing the bold color to add depth and vibrancy to their photos.
This family pulled off a pretty pattern on their oldest girl while the rest of the family complimented her dress. It tied together so well, especially with the golden hour light.
*Pro Tip: Patterns can be busy and distracting, find the right amount and don’t over mix patterns
Pinterest also has great ideas and is a wonderful resource for exploring ideas of what to wear for your photo session.