Part of creating a successful (and beautiful portrait) is wardrobe. While I stress to my clients not to be matchy-matchy, I do want you to coordinate (this does not mean white shirts and khakis or jeans…..no! no!) I do not want you to go out and buy a whole new wardrobe or spend tons of money, so here are some options of inexpensive ways to get the look for less…starting with the family portrait:
And if you insist on khakis and white….let’s snazz it up a bit (did I really just use the word snazz?? Here she comes….my mother climbing out of my mouth!),:
And the high school senior portrait (the girls): And high school senior portraits (the guys): Whatever wardrobe you select, you want to show your own personality and pizazz! Wardrobe is an essential part of this creative process.
Thanks to my fellow photog friend, Megan Peck, for her color and design expertise!