Outfit planning for your Senior Portrait Session

Posted on June 09, 2016 by Leslie Plank

With the warmer weather upon us, so many of you young ladies are planning your wardrobe for your senior portraits.  We've got some style tips for you!

1. Choose your outfits according to your personality

Choosing outfits that reflect your style and personality will allow you to feel most comfortable during your shoot.  While it is fun to try a few different things, staying true to your style will result in the most relaxed, comfortable shots. 

2.  Compliment the style of your session with your clothing

Hoping for light, airy, boho styled portraits?  Choose a flowy boho top or dress in a light or neutral color.  Looking for portraits with bold pops of color?  Choose a colorful top or a solid in a bright color.  If your portrait session is outdoors, consider that most of the background will be green if shot against a landscape with trees and grass.  Bright bold royal blue or fuchsia will pop out in your photos and set you apart from the landscape. 

3.  Accessorize!  

Accessories add so much to your portraits.  Bold necklaces, fun hats, bright scarves, and bracelets are all easy to bring along and switch out during the session.  These items add a polished feel to your outfit and bring so much more to your portraits.  Don't forget a fun coordinating cardigan!

Need help selecting items for your photoshoot?  Feel free to stop in and ask or set up a personalized style session with us!  

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Size Chart

Size Chart - True to Size Tops

 

Small

(2-4)

Medium

(6-8)

Large

(10-12)

X-Large

(14)

Bust 30-34 34-36 36-38 40
Waist 22-27 28-29 30-31 32
Hips 30-35 36-37 38-39 41

 

 Size Chart - Bottoms

Size

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

Waist    

25

26

27

28

29

30½

32

Hip    

36

37

38

39

40

41½

43