Wardrobe Rules

Do NOT bring outfits that you don't love! I can't tell you how many women show up with outfits that prompt them to say "I really don't like the way I look in this one, but I'll leave it up to you!". If you don't like the outfit, it's likely that you won't like photos of 
you in the outfit. Leave it at home!

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Structured pieces and solids look great on camera as well as items with texture, those that fit snug, and those with color. 

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Avoid anything too loose in the lingerie department. If you are going with a big sweater with nothing underneath, then, yes, it should be baggy. But a flowing nightie will usually be pinned back to show your curves, for this reason I usually recommend avoiding baby-doll lingerie. 

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Tiny busy patterns as well as neon colors are often harsh on-camera and a bit unflattering so try to avoid them.

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Make sure your wardrobe selections aren't wrinkled, and cut all the tags off of your sheer lingerie. 

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Lingerie is NOT a must! Especially complete lingerie sets. Don't be afraid to get creative! A garter belt and thigh high fish nets would go great with a cropped sweater or graphic tee. A gorgeous bra can be paired with a long flowing skirt. Your favorite tank top can be paired with no pants. 

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Don't freak out too much over acquiring new wardrobe. We always recommend purchasing at least 1 item that you absolutely love. This makes it fun to have something you can wear at home to help you remember the the way you feel during your session. But we can literally do an entire session with nothing but the sheets! We also have an extensive wardrobe for you to borrow to help round out your wardrobe selection. We carry a variety of styles and sizes from Extra Small to 4X.

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Try to incorporate a variety of pieces into your wardrobe selections. Having 5 different bra and panty sets won't allow for a whole lot of variety in your photos. Rather, have something formal, something casual, something super textured and fun, to something black and sleek...you get the idea. 

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Don't be afraid to think outside of the "lingerie" box. We can work with pretty scarves, sheets, white button down shirts.

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