Planning Your Boudoir Session Wardrobe? Here’s What You Need to Know!

Are you envisioning how to curate your boudoir session wardrobe once you’re officially on our books? Don’t fret one bit because we’ve got you covered with our extensive client closet right here at the studio! With over 400 carefully selected lingerie pieces available for borrowing, you literally don’t need to bring a thing to your session. In fact, most of our clients opt for our closet offerings, and they end up loving it!

We meticulously shop at top-notch places for our Client Closet, leveraging our expertise to pick out pieces that not only look fantastic but also feel amazing on clients of all shapes, sizes, and ages. Our collection boasts a blend of timeless classics and trendy finds from various stores. Plus, we offer a variety of cuts and styles, so we can play the role of your personal stylist on the day of your session, effortlessly guiding you towards the pieces that will suit you best.

Now, for those of you who, like me, have a soft spot for shopping, let’s delve into some tips and tricks for selecting colors that photograph beautifully and flatter most skin tones:

  1. Black: Need we say more? Black is universally flattering, exuding a classic, timeless, and undeniably sexy vibe.
  2. White: Despite common misconceptions, white lingerie can actually complement fair skin beautifully, offering a crisp and elegant look that’s not just for bridal occasions.
  3. Gemtones: Think ruby, emerald, dark blue, and purple. These rich hues universally enhance any skin tone, adding a captivating pop of color without overpowering.
  4. Pink, with some guidelines: While we adore pink, we’ve noticed that certain tones are more popular among our clients. To help you navigate your shopping spree, here are some pink shades to consider: steer clear of baby pink or nude pink, and opt for coral, fuchsia, or magenta for a vibrant and flattering choice.

Of course, you know your own color preferences and skin tone best, so feel free to follow your instincts and choose what makes you feel fabulous!

As for what to avoid, our list is concise:

  • Anything loose-fitting: Stick to form-fitting pieces that accentuate your curves.
  • Babydolls, dresses, and nighties: While they can be lovely, they’re not the best choices for boudoir photography.
  • Two-toned lingerie: Exercise caution with pieces that combine contrasting colors, as they can sometimes appear dated or cheap.
  • Lingerie adorned with bows: Let’s leave those in the past where they belong!

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