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What to bring  Bring 5-6 Outfits Your portraits should be a reflection of you. Choose outfits you love! Think of those special pieces you might not wear often, because they’re impractical for day-to-day use, or the go-to blouse you always wear when you’re going somewhere nice. Fit Your Form Fitted clothing that shows your shape work best for photographs. Skip the billowy clothing. While it might be flattering in person, it will not be slimming in camera. This applies to any body type. Choose outfits that will hug your curves, especially your waist, hips, arms, and chest. Undergarments A good fitting, strapless, nude colored bra and panty are always great to have. Especially if you will be showing your shoulders, or wearing anything sheer or see-through. Something Dark and Something Light Bring at least one dark outfit or top. Black, Navy or Charcoal. For your light outfit, think angelic. Soft, gauzy, maybe even layered and sheer. It doesn't have to be white, you could go with cream, nude, or light pink. Something Sexy This one is entirely your call. A backless formal dress, or a more overt sexy, in a pretty pinup-style swimsuit or corset. Beautiful lingerie is lovely and empowering. Something Fun/Whimsical This outfit is your chance to really show your personal style. If you tend toward more conservative tastes, choose a different adjective. Instead of "Whimsical”, try Structured, Soft, Elegant, or Formal. Consider Necklines I love to be able to see your collar bone, so boat neck, scoop neck, square neck, deep V, and off-the-shoulder are my favorite necklines. Whatever you choose, try to make it more interesting than the basic T-Shirt neckline. If you love turtlenecks, go for it! Feel free to bring whatever calls to you, try not to bring all of one style. Avoid Prints Patterns and prints are distracting. We want people to look at you when they see your portrait, and even the most beautiful print can steal that attention.

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What to bring  Bring 5-6 Outfits Your portraits should be a reflection of you. Choose outfits you love! Think of those special pieces you might not wear often, because they’re impractical for day-to-day use, or the go-to blouse you always wear when you’re going somewhere nice. Fit Your Form Fitted clothing that shows your shape work best for photographs. Skip the billowy clothing. While it might be flattering in person, it will not be slimming in camera. This applies to any body type. Choose outfits that will hug your curves, especially your waist, hips, arms, and chest. Undergarments A good fitting, strapless, nude colored bra and panty are always great to have. Especially if you will be showing your shoulders, or wearing anything sheer or see-through. Something Dark and Something Light Bring at least one dark outfit or top. Black, Navy or Charcoal. For your light outfit, think angelic. Soft, gauzy, maybe even layered and sheer. It doesn't have to be white, you could go with cream, nude, or light pink. Something Sexy This one is entirely your call. A backless formal dress, or a more overt sexy, in a pretty pinup-style swimsuit or corset. Beautiful lingerie is lovely and empowering. Something Fun/Whimsical This outfit is your chance to really show your personal style. If you tend toward more conservative tastes, choose a different adjective. Instead of "Whimsical”, try Structured, Soft, Elegant, or Formal. Consider Necklines I love to be able to see your collar bone, so boat neck, scoop neck, square neck, deep V, and off-the-shoulder are my favorite necklines. Whatever you choose, try to make it more interesting than the basic T-Shirt neckline. If you love turtlenecks, go for it! Feel free to bring whatever calls to you, try not to bring all of one style. Avoid Prints Patterns and prints are distracting. We want people to look at you when they see your portrait, and even the most beautiful print can steal that attention.
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What to bring  Bring 5-6 Outfits Your portraits should be a reflection of you. Choose outfits you love! Think of those special pieces you might not wear often, because they’re impractical for day-to-day use, or the go-to blouse you always wear when you’re going somewhere nice. Fit Your Form Fitted clothing that shows your shape work best for photographs. Skip the billowy clothing. While it might be flattering in person, it will not be slimming in camera. This applies to any body type. Choose outfits that will hug your curves, especially your waist, hips, arms, and chest. Undergarments A good fitting, strapless, nude colored bra and panty are always great to have. Especially if you will be showing your shoulders, or wearing anything sheer or see-through. Something Dark and Something Light Bring at least one dark outfit or top. Black, Navy or Charcoal. For your light outfit, think angelic. Soft, gauzy, maybe even layered and sheer. It doesn't have to be white, you could go with cream, nude, or light pink. Something Sexy This one is entirely your call. A backless formal dress, or a more overt sexy, in a pretty pinup-style swimsuit or corset. Beautiful lingerie is lovely and empowering. Something Fun/Whimsical This outfit is your chance to really show your personal style. If you tend toward more conservative tastes, choose a different adjective. Instead of "Whimsical”, try Structured, Soft, Elegant, or Formal. Consider Necklines I love to be able to see your collar bone, so boat neck, scoop neck, square neck, deep V, and off-the-shoulder are my favorite necklines. Whatever you choose, try to make it more interesting than the basic T-Shirt neckline. If you love turtlenecks, go for it! Feel free to bring whatever calls to you, try not to bring all of one style. Avoid Prints Patterns and prints are distracting. We want people to look at you when they see your portrait, and even the most beautiful print can steal that attention.
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What to bring  Bring 5-6 Outfits Your portraits should be a reflection of you. Choose outfits you love! Think of those special pieces you might not wear often, because they’re impractical for day-to-day use, or the go-to blouse you always wear when you’re going somewhere nice. Fit Your Form Fitted clothing that shows your shape work best for photographs. Skip the billowy clothing. While it might be flattering in person, it will not be slimming in camera. This applies to any body type. Choose outfits that will hug your curves, especially your waist, hips, arms, and chest. Undergarments A good fitting, strapless, nude colored bra and panty are always great to have. Especially if you will be showing your shoulders, or wearing anything sheer or see-through. Something Dark and Something Light Bring at least one dark outfit or top. Black, Navy or Charcoal. For your light outfit, think angelic. Soft, gauzy, maybe even layered and sheer. It doesn't have to be white, you could go with cream, nude, or light pink. Something Sexy This one is entirely your call. A backless formal dress, or a more overt sexy, in a pretty pinup-style swimsuit or corset. Beautiful lingerie is lovely and empowering. Something Fun/Whimsical This outfit is your chance to really show your personal style. If you tend toward more conservative tastes, choose a different adjective. Instead of "Whimsical”, try Structured, Soft, Elegant, or Formal. Consider Necklines I love to be able to see your collar bone, so boat neck, scoop neck, square neck, deep V, and off-the-shoulder are my favorite necklines. Whatever you choose, try to make it more interesting than the basic T-Shirt neckline. If you love turtlenecks, go for it! Feel free to bring whatever calls to you, try not to bring all of one style. Avoid Prints Patterns and prints are distracting. We want people to look at you when they see your portrait, and even the most beautiful print can steal that attention.
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What to bring  Bring 5-6 Outfits Your portraits should be a reflection of you. Choose outfits you love! Think of those special pieces you might not wear often, because they’re impractical for day-to-day use, or the go-to blouse you always wear when you’re going somewhere nice. Fit Your Form Fitted clothing that shows your shape work best for photographs. Skip the billowy clothing. While it might be flattering in person, it will not be slimming in camera. This applies to any body type. Choose outfits that will hug your curves, especially your waist, hips, arms, and chest. Undergarments A good fitting, strapless, nude colored bra and panty are always great to have. Especially if you will be showing your shoulders, or wearing anything sheer or see-through. Something Dark and Something Light Bring at least one dark outfit or top. Black, Navy or Charcoal. For your light outfit, think angelic. Soft, gauzy, maybe even layered and sheer. It doesn't have to be white, you could go with cream, nude, or light pink. Something Sexy This one is entirely your call. A backless formal dress, or a more overt sexy, in a pretty pinup-style swimsuit or corset. Beautiful lingerie is lovely and empowering. Something Fun/Whimsical This outfit is your chance to really show your personal style. If you tend toward more conservative tastes, choose a different adjective. Instead of "Whimsical”, try Structured, Soft, Elegant, or Formal. Consider Necklines I love to be able to see your collar bone, so boat neck, scoop neck, square neck, deep V, and off-the-shoulder are my favorite necklines. Whatever you choose, try to make it more interesting than the basic T-Shirt neckline. If you love turtlenecks, go for it! Feel free to bring whatever calls to you, try not to bring all of one style. Avoid Prints Patterns and prints are distracting. We want people to look at you when they see your portrait, and even the most beautiful print can steal that attention.