What To Wear
Okay here we go.
One of the number one questions I get asked - "What do I wear?" or "What do you recommend?" After realizing the "whatever feels comfortable" was not cutting it in easing my amazing couples' anxieties, I decided to make this! I know it can feel overwhelming scrolling through the 25th page of dresses on ASOS or looking at perfectly curated outfits on Pinterest and thinking "How will I ever choose?!" I know that feeling. I've put this together to provide some basic guidelines on how color, tones, textures, and patterns all make together with the background, each other, and the vibe of your session. I always suggest bringing multiple outfits - 5 or so tops, 3 or so pants, and a few dresses. That way we can kind of mix and match and go from there! Most of the places we'll be you'll have to change in your car or the side of the road, so if you're not comfy with that, you can send me outfits prior so you're ready to go when you get there!
However, the most important thing to remember is to be yourself! I want you to be comfortable in what you're wearing, because if you're not you will LOOK uncomfortable in your photos. If you read these guidelines and think your outfit might not follow them, but you still want to wear it - go for it! This is just meant to be helpful, and guide couples who want the guidance! The thing I LOVE about fashion is that you get to use it to express yourself - there's no right or wrong way to do that. So choose pieces that make you feel good so you can focus on being in love and enjoying your session, not worrying how your clothes look!
Be sure it makes sense
Envision your surroundings and how your clothes - colors, layers, patterns, textures make sense in the environment.
As you can see from the images above - their outfits follow the guideline of wearing what makes sense. If it's below seven degrees outside, make sure you wear warm boots, a vest, bring a blanket, etc. If you're scaling the mountains, make sure you're wearing boots with a good grip. In the heat, wear clothes that are light, move freely, and allow you to breathe. I want you to be as comfortable as possible! So if it's freezing, please please dress warm. Heels generally aren't conducive to adventure sessions, unless you're REALLY good at walking in them!