Outfit-Guide

 

I feel you! Ihr fühlt euch überfordert, das richtige Outfit für unser Fotoshooting auszuwählen? Ich verspreche euch, ihr seid damit nicht alleine. Die meist gestellte Frage vor einem Shooting ist: hast du Tipps, was wir anziehen können?
Auf dieser Seite gibt es einige do's and dont's für euch und ihr könnt euch sicher sein, ihr seht fantastisch aus und müsst euch über euer Outfit beim Shooting keine Sorgen mehr machen und wir können uns auf dich bzw. euch konzentrieren. 
Ich bin ganz sicher kein Fashion Experte, ich laufe meist in Jeans und T-Shirt herum, aber ich berichte einfach frei heraus, wann ich fand, dass ein zuvor gewähltes Outfit von meinen Paaren oder von dir als Person abgelenkt hat oder wann es fantastisch aussah. 

Unser Hauptziel: ihr sollt bitte so aussehen, wir ihr sonst auch ausschaut. Ich will nicht, dass ihr denkt, wenn ihr die folgenden Optionen nicht befolgt, seht ihr auf den Fotos nicht gut aus oder so. Ich will, dass ihr euch wohlfühlt und auch noch in vielen Jahren denkt: ich sehe fantastisch aus und nicht: ach du sch.. was habe ich mir bei dem Outfit gedacht.

Brint einfach 2-3 Outfits mit und wir schauen gemeinsam, was zusammenpasst, was zu unserer Shooting-Location passt etc.


Don't get stressed. Bringt einfach Optionen mit

 

 

First off, I always recommend to bring options. To get the best results, I’ll pick and pull from the options you bring for you guys to change into for each location we shoot at. This way I can make sure the outfits compliment the environment so that the focus is on you two, not on any distractions, which yes, can be your outfits. All you have to do is make sure you bring stuff that you feel like a million bucks in that we can pick and pull from!
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Don’t bring your whole closet though. It will take too much time for me to go through everything and will take time away from your session. Most people bring about 3 or 4 pairs of bottoms and 4 or 5 tops each, then you can bring dresses, accessories, jackets and whatnot as well. Also, just know that depending on where we are shooting, you’ll most likely be changing in the back of the car on the side of the road. If you aren’t down with that, that’s totally fine and you can just bring one outfit! Just make sure to text me a few photos of the outfit options you have and we can pick it out together beforehand.

Macht das Sinn?

Think about the conditions and locations we are going to be shooting in and plan around it. If we are going to be hiking around the mountains, bring shoes with good grip and you won’t twist your ankles in. If we are shooting on a sandy beach, it would look weird if you’re wearing shoes (ps heels are almost always a bad idea in most scenarios, unless you’re freakishly good at walking in them haha). If it’s freezing cold outside, bring lots of layers and warm clothes with wool socks and boots. If it’s going to be hot, bring clothes that can breathe more so you don’t have sweaty pit stains in the photos. Be as comfortable as you can be!


Muster

Avoid big, loud, chunky, crazy patterns. The smaller or more subtle, the better! If the pattern is too loud, it will distract from your faces. Flannels are always a yes in my book (probably because I wear one every day haha)! I usually try to avoid pairing too many patterns together because, you guessed it, it makes the photos feel a little hectic and distracting from your faces and the location. Also, be sure to iron your clothes before so there’s not huge wrinkles distracting from your faces either!


Props

When I think “props”, my mind flashes through all of the cringe-worthy Pinterest photos I’ve seen of cheesy chalkboards and hobby lobby props brought to shoots that basically just make me wanna barf. But props don’t have to be cheesy! Props could be a dominos pizza picnic, a motorcycle, your naked cats (if you have a dog and don’t bring it I’ll be pissed), blankets, a truck/car, a campfire, a bouquet, a paddle board, etc. If you have props you wanna incorporate, let me know and we can make sure to incorporate them in a non-cheesy way!


Haare & Make up

A lot of people ask me whether or not they should get your hair and makeup done by a pro. My answer is always “whatever will make you feel best, do that.” I absolutely don’t think it’s necessary whatsoever, because in my personal opinion, I would rather look like MYSELF rather than a super glammed up version of myself; especially because I wear pretty minimal makeup with a messy top knot anyways. I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve had girls show up to shoots wiping off the caked on makeup and taking out 500 bobby-pins their makeup and hair artist did because it just doesn’t look like them. But, if you want your hair and makeup done, then definitely do it, because the most important thing is that you feel confident like Beyonce always. If you’re getting hair and makeup done, I recommend you schedule to be done at least an hour before you have to leave for the shoot so you aren’t late. Also, if you’re whiter than toothpaste like me and want a spray tan, be sure to get a suuuuper natural airbrushed spray tan rather than one from a salon/tanning place. We don’t want you looking like an oompa loompa!


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