What to wear at your boudoir photoshoot?
As a boudoir photographer, it’s important to make sure your clients feel comfortable and confident during their photoshoot. One way to do that is by providing them with a variety of clothing options to choose from.
For a more casual look, consider bringing a white shirt, a pair of jeans, and a t-shirt or sweater. These items can be dressed up or down, depending on the desired aesthetic.
Another option is to bring a robe or kimono, which can add a sense of elegance and luxury to the images. These items can be worn over lingerie or on their own, and can be used to create a variety of looks, from demure to alluring.
For a more intimate look, consider bringing a variety of lingerie options, such as body suits, sets of underwear, night gowns, and see-through tops. These items can be used to create a variety of looks, from playful and flirtatious to sultry and sensual.
A dress or a jumpsuit can also be a good option for a boudoir photoshoot. A dress can be flowy or form-fitting, a jumpsuit can be sexy or elegant, both can add a sense of elegance and femininity to the images.
In addition to clothing, accessories can also play a big role in a boudoir photoshoot. Consider bringing items such as corsets, fabric, and other props that can be used to enhance the overall look and feel of the images. A pair of heels or boots can also add a sense of glamour and sophistication to the images. Jewelry and other accessories, such as scarves, hats, and sunglasses can be used to add a sense of playfulness and personality to the images, and can be used to create a variety of looks, from classic and timeless to modern and edgy.
To help my clients prepare for their photoshoot, it can be helpful to check out my Pinterest account where you can find “outfit ideas” for inspiration.
Overall, the key is to provide my clients with a variety of options, so they can choose what makes them feel most comfortable and confident. Remember that a boudoir photoshoot is all about celebrating the beauty and sensuality of the individual, so encourage to have fun and enjoy the experience.