When I saw Madison’s finished editorial session (below), I thought about how awesome it is that we could capture different fashions and looks in an editorial session. I always talk about how every senior should be captured in an authentic way, and I think sometimes clients hear that as “you can only wear one style of clothing for your shoot”. Whether that is bohemian or casual, I want you to know you don’t have to stick to just one; you should wear what makes you happy. What I mean when I seek authenticity, is that you should wear pieces that make you feel like yourself; pieces that speak to you, and items that make your spirit soar. Here are some tips to incorporating more than one style in your photoshoot:
- Talk to your photographer: Let me know what you have in mind. Are you dreaming of a beautiful maxi dress? A fun cropped blouse and mini skirt? Our clients have access to our amazing client closet, and we can help supplement your own pieces with our stylish, luxury items so you can get the look you want.
- Be open-minded: If you’re a boho girl at heart, and you want every piece to be bohemian, that’s okay, too! But, be sure to consult your mom or your besties, who may be hoping you pick just one more traditional piece for your yearbook photo or college application photo. It’s nice to have more than one style for versatility.
- Know your location: Knowing the kinds of locations you want will really help you choose the outfits that will best work there: aim for coordinating hues and colors, or ask your photographer for high-contrast areas (ie: glam outfits in an industrial area) if you want something super creative.
Enjoy Madison’s stunning fashion choices below, and stay tuned for more style tips!