What to Wear to Your Shoot

  |  One of the most frequent questions I am asked by clients is "what should I wear to the shoot?". Hopefully, this guide will give you a little help when choosing outfits for your session!

  |  The examples that are mentioned below can be used as a guideline for Spring and Summer sessions. 

  |  When it comes to outfit decisions, a great place to get initial inspo from is your location. Pulling tones right from your backdrop will help keep the photos looking natural, no matter the setting. I also advise clients to stray from neon colors and bold patterns, a subtle design is perfectly fine, just be sure it isn't too distracting. 

  |  For families and engagements, I like to suggest sticking to a color scheme, I have a few examples on here that pair well with specific locations! Use your shoot as an excuse to spoil yourself with a new breezy gown or a pair of wedges! Ultimately, wear what you and/or your family are comfortable in and never hesitate to reach out for advice!


Spring and Summer:



  • Dress pants

  • Hats

  • Button downs

  • Linen

  • Short sleeve shirts

  • Watches

  • Oxfords

  • Stripes

  • Cuffed pants

  • Jeans

  • Suit (for formal photos)

  • Flowy Gown

  • Wide brimmed hat 

  • Wedges

  • Midi dress

  • Lace

  • Midi Skirts

  • Heels

  • Jean jackets

  • Stripes

  • Jeans

  • Jumpers

The Sandstorm

Neutral | Shoreline

  • Khaki

  • Nudes

  • Blue

  • Navy


The Meadow

Greens | Meadow | Tall grass

  • Sage

  • Sand

  • Green

  • Hunter


The newlywed

White | Any location

  • White

  • Cream

  • Tan

  • Blush


The bloom

Blue | Yellow | Garden | Beach | Universal

  • Jean

  • Creams

  • Navy

  • Pop of Color