What to Wear
First, it's important to coordinate your outfits without matching completely. When it comes to color coordinating, choosing complementary colors can really enhance the overall look of the photo. You don't want to match perfectly, but you do want to choose colors that work well together.
For example, if one person is wearing a blue shirt, another person could wear a beige sweater to complement it.
If you're not sure what colors to choose, you can never go wrong with natural tones like beige, cream, gray, and white. These colors are timeless and can create a classic look that will never go out of style.
Second, keep it simple. Avoid anything too busy or distracting, like logos or bold patterns. Instead, go for solid colors or subtle patterns that won't take away from the focus of the photo.
Third, consider the occasion and location of the photo shoot when choosing your outfit. If we're taking family photos in a park, something casual and comfortable might be best. For engagement photos, dressier clothing might be more appropriate.
Fourth, accessories can really enhance a photo. Scarves, hats, or jewelry can add texture and interest to the shot, so don't be afraid to experiment.
Lastly, choose something that you feel comfortable and confident in. When you feel good, it shows in your photos! Feel free to reach out and ask me for any further recommendations!