The Fashion season are rarely if ever in sync with the actual weather we are experiencing. And though it’s technically fall in Boston, the weather today still evoking the heat of a mid-August day. We are starting to book boudoir shoots for the fall and winter – and the wardrobe and styling options will change with the season.
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ROUNDUP OF LINGERIE IDEAS FOR YOUR FALL or WINTER BOUDOIR SESSION
And it doesn’t always have to be lingerie. I’ll photograph you in whatever you bring in. I want you to feel comfortable and that just might not be in traditional lace or silk underthings. And that’s totally okay. Below are four things to think about when you are planning your fall or winter boudoir shoot. Neckline, Length, Layering and Color.
Yokes, cutouts, panels. All good options for highlighting necklines, drawing the eye up to your face and giving visual interest.
A long length is elegant, modest (sometimes) and is perfectly suited to colder autumn and winter weather
Layering and draping create beautiful color and texture combinations. It won’t actually be cold in the room while you have your boudoir portraits done. Adding layers is a great way to create interesting textures and variety as you can take layers off as you feel more comfortable.
Let’s swap out the bright primary red this holiday are go for the beautiful, and more flattering, wine tones. Rich and warm red over a bright true red. Navy or grey over black. Or a shimmering warm gold.