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Not sure what to wear for your session? Check out some inspo i've provided! 

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Client Wardrobe

My client wardrobe is available for all sessions, free of charge! Please let me know in advanced if you'd like to use a piece.

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How to prepare for your session


Test out your makeup & hair looks before coming!

Don't leave your makeup & hair last minute! Test out some different styles and look at it under different lighting!

If you're hiring a professional, give them as much information as you can about your session and what makeup looks you like normally.

Wax/shave/exfoliate a day or two before

To avoid bumps or cuts, make sure you prep your skin ahead of time!


Make sure to exfoliate to avoid ingrown hairs as well. Moisturize day of to make sure your skin is looking it's nicest.

Coordinate outfits

If there's multiple people joining your session, make sure everyone has coordinating colours! 

If you're worried about stains & wrinkles be sure to set the clothes aside at least a few days before the shoot!

Put all the outfits together to make sure they look cohesive. I have provided a colour guide to help you find matching & complimentary colors! 

Plan your outfits

Make sure to plan your outfits! You can check with your photographer or someone you trust to make sure your outfit goes with the setting, theme, location etc. 

Avoid large patters, bright distracting colours & ill fitting clothing if at all possible as these do not translate well on camera! 

You can check out some suggestions on my pinterest below!

Don't eat or drink too much before your session!

Top models will tell you not to eat or drink anything before your session. This will reduce bloating and any uncomfortable digestion.

If you do need to eat (please do if you're hungry!!) Stick to foods that do not induce bloating. 


TIP: Avoid drinking alcohol the night before as it promotes bloating and puffyness!

Look up some poses & test them out in the mirror!

You are the judge of what looks best for your body! Look up some inspiration and come prepared with some poses you love!

I always recommend practicing in the mirror to discover what flatters your body the most. You can send your photographer some inspo shots so that they can see your vision!

Scope out your location!

If you have a specific idea in mind for your session you can scope out your location and give some ideas to your photographer! 

If you see a certain object or aspect of the place or studio, be sure to mention it so they can prepare to pose you there!

Do one last check!

Make sure to do one last check before starting the photoshoot! You never know if your hair or makeup has shifted. 

Depending on if the space allows for it, you can ask your photographer if it's possible to have a mirror handy so you can see yourself while taking photos. 

Remove all accessories that are not wanted!

Remove watches, hair elastics, unwanted jewelry etc. These are things that are difficult to remove once the photo is already taken.

Your photographer will be looking out for hair elastics or any weird items seen, but sometimes we don't know if an accessory is intentional or not!

Cut all your tags!

Just bought something new? Have an item that is see through or lacy?


Don't forget to cut those pesky tags out, nothing is worse than having a bright pink clothing tag ruining your perfect photo,


I'd recommend stretching for your boudoir sessions especially! If you're wanting to get that perfect back bend you're going to have to work for it. 

A quick 10 minute warm up and stretch will help you out and make sure you're ready to go!

Bring a playlist!

If you love music and have something that will get you in the right mindset for the shoot, make sure to play it on your way to the session!


You can also ask your photographer to play your playlist during the session!

(These are not my images, just my pinterest boards. Please click on the image for original post)
colours of the week moodboard inspiratio