Styling & Client wardrobe

Tips and inspiration


Selecting the perfect outfit for a photoshoot can be a daunting task, especially when you want to look your best in front of the camera. That's why I provide some styling advice, to help you prepare for your shoot. Your photographs will be cherished for a lifetime, so it's important to put your best foot forward, and I'm here to help you do just that.

What to wear

Natural flowy fibres like linen, cotton, or wool and earthy colours look amazing in most settings. Clothing that add a cosy texture, or get picked up by the wind, filter the late afternoon sun, and glow in the morning light. I'm for neutrals and earthy tones. These colours compliment the (outdoor) environment almost anywhere you go.

A rule of thumb here is to choose to either complement your natural environment or contrast it. It totally depends on what you’re looking for! For families it’s best to keep your colour scheme limited to four colours. You can choose one person to wear a feature colour and have everyone else’s outfits complement that. That said, in the end it is most important that you feel comfortable and your best self!

Colour scheming

When it comes to choosing the right outfit for your photoshoot, a general guideline is to either complement or contrast with your natural environment. I prefer using neutrals and earthy tones as they complement the outdoor environment wherever you go, but the decision ultimately depends on the look you're aiming for.

A rule of thumb here is to choose to either complement your natural environment or contrast it. It totally depends on what you’re looking for. You can select one person to wear a distinctive colour, and the other family members can wear outfits that complement that colour. The aim is to create a cohesive look without everything looking too similar.

Prints & Patterns

To ensure that you remain the focal point of your photographs, it's best to steer clear of large, bold patterns as they tend to dominate the image. Instead, opt for subtle, smaller patterns like a light floral print. However, it's advisable to limit yourself to only one pattern at a time.

Similarly, clothing with prominent writing or logos can be distracting, much like busy patterns. Therefore, it's best to avoid such clothing to keep the focus on you.

Hair & Nails

t's completely up to you! My goal is for you to feel comfortable and confident in your own skin. Personally, I love the look of natural, wind-blown hair. Up-dos are fine too, I understand they can be convenient. But with your hair down, you get movement, you get interest, you get some perfect slices of imperfection in the best possible way.

Hands are a significant element in photography as they can reveal so much about a person's story and experiences. It's important to keep in mind that photographs can highlight details such as chipped or dirty nails, as well as bright nail polish. Therefore, consider giving yourself a subtle manicure or ensuring that your nails are clean and tidy prior to the shoot. This small attention to detail can make a big difference in the final outcome of your photographs.


To prevent any see-through mishaps, I recommend wearing nude underwear with light fabrics. It may not be the most glamorous option, but it ensures great photos!

Client wardrobe

To make it easier, I've gathered beautiful dresses and blankets you can use during the shoot. If you're interested in using one of these dresses, just give me a shout.

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