As previously mentioned in the How to prepare page, clients should aim to have a good mix of outfits with them on the day – it is better to bring along too many rather than too few! this of course is a lot easier when shooting from your own home.
Popular items that clients bring to a boudoir photo shoot include:
Matching underwear sets (bra and briefs)
Negligée or nightdresses
Stockings – holdups and non-holdup (bring a few pairs in case of ladders / runs etc)
High heeled shoes and/or boots
An oversized shirt – perhaps one of your husband’s or boyfriend’s
A sports / team shirt of your partner’s favourite side
Any other props / accessories you want to bring e.g. long gloves, pearls, feather boas etc
The above is is not exhaustive and there may be some items on there that you may not feel happy being photographed wearing so please feel free to pick and choose as you wish. If you have some ideas in your own mind as to what you would like to wear then please discuss that with me – at the end of the day it is your photo shoot.
Clients may also wish to bring a robe or dressing gown with them to wear in the time we're not taking photographs such as when setting up poses before shots and discussing what you want to get from the photo shoot etc.
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