Choosing What to Wear For Your Boudoir Session
Trying to figure out what to wear at your boudoir session? I've got a few tips to help you out:
1. Wear what makes you feel sexy. Boudoir sessions are all about bringing your sexy side, so if you put something on and you feel uncomfortable, move on to the next option. Consider it sort of like searching for the perfect wedding dress. When you put it on and can't help but spin in front of the mirror or think, "Heck yes, I'm sexy!" then that is the piece you should wear on shoot day.
2. Consider what he likes, too. Maybe he loves you in the color red, or he still talks about that baby doll number you wore a couple years ago. If he's into sports or a certain hobby, play into that, as well.
3. Opt for lingerie that flatters your favorite parts. If you've got an impressive rack (yes, I’m going there), then choose something that really shows off that feature. Maybe you're a fan of your own derriere and want to show him the goods, too. Choose a piece that accentuates whatever features you love most about yourself.
4. Footwear matters, too. It's so easy to go into a less-than-classy vibe depending on your footwear. Our suggestion: keep it simple. Patterns, baubles, bells, whistles, and more than three inches of heel can all lean “too much.” Instead, opt for shoes that scream "sexy sophistication." FYI: Heels can also do a lady good when it comes to posture and accentuating muscles in her legs.
5. Get out of your comfort zone! If you are a comfy panties and sports bra kind of gal, bring those along, but why not add something a little more raunchy to your set? Now is the time to rock that lacy number, the jeweled handcuffs (yes I have those in my client closet), and the faux fur.
AND what to avoid!
* Please remember to try your lingerie on BEFORE you bring it
* Cut the tags out of your lingerie - especially if it is lace. Editing those out is the bane of my life!
* Please choose plain/lace designs. Too many crazy colors, sequins, shiny fabrics detract from your beautiful faces and bodies
* Please avoid the body suits with a piece of fabric that joins the panties and bra together across the stomach. They are just not flattering to anyone.
Look for lace bodysuits, matching lace/cotton sets, Plain panties (the only patterns that ARE ok are small polka dots, or stripes. Colors I advise are red, maroon, burgundy, ivory, cream, white, black, green, mustard, pale pink, most pastel colors can look STUNNING! as long as they are not patterns! Here is a link to my latest piece which I LOVE and is so inexpensive: