While you are planning the wardrobe for your portrait session, you want to avoid matching outfits for your family.
We’ve all seen those pictures of families in white shirts and jeans and it’s just not that interesting. Ideally the pieces that you choose for each family member will be in the same tonal range – you want things that “go together” and look nice, without being identical. Adding elements with different tones and textures adds a lot visual interest and can take your session wardrobe from blah to amazing.
Styling families for their portrait sessions is an integral part of the redwagon service. Whether we’re choosing pieces from the studio wardrobe, items from your own closet or you’re buying new things, I am always here to offer advice and help you to come to a cohesive look.