One of the questions that I’m often asked is whether wardrobe is provided for my boudoir shoots or if my clients need to bring their own. While I do have some “just in case” items in the boudoir closet in my Saratoga boudoir studio, I do ask that clients bring their own pieces for their sessions. Not only is it for comforting to being wearing lingerie that’s your own, but this is a great opportunity to show off and celebrate your own style.
Planning for your own boudoir shoot in my Saratoga boudoir studio can be fun and a bit overwhelming. This is especially when you factor in all the different directions you can go with your wardrobe. Do you choose pieces that cater more towards comfort OR do you step out of your comfort zone and wear something that’s a bit more risqué? Better yet… do you ditch clothing all together and go nude for some images?
If you find that you’re needing some help or inspiration, come in for a chat! Not only do I have a myriad of resources for you to check out, but talking in person will help me steer you in the right direction. If you want some REAL fun, we can even meet at one of my local lingerie boutiques to try things on!
Boho Chic with Miss S
There were several things that stuck out to me from Miss S’s boudoir session (she’s also from Portland!), but what really struck my fancy was her sense of style. I absolutely LOVED everything that she brought to wear. It all fit very well and showed off her personality perfectly. Check it out for yourself!