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What to Wear

In preparing for your boudoir session here are a few ideas to consider.

Consider bringing a variety of the following combinations:

* a one piece set (bodysuit, teddy, babydoll, fitted slip dress, chemises)

* a two piece set (bra/panties, garter belt set with stockings, corsets with matching panties)

* a silk robe, wrap or coverup

* your favourite glamours dress

Treat yourself to a manicure and pedicure. Do avoid spray tans and waxing 1-2 days before your session and they can cause skin irritations.

Be sure to bring any garment that may wrinkle into the studio on a hanger.

Be sure to cut all tags off your clothing.

Don’t wear anything that is too small and digs into your skin.

When coming to the studio, if possible, wear lose clothing to avoid marks on the skin. Even consider avoiding wearing bras and panties for the trip.

Boudoir editing is not a magic wand. I do basic editing like skin smoothing, and bruise removal. As we lay our bodies in different positions, gravity sometimes works against us. I do a little editing to put body parts back into our idea location.

Don’t feel like you have to spend a lot of money in a boudoir shoot. It’s always nice to have new lingerie but we can create beautiful images with what you already have.

Feel free to bring accessories like pearls, long necklaces, costume jewelry, and beautiful shoes.

It’s important to bring pieces you will feel comfortable in. I myself don’t necessarily love my midsection so I’m more comfortable in one piece options. If you have questions or concerns about what to bring, send me a message and we’ll go over your best options.