One of the first things people will notice when looking at a photo is the outfit and color coordination. Try to lean towards neutrals or earthy tones and avoid neon or overly bright colored clothing. There are many shades of neutral colors to work with. Find a shade that will work best for you, your environment and your skin tone.
An easy way to find a great color palette is to pull up a Pinterest or Google image search for the same scenery that you will be taking your photos in. Colors or patterns that look great in one location might look not so great in another.
Complimenting one another’s outfits with having the same color palette is key to a more flattering image. A different dominant color should be worn by each individual, while staying within a similar color palette and always dress with the full length in mind. Include shoes and socks in your wardrobe consideration.
I understand it can be overwhelming to coordinate outfits and I want to make the process as easy and painless for you as possible. All my clients are given access to my online styling guide to help with finding the best options based on your style vibe. color palette, and the ages and genders of those in your family. The client closet is underway and you may barrow any of the items I have available for your session as well.