Wardrobe Tips

All women are beautiful! Curves, voluptuous, no curves, all shapes and sizes, are incredibly beautiful. I often get questions from clients saying "I'm voluptuous, so what should I wear?" or "I have no butt!".  Here are a few tips based on the most common concerns I get from women and how to enhance those features with your wardrobe.

Everyone adores bodysuits, tight dresses, and nothing at all…. especially for voluptuous bombshells. We often see curvy women trying to cover up more, but often that has the opposite effect they think it will. Allowing me to pose you so that we can see your figure and celebrate it is the way to go! Also, items like denim/leather jackets, white/chambray button-up shirts, lace robes always look flattering as well.

Flat-butts – My key to all great butt shots: G-strings (or g-string cuts on bodysuits)! These tend to make a derriere look fuller than full-coverage bottoms. Play around in the mirror with different styles to see what you like best. And don't worry, I'm a pro at creating curves in posing where there aren't any otherwise. I guarantee you that every client will walk away with great butt shots… Guaranteed!

Shorter legs - High heels with a THIN heel can help if we’re doing full body shots!
Also avoid dark thick stockings.  Go for something with a lighter denier.  Also choose outfits that have a high cut.  The higher the cut, the longer your legs will look.

Thin/no curves -  That’s all in the posing! Form-fitting options and nothing at all work great as I pose the heck out of you to make you look and feel like a sexy goddess.

Small chest – Underwires, lacy bralettes and balconettes are lovely, as well as NO BRA AT ALL!  And also, small boobs rock!!! So please don't feel the NEED to create extra "oomph" unless it's something that really concerns you.

"Mum boobs" - If your breasts are a bit lower or “saggier” than you’d like them to be, just be sure to bring a bra with some support, or form-fitting bodysuits that will keep them at bay. No need for push-ups or chicken cutlets, either. It’s best to keep clothing form-fitting if you’re ultra voluptuous to show off those curves! Posing will play a huge role here, and I’m really good at that. So…bring your mom boobs my way and we’ll embrace the hell out of them!

Surgery scars and stretch marks - My personal belief is that scars are storytelling. Sometimes clients wish they didn’t have to be permanently reminded of that story, and other times, clients embrace their scars and say they’re a part of them. For this reason, I will never edit out a scar or stretch mark unless a client specifically requests it….and if they do request that retouching, I will happily do that at no additional charge. This is a VERY personal topic and it’s not my decision to make. I welcome scars and stretch marks, but I also support a woman’s decision to conceal them if they would like!


Now that we know what brings out your inner sexy self we can discuss your theme. Theme is, but not limited to the following questions:

Are these pictures for you or someone special? Is their a special occasion involved? Are you looking to capture sweet and girly? Classic? Ultra sexy and seductive? Conversely, if you tend to be more conservative in your everyday life, but there is a fierce and fiery seductress aching to come out, now would be the perfect time to play with embodying this role. Maybe you are looking to capture a few different sides of yourself. Something sweet, AND something sexy. Having a theme will help mainstream the process, give you some direction and a little peace of mind. There are so many ‘looks’ in boudoir photography and it’s easy to get caught up in wanting a little bit of everything, but that would make for a chaotic day. Once you know what your end goal is you can relax into the experience a little bit more.


This step is so important. What is YOUR style?  Exploring this question is key to finding out what makes you feel the most comfortable, and ultimately most confident in your photos. If you are not comfortable in an ultra strappy Honey Birdette set, you certainly do not want to try and strike a pose in front of the camera wearing one. Do you love lace? Push Ups? More or less coverage? Thongs vs bikini’s? Trying on different styles AND silhouettes will give you time to take yourself in, and see your body dressed in something besides your normal everyday bra and underwear.
Chances are, you don’t wear bodysuits or suspenders and stocking very often. Being able to take the time to dress your body and see what works/doesn’t work will give you all the more confidence in front of the camera. If you’re anything like most women, you will be shocked at how sexy you feel in styles that you would have never considered before. This is where the fun starts happening.  You start seeing yourself in a different light, which is the point of all of this, right? To reveal the inner you…
Here are some great items to think about that usually work well for most women:
White tank top
Oversized sweater / Tshirt
Ripped jeans
Full lingerie set
Body chain / chain bra
Lace robe
Veil (if you're getting married)
Button up shirt
Denim / leather / fur jacket
Nothing at all
Sometimes people need to see things visually to be inspired for a look.  Have a look through my gallery here which is full of plenty of ideas for not only outfits, but poses for your boudoir shoot…  start getting inspired and have fun choosing your looks for your boudoir shoot!

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