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What to wear in family photos

Coordinating colours not matching

Long gone are the days of everyone wearing a white shirt and matching. Instead, pick a couple of colours and choose clothes that will fit in this colour scheme.

Look at your home decor

Do you like bright colours? Neutrals? Since you will be hanging these photos in your house you want to make sure the colours of your clothes go with the colour scheme of your home.

Don't forget accessories

Accessories not only add to your outfit but they can be fun to use in photos. Have the man wear a tie for the woman to hold. Necklaces for the kids to play with or hats to hide behind.

Limit patterns

Having patterns can look fantastic, just remember that not everyone should wear them, otherwise it will clash in the final image.

Look for clothing collections

When shopping for clothes for my kids, head to stores that typically have colour coordinating collections. Then you can purchase clothes for all the children from one store and know their clothes will coordinate.

Plan ahead

Once you book your session, start thinking of the clothes right away. You may think certain clothes will fit your kids or that one dress is clean. If you wait until the day of or day before you may run into an issue of clothes not fitting, being dirty or need to be dry cleaned.

Say no to characters

Yes, your little one may love their Toy Story shirt but you may want to skip it for the family photo session. Just like patterns, characters on shirts can be pretty distracting.

Avoid all white or all black clothing

If you are wearing an all white shirt then it is very easy to blow out parts of your shirt causing it to lose its detail. Same can be said with all black.

Textures are your friend

I am a huge fan of a cotton fitted shirt. However for your photographs try to add textures like scarves or belts to add a little more to the image. Don’t shy away from different textures. Bring some options to the shoot and we can always play and see what works.

Consider your background.

If you are taking photos in front of a backdrop, consider what you are wearing. I remember and image my sister, her husband and newborn son took where they were all wearing black in front of a black backdrop. She and her husband look like floating heads holding a baby.

Think classic.

These photos will be hanging on your walls and treasured for years to come. By choosing simple, classic clothes you will help give your images a timeless feel.