(Closed) Where to shop for e-pic outfits?

posted 11 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 3
2530 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

@mrssireci: I struggled with what to wear and then decided I want to look like myself! I wore jeans and a t-shirt and my favorite pair of high heels. I then changed shirts and shoes halfway through our pictures. Here is a picture from one part of our shoot

And then another part of our shoot –

I was really comfortable and I will never look at those pictures thinking that it doesnt look like me!

Post # 5
2857 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011 - Bartram's Garden

You can get some cute tops for a steal at H&M or Forever 21.

Post # 6
1870 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

Well, my favorite online purveyors are listed below, but if you have a conception of what you might want (like, say a red v-neck sweater or something) you can go to shopstyle.com and put it in the search box and it will find what you’re looking for via hundreds of online retail outfits. You can narrow selections down by price, size, brand etc. etc. It’s very helpful.

I’m not all that conservative like you, so I’ll do my best, but when I think conservative, I think:

lands end canvas (I forget the exact address–google it. this is Land’s End’s newest, younger stuff and it’s reminiscent of J.Crew before all J.Crew shirts started going through the funny lace and button machines 🙂

ll bean signature (similar to Lands’ End Canvas–a new younger outfit, but still very classic tailoring)

Shabby Apple is also a fun site that can suggest items based on your body type, but it’s a smaller outfit so things like sizing and returns might be less streamlined. The styling has a bit of a retro bent to it.

If you are small (like bitty Asian small), yesstyle.com is a…Korean company, I think (but I’m not completely sure) company that sources from all over Asia and has tons and tons and tons of inexpensive merchandise (shipping isn’t that bad either)–from trendy to classic. But be forewarned: measure, measure, measure before you purchase anything because when they say the waist is 18″ they are not kidding! (although I’m NOT teeny tiny and I still have found some things via yesstyle)

And I’m also a person for the “usual suspects,” so anthropologie, urbanoutfitters, asos (a UK company that’s somewhere inbetween Topshop & F21 pricewise, but has a lot of stuff, so don’t get too turned off thinking it’s too “young”), victoria’s secret, department stores, BR & Gap & Old Navy, etc.

Post # 7
1046 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

I wore jeans and a cute shirt that I already had (that I bought a local boutique) for one set of pictures and a dress from Anthropologie for the other set. I’d highly recommend finding local shops where you live that might have something fun and unique! Anthropologie has a good selection of cute summery dresses and tops and the hardest part was knowing when I’d bought enough new clothes…

Post # 9
1618 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

try http://www.shopruche.com.  The store is called Ruche and their style is very similar to Anthropologie, but much more affordable.  I definitely plan to get my engagement sesh outfits there.

Post # 10
3176 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

I hunted around everywhere. I wanted a cute casual outfit and then a pretty sundress. I really overanalyzed everything, I had very specific things in mind. I originally bought a lilly pulitzer dress and an outfit from Nordstroms. 2 days before the session though I stopped into Old Navy and ended up buying my all new outfits there! (I returned my other stuff seeing as I spent too much money to begin with!) Old Navy is hit and miss, but I had a major score 🙂

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