Post # 1
Which one of these do you think would look best for my boudoir photo shoot? Our wedding is a vintage theme so I’m looking at ordering a vintage looking set of lingerie for the photos. These images all come from vintage clothing stores. I’m still actively looking for suggestions though if any of you have any!
Sidenote: I showed my Fiance the “controversial” thread from yesterday involving someones boudoir photos. I took the opportunity to ask him if he’d be mad at me if I posted mine online (yes) and then I saw my chance and asked him if he’d be surprised if I did something like that for him (yes)! And he said he’d be REALLY happy if I did something like that for him (take boudoir photos, I mean) so that pretty much made up my mind about doing the photo shoot ! 😀
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Post # 3
OOO I cant decide I like them all!!
Post # 4
I like number 3 the best BUT it would be much better if it had those garter holdy-uppy-thingies like number 2. I think #1 is a little much – it would distract from your natural loveliness.
Post # 5
Number 2 will give you amazing shape and speaking from experience anything with garter straps is 10x hotter (gives it that real lingerie look). They’re all sexy though 🙂
Post # 6
I agree with @Masala about 3 being better with the garder thingys. I do like 1 but if you are self-conscious about your mid-section maybe the corset tops would be better.
Post # 7
I LOVE #1 but without the gloves. It’s just much more interesting than the other two!
Post # 8
#1 for sure. Love the garters and lace, and the fringe is devilishly adorable.
Post # 10
I love love love number one. It is hott!
Post # 11
I like #1 and #3 the best. But this all depends on what looks best on you, or for your body type. If you are thick through the middle, for example, 2 or 3 might work better.
Post # 12
the first one, by far, is the hottest look, shows the most skin, and has more details…the 2ndone is ok, the 3rd one is too plain…
Post # 13
You can wear them all! I got to do 4 outfit changes for mine.
Post # 14
- Wedding: September 2010 - MacLean Park
Do them all! It’s fun to have wardrobe changes. I love #2 the best though.
Post # 15
Well, you should have about 3 outfits for boudoir so you can do them all! If you do, however, I might change up the colors a bit so that they really are different shots–men don’t see differences like women do (oftentimes), so if your bra and panty set was like, purple or plain black and your corset set was red or blue, I think that you’d get some variety going.
I like them all, but corsets are uber-flattering on film, fyi.
Post # 16
i love one! and for some reason when you say vintage i keep thinking… black and white photo… white sheet only…. your hair done up all vintagey like…. roses…. 🙂 just a thought.