(Closed) Winter E- Photo Shoot outfit???

posted 7 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Sorry I can’t see your pics, they’re blocked at work, but I would do a few pics in the coat, with maybe a nice scarf, and then a few pics in a nice big sweater. Maybe something in a thick knit with a cowl neck?

For shoes I would wear the booties or if you have a pair of leather riding boots you can tuck your jeans into.

Good luck! I totally hated picking my e-pic outfit out so I feel your pain!

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I love the pea coat idea, and for the other outfit I’d get some skinny dark jeans, knee high boots, and a thick chunky sweater like @Seaside: said. Maybe in a lighter, bright color for some contrast.

Post # 5
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

I think the booties would be cute! i wore a coat for our winter e-pics and i love the way they turned out. I took my coat off for a few of them and braved the cold. i wore a tank with a cute little cardigan – i wore some heels but they kinda look like moccasins actually

 

Post # 8
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

We just did winter engagement pictures!  Ours was actually at a mountain, so boots were necessary due to the snow.  I did dark wash jeans with some zipper detail on the back (for a litlte bit of modern), brown riding boots, a black peacoat and a really thick brown scarf.  Under the peacoat I wore a pea green cashmere sweater, so I took the coat off during the shoot and had just the sweater and brown scarf for a little more color.  When we went inside (it was a lodge type place), I wore a grey cable-knit sweater with a cowl neck.  I haven’t yet seen the pictures, but I feel like the brighter color for outside and the more muted color for inside might have been a good idea.  My fiance wore dark jeans, snow boots, a grey coat, and a light tan colored scarf.  While I wore the green sweater he wore a grey one, and when I wore a grey sweater he wore a dark green flannel.  

If you’re not going to have any snow arround you, I think moccassins would be really cute.  Also, I really wanted some variety in the pictures, which you might be able to really easily achieve by changing mocassins to boots, and by changing scarves for example.  I would also say that your setting matters – it could be winter downtown in a city (in which case you might want to dress it up a little) or winter at the ski lodge like we did (in which case big sewaters and flannels make more sense).  

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