It’s been forever, but the What to Wear is back. I love posting these outfit ideas so clients can be inspired to figure out the best clothing choices for their portraits. Below is a great winter look that is casual and contains a great color scheme, but is not super matchy. None of the patterns are too bold that they fight with each other when paired together. I love sweaters, they just make me feel cozy looking at them. Looking for more clothing inspiration before your portraits? Check out my other What to Wear blog posts.
Speaking of clothing and inspiration, are you on Pinterest? At first I didn’t get it, but now … it’s a tiny obsession of mine. Every night before bed, I pickup my iPad instead of a book and see what’s going on over at Pinterest. There is a ton of clothing inspiration on the site to keep your eyes occupied for days. So what is Pinterest? You can create virtual “pin boards” of images and sites that you love. No more saving snip-its of information and photos to your desktop or sending yourself an email reminder about a new coat that you want to buy. Pin it to find it later when you’re looking for it again. I have tons of boards from cute animals to outfits I want to buy to DIY projects. Buy I’m warning you right now, it’s completely addictive once you get started.
So who is Pinterest for? I think pretty much everyone. Brides planning their weddings, teachers looking for great classroom ideas, people planning on remodeling their homes and a lot of others, as well. And since this blog started out about what to wear for portraits, it’s a huge inspiration with clothing, shoes and accessories.
Pinterest is by invitation only. If you’d like an invitation – either leave a comment below or comment on my Facebook Page with your email address and I’ll get one sent to you. But don’t say that you haven’t been warned! And I’ve even added a Pin It button below, so if you’re inspired by anything you see on the blog, pin it so you can remember where you found it.