It’s that time of year again. People are getting ready to do fall photoshoots. Whether it’s for holiday cards or just an excuse to get some family pics. Honestly, I always find myself stressing out in these situations. I’m not sure if it’s because I want to look my best (duh!) or that I want to make sure my outfit is something I won’t regret looking at for years to come. Planning what to wear is just plain STRESSFUL. So I’ve thought long and hard about what to wear that’ll make you look and feel good.
The most important “rule” is to wear what you feel comfortable in and what makes you feel GOOD. If you feel good in something, that will transcend through your pictures and your confidence will show. If you don’t like the way you look in an outfit, don’t wear it. You also can’t go wrong by wearing “business casual.” I love jeans with a cute blouse and heels or a fun top and skirt.
I linked some outfit ideas below in case you’re struggling with what to wear. It always help me to see other people’s outfits to help me think about what I have in my own closet.
Nothing better than an all black outfit. You could also pair this with a nude colored jacket (instead of the black suede jacket) to break up the all black. Put your hubby in some khakis and a black (or colored!) polo or a plaid button down and you are good to go.
There’s just something so classic about a neutral colored outfit. You could also wear regular black jeans instead of the ripped black jeans, too.
Looking for a dressier look? Here’s a cute fall skirt I shared about in this post. If it is chilly out you could pop a cardigan or suede jacket over this, too.
If you’re not looking to be too dressed up you could always pair a flannel, black denim and some booties together for a put together look that would be so cute with some fall foliage in the background!
Add some fun by pairing black denim with a fun sweater that has some texture/fun details too it.
For a more fall look I would pair this skirt with booties or mules and pop on a jacket.
This is what we wore last year and I loved the way our pictures turned out.
Hope this helped! I’d love to see what you all wear for your own fall photos so feel free to share below!