The first and most important thing, dress comfortably. A lifestyle session can take place indoors or outdoors, and I'll get you moving, interacting, running sometimes. It is necessary that you feel good in your sneakers.
It is also very important that you wear clothes that you like and make you feel beautiful, that make you look good. The goal of a session is to have nice memories of yourself, as you are au naturel, as you feel good.
They go hand in hand with styling. In general, my processing and photographic style is made up of rather soft, warm and low-saturated colours.
You have an example above of a perfect color palette for a session.
Avoid colourful patterns, bright and out of tune colours at all costs. This is not a whim, but simply because it will divert attention from your outfit, and therefore steal the spotlight from you. In addition, these softer types of colours contribute to the general atmosphere of the session. They create harmony and support the idea of connection and love that is so dear to us.
Don't hesitate to contact me before your session to ask for advice on the choice of your outfit, by sending me pictures for example. And on the big day, don't forget to bring one or two extra options so that we can find the perfect style for your session!
My sessions aim to capture your daily life and extract the most beautiful moments of connection, in a natural way. This is why I strongly encourage you to wear everyday clothes that you would wear when going for a walk with your family or a coffee on the terrace.
What's great is if you adapt your clothes according to the season and the atmosphere of your session. But don't get too worked up, often the simplest is the most effective. The goal is not that your clothes take all the attention, they are there to highlight an atmosphere, a style, and especially to highlight you.
We therefore avoid colourful patterns (cares, stripes) and inscriptions.
Also think about the place of the session. Indoors, a rather soft and cocooning atmosphere, outdoors, a little taste of adventure perhaps?