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My photography business grew from a desire to learn how to take incredible portraits of my babies and toddlers, while also capturing the cute and sweet moments of their childhood. Both types of images are such a treasure to me now which is why my photography style has evolved into what it is today - family portraits with candid moments mixed in to capture personalities and family relationships

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Winter Photography Outfit Inspiration

What to Wear

February 26, 2024

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My winter family photography sessions have been so magical this season. There is still time to get up into the mountains for your own family session. Trying to figure out what to wear? Here are some of my favorite sessions to give you some Winter Photography Outfit Inspiration.

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Now for some expert tips to ensure your family looks effortlessly stylish while staying cozy and comfortable in the chilly weather….

 

Layer Up!

When it comes to winter wardrobe essentials, layering is your best friend. Start with a cozy base layer like thermal tops and leggings to trap warmth close to the body. Then, add insulating mid-layers such as sweaters or fleece jackets for extra coziness. Finish off with weather-appropriate outer layer like a wool coat to keep the elements at bay.

Choose Neutral Tones and Subtle Patterns

While bold colors can add a pop of personality to your photos, opting for neutral tones like cream, gray, olive, tan, or navy are my favorite because they give such a timeless look and don’t distract from the subjects faces or the beauty of the surroundings.

Don’t Forget the Accessories

Accessories aren’t just for show—they’re essential for staying warm and adding interest to your photos. Think chunky knit scarves, cozy beanies, and stylish gloves or mittens to keep your hands toasty during the shoot. Don’t be afraid to mix and match textures and colors to add depth.

Consider the Location and Theme

When selecting outfits for your winter photography session, take into account the location and theme of the shoot. If you’re planning a snowy adventure in the mountains, choose practical yet stylish attire like boots, warm jackets or coats, and knit hats. For a more formal setting like a holiday portrait session, dressier outfits in rich fabrics like velvet or wool can elevate the overall look and feel of the photos.

Coordinate, Don’t Match

While it’s nice for your family’s outfits to coordinate, avoid the temptation to dress everyone in matching attire. Instead, choose a cohesive color palette and mix and match pieces to create a visually interesting ensemble.

With these tips in mind, you’re ready to find the perfect outfits for your winter photography session. So bundle up and have fun at your winter family photography session.

 

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Park City, Utah County, Big Cottonwood Canyon

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My photography business grew from a desire to learn how to take incredible portraits of my babies and toddlers, while also capturing the cute and sweet moments of their childhood. Both types of images are such a treasure to me now which is why my photography style has evolved into what it is today - family portraits with candid moments mixed in to capture personalities and family relationships

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