Clothing

Men

  • Solid colour shirts and simple ties always work well. Make sure the clothing is pressed and ready to wear.
  • Bring options. Avoid Logos.
  • Consider having both a formal choice and a more relaxed choice or two strong alternatives to give you variety.

Women

  • White or solid colour blouses and blazers work best
  • Bring options. Avoid Logos.
  • Some women prefer not to expose their upper arms, if that’s the case, bring a concealing top.

HAIR

  • ALWAYS bring a hairbrush / comb.
  • Consider hiring a make-up artist.
  • Book a hair appointment just before your session

MAKE-UP

  • ALWAYS bring a hairbrush / comb.
  • Consider hiring a make-up artist.
  • Book a hair appointment just before your session

ACCESSORIES

  • Be yourself, but keep in mind your audience.
  • Shiny jewellery can act like tiny mirrors and be distracting.
  • Bring a variety of jewellery if you’re not sure what will work under studio conditions.

KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE

While we all want to stand out there are certain industry norms which you may want to take into account when it comes to wardrobe choices. These ‘norms’ are different depending on your industry and depending on your target audience, so before you arrive, if you’re not sure, ask a colleague or a friend who might have better insight.

 

BRING OPTIONS – BETTER TO HAVE IT AT THE STUDIO THEN IN YOUR CLOSET

 

GET REGULAR COMPLIMENTS WITH THAT OUTFIT?  BRING IT!