While you may not want to make an everyday habit of dressing your children in coordinating outfits, it can be the perfect way to pull everyone together for a family portrait or special occasion.
I start w/ the piece that has pattern/design, and pull solids from there.
This gives you a variety of looks w/out being too “matchy-matchy” but still coordinates well..
If you want to make a fashion statement with your brood without dressing them in identical outfits in their respective sizes, these websites are great places to shop for outfits that complement one another, rather than matching perfectly.
These are only a small sampling of the online boutiques with coordinating sibling lines, but they’re wonderful places to start.
If the person is uncomfortable, it will show up in the photo. When a family neglects their choice of shoes, it throws the whole picture off. For example, a cool plaid shirt on a guy or a pattern t-shirt under a jacket or sweater for a girl.
(again, it's a little too 90's) 3-have the boys wear a stuffy suit and tie and the girls wear fluffy frilly uncomfortable dresses. For a guy, wear a long sleeve shirt under a button up with the sleeves rolled up. Another way to gain more visual appeal is to throw in some patterns that coordinate with your color splashes.
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The clothes your clients or portrait subjects are wearing in their photo can be a touchy subject to discuss with them, especially if you are just doing a portrait for them as “a friend with a good camera”.
So if you are self-conscious about your arms, wear a long sleeve or 3/4 sleeve or if you aren't a fan of your toosh, wear a long jacket.