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Choosing the Right Accessories for Your Senior Portraits

Massachusetts photographer, North Attleboro, photographer, Fall photography, Rhode Island photographer, Lincoln Woods State Park, Erin Sheehan Photography, senior, senior portraitYou’ve got your outfit planned, know exactly what you’re doing with your hair, and have already spoken to the makeup artist about that gorgeous eye makeup. Now it’s time to consider your accessories, which can make or break your outfit. Here are four things to keep in mind when putting together your entire look:

  1. Don’t let the accessories wear you. Too big or over-the-top can overwhelm your face and body, taking away from the overall image. This is about you.
  2. Choose accessories that mean something to you. Maybe you want to wear a ring your mother gave you, or those earrings that always earn you compliments.
  3. Try not to choose anything that’s heavily ornamented. In a few years, ultra trendy items can look really, really dated. Funky and fun are A-OK, of course, but be thoughtful in your decisions.
  4. Make sure your accessories all work well with your outfit. For example, a thin belt may flatter your figure more than a thick belt. And those dangly earrings may look best with your hair up while the studs look good with your hair down.

Get a second, and third, opinion. Wear everything you plan to put on for your session day and ask for someone else’s advice. Take some pictures, even, and ask your friends and family if they have any suggestions.

Massachusetts photographer, North Attleboro, photographer, Fall photography, Rhode Island photographer, Slater Park, Pawtucket, Erin Sheehan Photography, senior, senior portrait

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