Capturing photos of your bump is such a special thing to do not only for you, but for your unborn child. My Children still search for photographs of them when they were in my tummy.
Capturing you and your blooming bump can be a bit daunting, however. It certainly was for me. In fact with my son, I only managed a few selfies. Feeling comfortable and confident with your changing body can sometimes take a bit of extra something. Your maternity photoshoot outfits definitely impact on how confident you feel.
Here are two of my gorgeous clients in my guide to stunning maternity photoshoot outfits.
With this mum-to-be’s maternity shoot outfit, I love the statement hat and the waved, long hair.
The neutral, block colour of this off the shoulder top is reflected in the statement hat and the brown ribbon on the hat compliments the brown, ankle boots – gorgeous!
So the awesomeness of this maternity photoshoot outfit? I love the colours!
The snug fitting top and skirt that flares. That button on her cardigan does a great job at making mum feel more comfortable while emphasising that gorgeous bump. I love that mum and dad brought some little booties with them and mum brought her fabulous sparkly heels to change in to. Dad’s red sweater totally complimented the blue and white which mum wore. All in all this outfit matched the couple, their usual style and their personalities.
If you are after a more stylised, ethereal vibe to your maternity photoshoot outfits then special maternity photoshoot dresses that can be purchased.
I’d be happy to work with any of my clients on a session like this. These are some examples of the dresses.
Images courtesy of Etsy.com
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