Senior Photos are portraits that are meaningful to you and your family, marking a very special accomplishment in your life. Planning ahead will help eliminate stress, and create an enjoyable, fun experience. Here are some simple styling tips below to insure wonderful photos.
Formal Looks for feminine
- A pair of dark pants with a sweater, heels/dress shoes
- Dark jeans (no holes) with a colored tee and a blazer, heels/dress shoes
- A dress with a no large patterns, heels/dress shoes
- A romper and a wedge heel
- Floor length flowing dress, no large patterns
- One piece long jumpsuit
Formal Looks for masculine
- A sweater with a dark pants, dress shoes
- Dark jeans and a V-neck tee with a blazer, dress shoes
- Dress pants and a colored button up shirt, sweater, dress shoes
CASUAL Looks for feminine
- High waisted jeans or shorts and a light colored blouse with causal shoe
- A flowing dress and a light denim jacket or leather jacket with sandals or a wedges
Casual looks for MASCULINE
- Jeans and t-shirt with an open buttoned shirt on top, a simple shoe
- Shorts and a polo shirt, plain shoe
- Dark pants with a button up shirt with sleeves rolled up
Tips and tricks
- Plan Outfits in Entirety. Every look should be styled top to bottom shoes, and jewelry or props included.
- Pick Outfits from Clothing You Know and Love. Senior pictures should be a representation of your personality. No need to buy a whole new wardrobe.
- Layer it! A jacket, blazer, open button down shirt, or sweather can pull a look
- Hair: Most haircuts look their best to two weeks after it’s cut. Shave facial hair day of shoot.
Express yourself: personality look
- A sports uniform baseball, basketball, football, volleyball, etc. or dance costume
- A musical instrument or hobby related items like art supplies
Locations in NWA for Senior Photos
Urban looks: try Fayetteville, or Bentonville square
Nature looks: Find grassy fields in parks, walking trails, Compton gardens, Crystal Bridges
Lifestyle looks: sports gym, dance studio, in your house, with you car, at your school