The frame fills up with laughter, quirkiness, colors, and personality, a rare expression and an action. All of these must always take center stage in making a photoshoot successful, because it is all about the person. But do clothes make that difference?After all, someone said.“Clothes make a man!” I’m sure it applies as much to women! When the props and the personality one wishes to present in the photoshoot go beyond the ordinary everyday life situations, and when you want as much a “cosplay”as dramatic as it can get, then it would honestly be making your photoshoot something of a great memory. After all, a photoshoot is to be captured for eternity and should thus capture also your individuality. It isn’t about the backdrop, but you and what you best use to portray what you really are.
So, does dressing pretty the best way to get set for your photoshoot? Not unless you still belong to an unimaginative era which ended with the dinosaurs? For very long, dressing up for photoshoots has been all about creating a drama with your features, your ideas, and the very feel of your presence in the frame so that no other can look the same. There are several ways to make the most of how fantastic you could look. Choose your costume not as per your mood or the season, but what loves you have, not because you feel comfortable in it but because it should make others sit up and notice the person you are within. It’s a whole new world of possibilities when costumes and dressing up is concerned.
Here are some scintillating costume ideas for women who wish to dress up for more than just to look pretty. The chances are you are going to find some idea that will be in synch with your psyche just fine.
Relive Your Barbie Fascination
Which little girl could have grown up without having their first crush on Barbie – wanting every dress she wore and the shoes she was seen in? That world of make believe can be most believably created for your very own album. Easy-to-create props like this cardboard box that houses all sorts of Barbie dolls and the telltale pink color that is seen on each package. The styled hair and the makeup should match the typical Barbie tool as should the hair.
Look Like a Latest Version of a Wonder Woman
While you may not quite want to go all the way and wear the figure hugging cat suit and be that super human creature that can move mountains, here is a little coquettish version you could try with a Superman t-shirt under your everyday formals. The striking contrast it makes with the formal attire is what makes it crazily “you” – if you have ever wanted to be Clark Kent’s female version. Go a notch further and do the Tomb Raider act – of course, it is imperative that you wear figure-hugging pair of shorts and leotards in all black and take guns that look mind of scarily real(Mattel has plenty of toy stuff that fit).Don’t forget the hairdo and the backdrop in a stunning bight color to get your body and costume dynamics in the frame!
Breakfast at Tiffany’s Look
If elegance is what you are looking to create for your photoshoot, here is that quintessential diva –Audrey Hepburn – who set a trend so stunning that a generation looked to her for suggestion of style and poise. Go whole hog and don the famous black dress, the long black gloves, the jewelry, tiara, and of course the cigarette on a holder. Make the table setting pretty and the backdrop done with some lavish drapes and you are close to looking like a celebrity.
Move Over Black Beard, Bandana Babe Is Here
While the Pirates of the Caribbean launched a whole new feverish pitch costume ideas and pirates were no longer thing of the past with birthdays and cosplays being all about them, give this look a try and differ the look from seriously mean to casual – add a moustache if you need, a wart or mole, some kohl eyes, the sword, and the leather boots.Doubtful about a real pirate dress? Wear a white shirt, and add the dark blue jeans, the boots, a red bandana, tattoos on your arms, and lots of silver jewelry. Bring on the mean sultry look.
Peasant Girl to Mexican Rebel
Go get that Mexican hat you bought many eons back.Wear that peasant top and the flouncy skirt and get some fake bullets and a rifle. A deep shade of lip stain and a smoking hot look can be created. Get a barn-like backdrop for this photoshoot and the rebellious side of you will stun everyone.
Wear those stripe shirt and the brass button skirt. Don the sailor hat and salute if you wish. There is always a special cheer that comes with all things maritime and so will your sailor dress photoshoot. For more of that feminine allure, a red ribbon round the neck should be great.
Retro Rhyme and Rock and Roll Times
The 50s was the time of showing off your feminine side and dressing up like a fifties girl would bring with it the fresh new feel of glamour – the golden locks, the bright red lips, demure skirt, and blouson are all part and parcel of a look that was the stock look of the decade. T-strap sandals and goggles would do the rest.
Fortune Teller Gypsy Look
Get those tea leaves and the tarot cards out for this is one special kind of look for those in love with mystique of soothsaying. Enjoy the look that should add that very bohemian charm to your photos – the open curly hair, the layered skirt,and the thongs on your feet.
Here is another costume that shall add as much glamour as it would add fun –simple costume pick that can come from your closet. Make sure to add a fan, the open locks of hair, the very prominent red flower in the locks, and the off shoulder peasant blouse.
It may be years since you left school, but if you feel like playing the nerd all over again, this photoshoot would be your chance to do so. Wear those long stocking sand the glasses that would pout Harry Potter to shame and make yourself as nerd-worthy as ever.There is always great fun in living several roles, and when you can mix and match poses and costumes with little switches, there can be a whole lot of fun created during the photoshoot.