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A Bride's Guide to Dressing Up for the Engagement Photo Shoot: Wedding Wednesday

Whether it's going to your fittings or checking your guest list, planning your wedding can be quite the dating task. Fortunately, there's something on every bride's checklist that's on the lighter and less formal side: Having your engagement photo shoot with you fiancé!

Aside from getting everyone excited about the big day, your engagement photos will hold a sentimental value, as you'll look back at them in the years to come. This is why it's crucial to come up with a stellar outfit (or two!) for your engagement photo shoot. If you need some help figuring out your fashion choices, here are some top tips to keep in mind.

Stay True to Yourself

Like we said, your engagement photo shoot is a big part of your journey as a bride. So, if you're thinking about going all out with your wardrobe, it's totally understandable! However, when it comes to your engagement photos it's best to wear clothes that stay true to your personality.

Are jeans your go-to piece of clothing? Then, don't worry about looking too casual, as they'll put you at ease as your pose with your partner. Case in point: These photos Jasmine Norris Photography took at Coxhall Gardens showcase that couples look truly radiant when they feel comfortable in their own skin. If you like to take things up a notch with your clothes, then you should definitely wear whatever suits your style. In this regard, you can try this silk blouse from PopSugar's feature on their favorite tops, since it makes a subtle fashion statement. At the end of the day, your engagement photos aren't about showing off - rather, they're a reflection of who you are as a couple.

Know What Best Fits Your Body Type

To really accentuate your best features, it's important to know your body type and understand what clothing flatters your figure the best.

For instance, if you have an apple-shaped body (broad shoulders and slim hips), they you should opt for v-neck tops and a-line skirt to bring balance. Meanwhile, for those with a pear-shaped body (narrow shoulders and wide hips), go for tops with eye-catching details to even things out. And if you're a little on the smaller side, Pretty Me's guide to the best dresses for petite women points out that wrap dresses look especially flattering, as they showcase your body's curves while also elongating your figure. Plus, there's something so sweet and romantic about this style, which makes it an ideal dress for petite brides! Overall, wearing clothes that highlight your assets ensures that you'll look great in each shot.

Opt for Pastels and Neutral Colors

It goes without saying that fashion can be quite confusing at times, as trends come and go. One day, metallic colors are all the rage, and then the fashion world's crazy about neon shared the next. This is why sticking to pastels and neutral colors can do a world of good for your engagement shoot.

From rose pink and lavender, to cream and gray, these shades will be easy on the eyes. These are also timeless, so they won't leave you with any fashion regrets in the future. A good suggestion would be this cream cardigan from Free People, thanks to its sweet design. Plus, it's a great option to have in case you're shooting during spring or fall!

*This is a sponsored blog post.

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