Check out another collection of Boston boudoir intimate portraits from a day at the Revere Hotel. While I firmly believe that the best accessory you can own is confidence - a killer necklace, giant flowers or glamorous hat can also be fun to wear and visually arresting. M. rocked out this boudoir shoot from our start in her curve-hugging cocktail dress on the hotel room balcony to her bare-it-all behind the curtains.
She was fearless and we had a great time.
I received this from her after the shoot:
Omg! These are beautiful! I love the contrast between the pictures. The one from the patio is stunning. I sent it to my boyfriend the other day to show him and I caught him with it as his backround on his phone. :) Thank you so much! They have exceeded my expectations! I wanted to thank you again for the wonderful experience of working with you for the boudoir shoot. I look at those pictures in disbelief of how beautiful they are.
Lingerie isn't the only thing to wear during an intimate portrait session. Before a shoot, I send clients a suggested list of things to bring to the shoot: a robe to wear while getting ready and between looks; a dress in case you want to have some more modest options; some statement jewelry like cocktail rings, giant necklaces or glimmering earrings; fun hats; silky scarves. There is a lot you can bring in addition to lingerie. My growing Operation Lingerie board is on pinterest, which clients can check out for inspirations while getting ready for the shoot.
It's fun to have multiple options for the boudoir shoot, and I think it is important to have clients decide on the day of. You never know just what looks you will feel ready to rock.