A few days ago I went back to the gym again after recovering from 6 weeks of post pardum. We joined a new gym and I took a step class, but the this particular gym’s step class was very different than the ones I’m use to taking. When I expressed my disappointment to my husband about it he replied, “Well the gym is really what you make of it.”
There it is.
In life, sometimes we let our negative thoughts or expectation cloud what could be a great experience.
In boudoir, women do this to themselves often. “I need to lose that extra xx pounds”, “I’m not skinny enough”, “I hate my (insert body part)”. I hear women beat themselves up all the time about why they shouldn’t have a boudoir session and this is really the reason why they should have one!
This is why I love my session with Kat. She doesn’t let others define her beauty by size. In fact, she loves that she is a plus size woman.
There it is again! Her positive acceptance of herself changes everything!
Boudoir is what you make of it. You are an amazing woman, period.
Beauty is not about a size and we love our plus size boudoir sessions.
We don’t often share many detail shots on our blog. We aren’t sure why as we do take a good variety of them every session and they do become some of our client’s favorite shots as there is just fun in the mystery of them. One of the things we value most about being a boudoir photographer is respecting our client’s privacy. We never share photos without permission from our clients and one of the best options we give is allowing our clients to choose how they will allow them to share them if they do. For instance, this sexy client gave us permission to share some anonymous detail shots. And we jumped at the chance to do so because she has the hottest tannest buffiest bods and of course we love details!
N is a new mom and a bride to be be and I love her simplistic style for her bridal boudoir shoot. We always want to include more than one outfit every shoot to give our clients the best variety possible. I love that N picked outfits that matched with quite a bit of things, but also she kept is classic with the black, which never goes out of style and personal with her wedding veil and shoes. For the best bridal boudoir session it’s best to have a contrast in outfits. This is a perfect mix to keep your photos timeless, but also fun. I also love that she is a new mom and she isn’t afraid to bare it all! That’s awesome because in the studio we hope that all women can love themselves for exactly who they are.