Photo by Photos by Julie Michelle, 2020 Montco Happening List Winner for Children’s Photographer
“I am personally a sucker for neutrals such as creams and warm tones such as yellow and orange. I also love pops of dark colors such as maroon and navy.” – Keri from Kay Dee Photography
Pro Tip from Rhianna Clark Photography: “I tell mom to find her outfit first and coordinate around that.”
Outfit changes usually don’t work well, especially if you’re working with little ones with short attention spans. Keri from Kay Dee Photography stated, “Instead, I will suggest mixing textures or layers such as sweaters or vests into their outfits that way we could always remove a layer for a different look.”
These are your photos – so you decide if you want casual or dressy! But either way, try to keep comfort in mind. While you probably don’t want your pro photos to be if your family in sweats (unless you’re going for a realistic quarantine vibe!), you also don’t want to worry about getting heals stuck in grass or little ones pulling at itchy sweaters.
Still feeling overwhelmed? Pinterest can be your best friend for this! If you search “fall family photo outfit ideas,” you’ll find a ton of ideas.