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Wearing Pantone Color of the Year In Boudoir Photos

For the first time ever, the Pantone Color of the Year is not one color, but a blending of two: Rose Quartz and Serenity.

 

Rose Quartz is a soft pink that is warm and welcoming, while Serenity is a light blue that evokes feelings of peace, and is soothing. Combined, they create a look that is playful, reassuring, welcoming, and relaxing.

 

To bring these same feelings in your Houston boudoir photos, try incorporating the Pantone Color of the Year in your lingerie photoshoot.

 

Lingerie

To incorporate the Pantone Color of the Year into your boudoir photos, lingerie is the perfect way!

 

For bridal boudoir photos, considering using some Serenity colored lingerie for your something blue. A soft blue bra and panty set (or just panties for the daring!) is the perfect way to include this tranquil Pantone Color of the Year. If you’re looking for more coverage, consider a wearing light blue men’s shirt for some of your boudoir photos. It provides more coverage, while the lightness of the color keeps the amount of color from overwhelming your images.

 

If you want playful, romantic, or soft boudoir photos, try rose quartz lingerie. A bra and panty set will give a sweet, sexy look, while teddy or bodysuit will let you be more covered but still romantic and offer the hint of temptation.

 

For the ladies who want a bit more of a sparkly look, try choosing one (or both!) of the Pantone Colors of the Year with metallic embellishments. A bit of silver thread woven in, or a shimmery overlay will add some sparkle to your boudoir photos. Victoria’s Secret is particularly good at keeping up with the Pantone Color of the year, as well as adding just a touch of shimmer in the right places.

 

If want your boudoir photos to have a bit more edge, don’t worry: you can still incorporate the Pantone Color of the Year! Both Serenity and Rose Quartz look phenomenal when paired with deeper colors like navy blue or dark purple, so don’t be afraid to mix and match colors.

 

 

Accessories

If you’ve been on our Houston photography blog before, you know that we like accessories! To incorporate the Pantone Color of the Year into your Houston boudoir photos without wearing them as lingerie, consider incorporating Rose Quartz and Serenity into your accessories.

 

Jewelry

One of the perks of the Pantone Color of the Year Rose Quartz is that, in jewelry, it can be any style from elegant to earthy and bohemian. For a boho chic look for your lingerie photos, try a rose quartz wire wrapped stone pendant or earrings. If you want to wear rose quartz but your style leans more towards classic and polished, try delicate, polished earrings or a statement ring.

 

Robes

Robes are one of our favorite boudoir photography accessories. Not only do they look fabulous in lingerie photos and give you something to play with during your boudoir photoshoot, but they also have the added bonus of letting you feel more covered during your time in our studio. Silk, satin, or sheer robes all look stunning in either Serenity or Rose Quartz. They are especially fun for maternity boudoir photography; lots of our glowing pregnant clients opt for robes that reflect the gender of their baby! Try a light blue robe over white or cream lingerie for a bit of color in your bridal boudoir photos.

 

Shoes

If you’re not a huge fan of nude shoes, rose quartz shoes are the perfect way to incorporate the Pantone Color of the Year into your wardrobe! They are subtle enough to match almost any other color, yet fun enough to add a pop that nude shoes just don’t have.

 

 

What are your favorite ways to wear the Pantone Color of the Year?

 

If you are interested in coming in for a Houston boudoir photoshoot, please contact our staff at info@warwickboudoir.com or at 713 – 248 – 3300.

 

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