How to Coordinate Outfits When Shooting with your Husband
It's constantly a treat when Ahmed comes out with me to shoot! We chose to go out to Top of the Rock for a famous NYC shot and it was *such* a wonderful, radiant day. In continuation with my last style direct post about blending suit isolates, I matched a burgundy jacket with plaid fleece pants that have the scarcest trace of dull red in them to keep the look firm. Include a calfskin belt and siphons and you're all set!
While organizing my look with Ahmed I generally start with him first since he has less alternatives (cause I'm obviously a garments hoarder) and select an ageless look that is incredible for the season. You can't turn out badly with a basic weave and custom fitted jeans. I gave him a monochrome search for similar reasons I wear one - to protract and make moment chic-ness (Can folks be chic? I don't have a clue... lol).
Since I have him in all naval force (with earthy colored shoes to coordinate) it's an ideal opportunity to select my look. I need to wear something that supplements without being matchy-matchy, (except if that is you're thing, and all things considered, go insane!) so I select a shading in a similar tone as his. Since he's in naval force, I had other dim, gem or impartial tones to browse. I went for burgundy since it's an extraordinary supplementing shading yet to shield the look from being excessively dull, I went for a cream hued turtleneck inside and lighter hued jeans and siphons. There you have it! A look that is durable and glances incredible in photographs. Inquiries on the most proficient method to dress your man for your large shoot? Leave them underneath!