What To Wear For Photoshoot in Prague

The purpose of this guide is to help you look relax, amazing and feel like a star while your photoshoot in Prague.

The guide was conceived to help you select your Prague photoshoot’s outfit. Everybody wants to look fabulous and confident for their pictures so here you can find a few simple notes to follow in order to look like a star.

  • Comfortable and well-fitting clothing: You’ll be moving around and posing for the camera, so it’s important to wear clothes that are comfortable and fit well. Avoid anything that’s too tight or restrictive.

  • Choose clothes that fit your style: The clothes you wear should reflect your personal style and help you feel confident and comfortable. It’s better to wear what you would usually wear, and what you feel good in.

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Which Color & Type fit in Prague?

1

Body Type

Which outfit should I wear to flatter my body type?

2

What Colors

What colors should I wear to match my skin color or the actual location for the photo session in Prague?

3

Season

What outfit should I wear for a winter & spring photo session? How about for a summer and autumn shoot?

4

Great Look

What good taste is when it comes to choosing my outfit?

WHAT COLORS ARE BEST FOR YOUR PHOTOSHOOT OUTFIT

6 great ideas fit with Prague Urban & Suburban Colours.

1. MATCHING STYLE

Matching photoshoot outfits are crucial in capturing the perfect shot. Coordinating with your partner is essential as both of your styles should complement each other. Consider your partner’s outfit and aim to match the aesthetic. For example, if your partner prefers suits, opt for an elegant dress that complements their look. On the other hand, for a more casual look with jeans and a shirt, consider pairing it with a cute skirt or playful midi dress and medium heels. To incorporate the colors of Prague city, consider incorporating hues of red, yellow and blue in your outfits?

 

2. COORDINATING COLOURS

Choosing colors for your outfit can be a tricky task, but it doesn’t have to be. While coordinating colors can be stylish, going for an entirely matching look may be too much, especially if you’re not opting for an all-black ensemble. Neutral and pastel shades are a safe bet when it comes to choosing colors for your outfit, and it’s best to steer clear of bright and fluorescent hues, as they can be quite distracting in photographs.

 

3.DRESSES | FLOWY

A flowy dress can be a great choice when it comes to capturing stunning photos with the wind. Materials like silk work well because they’re lightweight and comfortable to wear while moving around or sitting. The movement of the dress in the wind adds a dynamic element to the image and creates a sense of energy and movement.

 

4. PATTERNS | PRINTS

Flower prints are a popular choice for spring and summer photo shoots. With so many options available, it’s important to choose a subtle, small pattern that won’t detract from your faces. Avoid large and bold patterns. Stick to one pattern per outfit to avoid a cluttered look in the photos. Coordinating his outfit with a matching handkerchief is a great way to complement your floral look.

 
 

5. FLAT COLORS

Pastel colors are a lovely choice when it comes to taking photographs in Prague. They are timeless and elegant, and we recommend our clients to choose pastel or neutral colors for their photoshoot outfit. These colors are a safe choice and will always look beautiful in the city of love, especially if you just got engaged in Paris!

  • What are the pastel colors & meaning of it?

Pastel colors are pale, muted shades of colors. They are typically created by mixing a small amount of pure color with white, which lightens and softens the hue. Some common pastel colors include:

  • Light pink
  • Light blue
  • Lavender
  • Mint green
  • Peach
  • Light yellow
  • Light purple
  • Light orange
  • Light grey
  • Light brown

It’s worth noting that the pastel colors can vary depending on the context, and some colors might be considered as pastel in one context, but not in another.

6. Accesories 

Accessories like jewelry, scarves, hats, and glasses can add a lot of visual interest to your photos, so don’t be afraid to incorporate them into your shoot.

 

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