Monday, August 23, 2010

Boudoir Story: Michelle


After posting
this one shot of one of my boudoir clients from the August marathon at Seven (ps this client has three kids! Don't be scared to sign up!), another one of my ladies from that same day said she did not mind if I blogged some from her session. I was SO MANY kinds of excited to see this!! Michelle has a toddler and HELLO doesn't she look good!?

In picking outfits it seemed that Michelle followed my advice-- play up the features you love about yourself and don't feel like you have to push yourself to "expose" the features that make you feel insecure. Often time during boudoir shoots as the ladies get more comfortable, they make the decision to push the envelope and do posing and outfits that are out of their comfort zone (though I am fully aware that the whole idea of a boudoir shoot is out of most women's comfort zones).

Michelle chose to do three different looks-- Elizabeth Tolley and her team did a beautiful job of giving Michelle three different hair/makeup looks to go with Michelle's outfits.

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Michelle: You are one beautiful lady!! Thanks for being brave and letting me post some shots from your boudoir experience. Yeow!! :)


Mary said...

Thanks, Michelle, for letting us see the beautiful you!

Thanks, Ashley, for posting. It helps encourage someone with my shape to really really find a time to do a shoot myself.

Now I just have to find out where to find the wardrobe....

Hilary said...

She is beautiful, curvaceous, vivacious and so damn sexy.

c_w_s said...

As the mother of a 5 year old, I'm HIGHLY encouraged by these gorgeous photos. Beautiful Michelle, beautiful Ashley (with the amazing eye)! Makes me want to do a shoot, too!

Mike Mcnaulty said...

Dynamite Pictures! Very attractive love the settings you used has kind of a 1940's feel to it.

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