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wedding wednesday: what to wear to an engagement session

Hi Ya'll! It's a new month and a new wedding Wednesday! It's my favorite time!!! Today I'm showing ya'll what to wear to an engagement session. I get this question a lot. I'll be honest, I'm not into the latest fashion trends. I love shopping, but I usually go for more comfort pieces than what's hot off the runway. So if you are cool with that and a semi trendy outfit then stick around.

I'm excited because my husband is modeling for me. He is the most supportive hubby. I love him to pieces. Let's get started! At an engagement session it's a time to get to know your photographer and get comfortable in front of the camera. I tell everyone that you want to have an engagement session to get comfortable posing. It's awkward for everyone the first time and you don't want to have that awkward moment on the special day.

At an engagement session it's best to do a couple of looks. Go for a dressed up look and then a casual look. You should also be yourself! Wear pieces that showcase you!!

This knit dress is so soft and comfy. I love that! It's also my favorite color...PINK!! Super feminine and a classic piece. I love everything about this dress. And my suede shoes, these shoes are so fun. I think they are pretty trendy too. They pair perfectly with this dress! I think the season of the engagement session should play into the pieces you choose too. This outfit would look great at a summer or fall session.

For my men out there. My husband is sporting a button up and khaki pants. The button up has a hint of pink in it to pair with my dress. It's not overly matched, but really compliments my look. I love it!

Hope you enjoyed this post about what to wear to an engagement session. Just remember to have fun with it!! Have a great Wednesday Ya'll! The weekend is almost here!


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