Today we are going to showcase a Bohemian inspired boudoir session!
Over the past month we have showed you stlyized boudoir sessions create by Alexis K Coats with wardrobe provided by Apricot Lane of Dallas. The hair and makeup is by Jill of #Glambition. Each session represented something different. Ciara with Bridal Boudoir. Jolesa with Strength, and now we have Jenna serving use that Bohemian realness.
For Jenna we wanted to give a more sultry sexy. Jill opted for huge crimped hair and makeup that really made her blue eyes pop. In her first outfit Alexis dressed Jenna is a 90’s esque full length white lace dress. On her shoulders drapes a beautiful black embroidered kimono.
As far as accessories go the motto was, “Too much is never enough.” Alexis had her rocking the stone bangles and dripped crystal pendants around her neck.
However if you really want the details of what she wore be sure to check out our post on How to Style a Bridal Boudoir Shoot. I believe this will come in handy for you regardless if you're getting married or not.
Three Things You Can Learn from Jenna
1. It’s okay to be nervous.
Jenna was really nervous about her session because she doesn’t model and has never done boudoir. However, she did place her trust in myself and Alexis, who also models. Alexis gave Jenna very detailed instruction to help her out and ease her fears. She even gave her some excercises to practice at home for her next photo shoot.
2. It’s Okay to Take Control.
Believe it or not Jenna's eyelashes are 100% organic. She takes such good care of them and doesn’t let anyone, but herself, touch her eyelashes. Sometimes ladies are scared to speak up, but what I liked about Jenna is what she wasn’t and was able to verbalize what she does and does not want to do. If you don't feel comfortable or have an idea that better suits you don't be scared to speak up because your photographer wants you to feel as comfortable as possible.
Jenna may have been nervous but you would have never noticed because she took the time and listened to us and own her photos. Like Jolesa, Jenna listened with intent so she was able to pull off some of the mose beautiful pictures. When you take the time and listen to your photographer about posing and how to do the poses your photos will come out amazing.
Without further ado here are Jenna’s photos.
I hope today’s post helped you understand how to prep for your session and gave your style ideas for your next boudoir session.
If you’re in the Dallas Fort Worth area and want to have a boudoir session please check out our investment page and contact us to schedule a time to speak regarding your session!
In the comments below please let use know which one the two looks was your favorite?
A beautiful Boudoir Session at Joshua Tree in California.