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Styling Your Family's Christmas Photos

Ah, I know that putting together outfits for your family's Christmas Photos can feel overwhelming and leave you wondering where to even start, but I'm going to walk you through how to choose a color palette for your photos and then use patterns and accessories to bring your outfits together!


This blog post will be especially helpful if you're looking to 'shake things up' from the classic red and green holiday colors. One of the advantages of choosing a more versatile color palette is that your family photos won't be limited to just 'Christmas'. This blog post will walk you through color palettes that can easily achieve both a holiday look as well as a timeless family portrait that can hang in your home year round.

 

The overall goal of styling your session is to give your images a feeling of "togetherness" without necessarily matching. You can accomplish this by first choosing a solid color, then incorporating a variety of neutral tones that complement your base color.


Let's break this down:

Base Color (Forest Green, Navy Blue, Burgundy, etc.)

Neutrals (White, Denim, Beige, Camel, etc.)

Accessories (Boots, Hats, Scarves, Jackets, etc.)


The images below are examples of different styling options with a variety of color palettes. I hope this makes coordinating your outfits easier, inspires you to get creative with your colors, and have fun mixing & matching!


 

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Forest Green Color Palette for Family Photos (what to wear to Christmas Family Photos)

Navy Blue Color palette for Family Photos (What to wear to Christmas Family Photos)

Neutral Color Palette for Family Photos (what to wear to Christmas Family Photos)

Burgundy Color Palette for Family Photos (what to wear to christmas family photos)

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