Posts with tag: "Fashion Friday"
Saturday, August 04, 2012
By Annie
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Questions for styling your portrait session?  Contact Annie or Cindy at cindy@cindyshortphotography.com or call 970-628-4206.

Looking for a photographer in Northern Colorado for your high school senior portrait session?  Call Cindy at 970-628-4206!

 

 About the Author- Annie Dumbauld is currently the Stylist Intern for Cindy Short Photography and a Junior at Colorado State University where she is majoring in journalism. Annie's plans for the future include writing for specialized magazines, becoming a magazine editor or working in broadcasting as a news anchor.  Annie has become a leader on campus working at the freshman orientation fair, serving as an officer in her sorority and being actively involved with Panhellenic and Greek Life. She also loves working as a nanny! This Fall you can find Annie working at the information desk in CSU's Student Center. Annie loves fashion and has truly developed a style of her own.  She would love to chat about styling your high school portrait session! Contact her at 970-682-4206. 

 

 
Friday, June 22, 2012
By Annie
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Shoes can be a hard thing to pair with your outfits for your High School Senior Photo Shoot.  Sometimes they are too much or maybe you don't need to wear shoes at all. With the right pair for each outfit, shoes can add a special touch and really make a difference in your portrait. Photo 1: Aldo.com Photo 2: Photo by Tyffanny Varmaelen Photo 3: Freepeople.com Photo 4: Photo by Aboki

For example, if you're wearing a dress but want a casual look you can always go barefoot or pair the dress with boots or sandals. Perhaps you have a favorite pair of shoes but can't exactly find the right outfit to go with them. Try jeans and a simple shirt.  This can work to show off any style of shoes. Don't hesitate to bring your favorite pair of shoes to your portrait session because they can really show off your own style and personality making your high school senior photos unique!  If you have any questions or need advise on what shoes to bring to your portrait session contact Annie or Cindy at  cindy@cindyshortphotography.com or 970-420-5016

  About the Author- Annie Dumbauld is currently the Stylist Intern for Cindy Short Photography and a Junior at Colorado State University where she is majoring in journalism. Annie's plans for the future include writing for specialized magazines, becoming a magazine editor or working in broadcasting as a news anchor.  Annie has become a leader on campus working at the freshman orientation fair, serving as an officer in her sorority and being actively involved with Panhellenic and Greek Life. She also loves working as a nanny! This Fall you can find Annie working at the information desk in CSU's Student Center. Annie loves fashion and has truly developed a style of her own.  She would love to chat about styling your high school portrait session! Contact her at 970-682-4206. 

 
Friday, June 15, 2012
By Annie
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Photos from: Anthropologie

If you're going for a more casual look in your high school senior photos, consider the "Boho Spirit Style". This style brillantly mixes and matches bright colors with earth tones. Bringing a hat and accessories to your senior session adds a little something extra and gives you more variety in your images. This is a really easy style to personalize! If you have any questions or need help putting together your "Boho Spirit" Annie or Cindy would love to help!

@cindyshortphotography.com

or 

970-682-4206

 
Friday, May 25, 2012
By Annie Dumbauld
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Want to throw in a fun pop of color during your Senior Session this summer?  A new trend making it easy to do this is colored denim.  Although we resort to regular blue jeans on a day to day basis, try a pair of pants or capris that give you a spark of color to your outfit.  Really popular colors this year are bright coral, pale pink, turquoise, royal blue and sea foam green or mint green.  Stick to one color as mixing colors or adding a pattern may be too distracting in your photos.  Here are some great examples: