Photography

The Pinnacle of Photography Fashion for Newborns

Recently it seems that newborns have all the luck when it comes to cool clothes that are fashion-forward. We love seeing little ones in vanguard swaddlers, high fashioned headbands that tout gorgeous blossoms and too-cool tutus that turn heads even at the grocery store. Today’s fashions for little kids are unlike anything in history and what’s even better is the fact that we have the technology to capture that style and make some great memories in the process… enter the infant photo shoot.

Moms and Dads love to chronicle as many special moments as they can and the photography industry has adjusted to suit their needs. Photographers world wide are all about capturing the essence of their smallest subjects from birth through graduation and every moment in between. Here are some of the trends we love when it comes to photographing the small wonders we adore:

Hats. Nothing tops a great hat, and tiny chapeaus are endearing in pictures, not to mention an all-around useful accessory to keep tiny noggins warm.

Bloomers. A bottom up wins hands down with little girls outfits that include these puffy pantaloons—super cute and they make for some great shots that photographers adore.

Costumes. Anne Geddes made them famous and we all love the look, whether it’s a peapod or a daisy, a baby angel, or a watermelon, costumes for newborns are photo pleasers every time.

Uniforms. Take them out to the ballgame… in real style. Little jerseys and caps that tout the family’s favorite team can be turned into shots that are framed for prosperity. Some photographers even offer faux athletic cards with your little one’s depiction.

Tutus. Fluffy, puffy, and oh-so fun. Need we say more?

Make your little one’s photo shoot phenomenal and add some cool baby fashion that will make those memories even more unforgettable. Some day, we promise, you will look back and smile.

By Ashley Justice from My Baby Clothes dot com.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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