Fashion Finds #4 {Central New York Photographer}

This week I had a chance to go shopping at Hobby Lobby.  What a great place that is!!  A total time sucker-upper, though.  LOL  I was surprised to see 6 aisles dedicated to Christmas decorations already.  Wow – not even Halloween yet.  I suppose it's inevitable, though.  And for photographers, having the holiday decor out now is almost a necessity.  Really!  So of course I had to pick up a few new tree ornaments.  Can never have too many, right?  🙂

After my trip there, I stopped by The Gap and Old Navy to see what they had available for holiday wear.  I'm going to be doing my kids' holiday portraits in the next week or so and want to be sure I can find things that coordinate nicely.  Of course, I have the added challenge of making sure I get something green for Christopher and something red for David.  They are such sticklers for wearing their favorite colors.  Ha ha ha   Well, I'm pleased to report that I did find a lot of items that would work well.  But now I have to go back with the boys just to be sure they will fit into the items I picked out.

And while I was there, I picked out a few items that I thought you might enjoy too!  In keeping with the holiday theme, I decided to go with a very traditional color combination of red, black, white and gray.  Notice how there are several different patterns here?  That's totally okay!!  They work well together because the colors are harmonious.  So don't be afraid to try some patterns when getting dressed for your portrait session.  It will create additional interest and make you look just that much better than you already do.  🙂


Now go back to your Halloween festivities and have a fun fall weekend.  Cuz we still have LOTS of time left before we really need to be thinking about snow and Christmas, right?  🙂

About Kim Hill

I’m passionate about my work and helping women feel comfortable in front of my lens. I want women to feel confident and sexy regardless of age or size. All women are beautiful and I'm here to help them see the beauty in themselves and the boudoir photographic experience is one step in that direction. I am dedicated to bringing a high-quality experience to the boudoir portrait session. My goal is to offer a fun yet relaxing environment where a woman can let down her guard, allowing that inner sparkle to shine. I’ve been a photographer for more than 25 years now. I started as a young child with my parents' 110 film camera, moved on to study photography in college, interned with a wedding photographer for a couple of years and then struck out on my own. I've been doing general portraits since 1998 and boudoir work since 2009. In addition to boudoir, I also offer high school senior portraits, fashion inspired sessions, and business executive head shots.
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