Dress the part

The way you dress can make a big difference in the final result. Choose an outfit that is appropriate for your job and industry. In some cases that may be a suit, a cute dress, or even just jeans and a t-shirt. If you aren’t sure you probably won’t regret dressing up just a little.

Choose clothes that fit well

This might sound obvious but you should always wear clothes that fit well. Avoid anything that’s too baggy or too tight. Also avoid necklines that are too high or too low. V-necks are usually a good option as they elongate your neck and create a more balanced look. It’s probably best to avoid sleeveless shirts unless you absolutely love your arms.

Stick to solids

Busy patterns and prints can be distracting so it’s best to stick with solid colours. Neutral tones like black, beige, and white are always safe but don’t be afraid to add a pop of colour. A bright accessory or a coloured shirt can add personality. Just be sure to choose a colour that complements your skin tone and doesn’t clash with the background of your photos.

Go easy on the makeup

Wear makeup if you normally wear makeup but don’t go overboard, you still want to look like yourself. Pimples and other blemishes are easily removed in photoshop so there’s no need to try to cover everything.

Be yourself

Feel free to break the rules! It’s important to choose an outfit that makes you feel confident and reflects your style. So if you have a favourite outfit, wear it!