Alora specifically wanted snow for her senior session. I don’t blame her. That’s one of the things that makes Michigan so pretty! She officially booked her session in March, but didn’t have her session until February. That felt like a roller coaster for me. I was gone a ton in the beginning of the year (did you know I went to Japan for almost an entire month?!). Apparently it snowed a lot while I was gone. When I came back and was ready for real snow, her parents were out of town. Then we had an absolute blizzard. It was below freezing almost every day that snow was on the ground. As much as I wanted to photograph someone who really wanted snow, I wasn’t willing to do it in negative temperatures!
Even though we had to wait so long, we found a PERFECT day. It turned out amazing and I was thrilled with how easy it was to photograph her.
Let me talk about what she brought. She brought this amazing snowsuit that was everything. She paired it with rainbow sunglasses. It was the best outfit someone has picked out for a senior session in a very, very long time. I wish more seniors would be daring with this type of clothing. It was completely original and different; that is why I loved it so much.
It was awesome to meet Alora because I photographed her sister several years ago. You can see her sister’s session here. Let me know if you think they look alike!
In addition to her amazing snowsuit, she bought a pink sweater. Normally I wouldn’t get excited about a pink sweater, but between the light falling down the horizon and the snow creating a blanket and the white hat, it created the perfect image. I feel like that is my favorite aesthetic!
Spending out a personal challenge to all the seniors that will be booking this year. Wear something completely original and different. You will LOVE what we create.
PS: If you really need this snowsuit, then you can find it here. Described as “Epic style that never quits.”
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