{What To Wear Wednesday} – Placer, El Dorado & Sacramento County Photographer

Have you seen that Geico commercial with the camel running around the office asking everyone “what day is it?”  – It’s hump day. I swear Geico has come up with the most entertaining commercials over the year. Don’t get me wrong, I love the gecko, but I am a softie for the pig! LOL. I have a girl in my office who acts as the camel in this commercial, asking everyone what day it is – and the famous “Mike, Mike, Mike, Mike, Mike” line. It’s actually quite hilarious – and it definitely makes the middle of the week feel a little lighter and ready to get over the hump of the week.  I am also posting that commercial here for anyone who HASN’T seen it. It’s pretty funny.

What I really came here for was to introduce som great outfit ideas for your photo shoot. A LOT of people have questions on what to wear, and of course everyone has their own styles, but it’s always nice to get a few ideas. Also, if you aren’t familiar with and have an obsession with outfit ideas from Pinterest, like myself, then you can play with making your OWN outfit ideas.  Polyvore even allows you to choose items from other websites – kinda like Pinterest, but giving you a clipping button, allowing you to grab those shoes or that specific jacket that you want to build your outfit around! LOVE it.

Here are a few outfit ideas for a lovebird session – inspired by Pantone –Pantone, Inc. is the authority on color, provider of color systems and leading technology for accurate communication of color.

Newsday just posted an article saying, “With colored gemstones’ popularity on the rise, jewelry lovers look for the right shades to finish the year in style.”  You can check out that article HERE

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