If you have not met Olivia- this is your lucky day! She is infectious, creative and kind and her Lindale Mill Senior Session was an absolute dream.
One of the first questions I get from seniors when planning their senior session is what to wear for senior pictures. Olivia did a FANTASTIC job of utilizing every bit of that advice.
Vary your Style!
Olivia’s wardrobe was across the spectrum: dramatic, one-of-a-kind, fun + flirty, spirited and casual and cozy.
Choose your color pallet.
Olivia put so much thought into planning her senior session- down to the most minute detail. Each outfit had a designated jewelry plan and there was an overall color pallet that gave her entire session a cohesiveness. This makes a HUGE difference when creating a gallery, storyboard or album during your ordering session.
My favorite detail of this entire senior session was that Olivia made her dress. As in she found shoes and had a vision for a dress that did not exist. So she found a pattern she loved, located the right fabric, and created it. I’ve already gushed about it all over Instagram because… what???? But let’s just take a moment to appreciate this goodness.
Also- how perfect is a vintage sewing machine prop for a Lindale Mill senior session?
Remember to Accesorize
All the star details here make for a fun look to show off Olivia’s spunky personality. My Bee is adamant that all elements of her wardrobe are deemed “Rockstar” and she would DIE for this one.
Olivia’s accessories game was on point. (If you haven’t taken notice of them it’s worth scrolling back.) These earrings not only match her sweatshirt and nails, but they also tie this outfit back into her previous outfits with the pops of pink.
The final detail- and it’s an easy one to miss- Olivia’s sweatshirt has her Senior Quote printed on the front. This is such a unique way to tie another element of your senior year into your senior session. They are words she clearly lives by!!!!!
My high school didn’t do senior quotes in the yearbook but I really wish they had. I would love to know what I would have said then… and how I would feel about it now.