HOW TO WORK IT AT WORK: Wedding Photographers

Wedding season is fast approaching and with all of the upcoming nuptials filling up your work calendar, we thought we’d help you out by curating staple pieces to fill up your closet (and some tips for dressing the part) that are (like our straps) both fashionable and functional for the work you have ahead of you.

How to work it at work: wedding photographers | Fotostrap Blog

We chose pieces that can achieve a totally chic look without sacrificing too many of your day-to-day fashion go-to’s. These pieces aren’t ones you have to set aside in your closet as “work outfits” either. Yes, they are some unassuming pieces when coupled with practical shoes and understated accessories, but pair the Sonnet James midi dress with a leather jacket and your favorite heels or the Anthro jumpsuit with some platform wedges and you’ve got some night-on-the-town looks that WILL turn heads.


1. Fotostrap 

Available in four styles, these personalize-able camera straps up your photography game and give you the opportunity to customize with YOUR business logo. Not only are they crafted in the USA, but for every strap purchased, FOTO gives 10% of the proceeds to nonprofit, Fotolanthropy.

2. Anthropologie Millie Striped Jumpsuit

This lightweight jumpsuit is ideal for events. Easy to dress up, mix and match with accessories, meet the perfect addition to your work capsule wardrobe.

3. Modcloth Blossoming Confidence Maxi Dress

The radiant floral print of this black maxi dress shines a light on your authentic boldness, giving you the flexibility to do your job well while looking your best.

4. Sonnet James May Dress in Black

Classic design meets a playful purpose; this Sonnet James play dress is as adorable as it is functional. 

5. Madewell Frances Loafer

Made of rich leather, these slip-ons are such a no-brainer for work (but we'll be popping them on for the weekend too).

6. Free People Royale Flat

Leather booties that are sure to add chic to any outfit.

7. J. Crew Cyprus Sandals

These minimal sandals make a statement without making a fuss.


BE COURTEOUS: The only thing flashy about you should be your camera. This should go without saying, but it is crucial to present yourself in a manner that is both professional and understated as a photographer. Your job is to observe and capture your clients’ and their guests’ moments, not create attention for yourself.

BE COMFORTABLE: The day will require all sorts of weird angles and positions from you so don’t let your wardrobe keep you from getting that mantel-worthy shot. If you wear a dress, wear one that’s long and flowy or knee length and stretchy. Wear a bandeau or camisole under your dress or shirt so you don’t make the groomsmen blush when you bend over to get something out of your camera bag. And last, but not least: wear comfortable and practical shoes. Flats are a long-day-at-work’s best friend. But seriously, dress smart for the day ahead of you. Don’t let “sexy” or “cute” get in the way of you doing your job.

BE YOU: Being not-flashy, professional, and comfortable doesn’t mean you have to wear something you hate. As an extension of your brand, every way that you present yourself (fashion included) says a lot about the business you run. By being professional without being traditional, the outfits you choose to work in are actually great ways to showcase your creativity. Choose pieces that say what you want them to say about your business, your professionalism, and your art.

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