Did you know there are only 4 days left until Fall arrives?
That means it’s time to do those family photos that you and your loved ones will treasure for years to come.
However, there is one thing that might stand in the way of your favorite photoshoot — what to wear.
So if you’re still not sure on how to plan for this family focused event, keep reading because I have a short list of fall family photo outfits you can use this year!
And did I mention that each outfit includes a print?
A Fall Family Photo Outfit Idea For Mom
To the mom reading this, I am intentionally talking about your outfit first.
Why? Because as moms, we tend to put ourselves last without thinking twice.
So let this challenge you to start with yourself first for change. I mean, the truth is that if mom is happy, everyone is happy. Plus you owe it to yourself to feel confident in these family photos too!
Now, my suggestion for any mom is to go with a long-sleeve floral dress this fall.
Not only is it a piece of clothing that adds versatility to your wardrobe but it’s also a flattering look for women of any size! That’s a win-win!
You can pair this dress with your favorite fall shoes.
Right now, my fall go-tos are the taupe thigh-high boots in the photos below.
A Fall Family Photo Outfit Idea For Dad
Ok, let’s now focus on the significant others in our lives.
They don’t have to be match us exactly! I mean, just because you’re married doesn’t mean either of you lose your identity. So why should your photos reflect that?
In our case, my husband wore his favorite khaki slacks with a colorful plaid shirt from Old Navy.
A Fall Family Photo Outfit Idea For Your Kid
We kept the print theme going and dressed our baby girl in the cutest floral set from TJ Maxx.
Now, I don’t have a son BUT if I did, I would purchase the look below from TJ Maxx to keep with the print theme.
In conclusion, with the chaos and busyness of everyday life, I’ve learned that I have to be intentional about capturing every moment with my family.
So yes, family photos may seem like an unnecessary expense, and “doing the most.” However, it’s a great way to capture moments in time and treasure them for years to come!
When are you taking your Fall family photos this year?