Getting a good picture is an art in itself. Because of course, you always shine when you smile your teeth. But do your clothes also shine a bit? Sometimes it turns out that a piece of clothing looks great on the hanger and in the fitting room, but is not very flattering in the photo. And you definitely want to prevent that, especially at a party where you know that a lot of photos are taken.

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These tips will make sure you get it right with your clothes once and for all for a snap. Bring that lens on. Wearing a white blouse without seeing your bra through it?

Choose clothing with one basic color
Certain patterns can make you look a bit fuller than you actually are. With a blouse, shirt, sweater, pants, or skirt in one basic color, you are always in the right place: this makes your body stand out best.

Avoid busy prints
Prints can also create the illusion that you look wider than you actually are. And they steal the attention of what it’s all about in a photo: your face! If you think basic but boring, choose vertical stripes as a print.

Don’t
wear oversized or very tight clothes. It looks so nice on the catwalk model: that boyfriend blouse or jeans. But in reality, it is quite disappointing once around your body. Dito for dresses that fit terribly tight. Go safe: wear clothes that are between oversized and tight.

Wear dark colors
Light colors will look beautiful on you, but with a dark outfit you really stand out in a photo. Dark fabrics flatter your figure and do not become bizarrely bright due to that flash. Unlike when you wear a candy cane pink lacquer skirt, to name just one example.

Try a square neckline
A round and V-neckline looks good on everyone, so you can’t go wrong with that. But do you want to cover up your breasts a bit? Then go for a shirt or dress with a square neck. If you want to go strapless, it is good to realize that it can make your shoulders look a bit wider. Also, only go for that look if you don’t feel uncomfortable showing off some cleavage.

Rather go for classic than hip
Trends come and go, but style remains. We love to experiment with fashion, but outfits that you know will look good anyway are preferred if you need to be photographed. By wearing clothes that are timelessly elegant, you will never regret your choice of clothing when you see the photo later.

Do not wear transparent clothes
Many a female celebrity has already made a mistake with this: wearing a transparent item, with the result that because of that persistent flash there was more to see than intended. Just don’t take the risk. Not even with fashion tape, which you can use to tape things off. It seldom turns out charming.