The Three Biggest Myths About Doing a Boudoir Session

The Three Biggest Myths About Doing a Boudoir Session

Boudoir photography is a beautiful and empowering experience that can be enjoyed by women of all ages and sizes. However, there are some myths out there that can prevent women from taking the plunge and scheduling a session.

Here are the three biggest myths about doing a boudoir session:

  1. You need to be a certain size or shape to do a boudoir session. This is simply not true! Boudoir photography is about celebrating your beauty and embracing your body, regardless of your size or shape. Boudoir is the perfect way to embark on a journey to feeling more confident in your skin. And no – you do NOT need to lose weight before your session.
  2. Boudoir photography is only for women who want to be sexy. Boudoir photography can be about anything you want it to be! It doesn’t matter if you want to feel confident and beautiful, feminine and powerful or soft and sexy. A boudoir session is a great way to embrace all of those feelings. You don’t have to be sexy or even naked to do a boudoir session. You can simply wear clothes that make you feel good and that show off your unique personality.
  3. Boudoir photography is only for women who are in a relationship. Again, this is not true! Boudoir photography is for women of all relationship statuses. Whether you are single, in a relationship, or married, boudoir photography is a great way to celebrate whoever you are at this stage in your life’s journey. Don’t let these bogus myths sway you away from having one of the most powerful experiences you could ever have.


Get in touch! We can set you up for a free consultation and answer any questions you may have. Let’s get started on planning the boudoir photoshoot experience of your dreams.

Karice Danae is an award winning, published boudoir & beauty photographer based in Roswell, Georgia about 20 minutes north of Atlanta.

Her work can seen in issues of Looks Like Film, Toffee & Honey, Retro Lovely Magazine, True Self Magazine and Venus Cult Magazine.