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From the dictionary, “boudoir” is a French term from the late 1700s used for a woman’s
dressing room, bedroom or private sitting room derived from the verb “bouder”
meaning “to pout”. Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/boudoir
Now, a great deal of “boudoir” is created in the photographer’s studio or in
luxury hotel suites, where it has become very fashionable to create a set of sensual
images for women in “boudoir style”. This often takes the shape of partially clothed
images or images in lingerie, and has become more than just a passing fad for brides
to surprise their future husbands. Although in the past there were many negative
connotations associated with boudoir photography, in recent years the trend has
quickly gained momentum, and the entire look of boudoir photography has begun to
evolved into highly fashionable, tasteful, sensual portraits!
Bridal boudoir photography is becoming particularly popular. Brides often have an
album of boudoir-style photographs made as a present for their soon-to-be husbands.
Boudoir photographs given as an anniversary gift is also a common theme. Source:
At BlueFlair, our boudoir clients have ranged in age from 21 through 62! Whether the
reason was for a suprise gift for their beloved, because they achieved their weight loss
goal, or just because they wanted to feel sexy and create a memory, those who have
chosen a boudoir session always have a great time, have an improved self-image afterward and even find themselves showing off their photos!
So what about the guys? Playfully called “DudeOir”, there is an increasing demand for
men to have something similar to female boudoir photography. Low-slung jeans, open
or no shirt, masculine poses… men are finding that tasteful “DudeOir” is a really
special treat FOR their sweetheart… or for social networking to FIND a sweetheart!
If you are considering a boudoir session, summer is the perfect time: Skin glows a bit
more, the natural lighting is gorgeous, and lasts longer, plus, you’ll have your album or prints in plenty of time for the holiday gift-giving!