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The Perfect Engagement Outfit

Hurtienne Photography

Hunting for the perfect engagement outfit, or two, or three? This beautiful engagement shoot features 5 fashion friendly outfits that you might just fall in love with.
For her engagement shoot Amanda chose all Free People pieces to work with. Bringing only a few pairs of shoes, easy slips, and dresses to mix and match. All these easy transitions ensured she’d have a smooth, no fuss day with plenty of outfit choices. To keep it simple, they made sure Sean wore a neutral palette that would compliment all of Amanda’s outfits. See all the looks in detail in the full gallery here, captured by The Soft Season.

black and white polka dot dress

walking through the woods

Engagement Outfit Ideas

Amanda left a few pieces the same throughout the shoot including a Terracotta Lace Halter Bra and her usual jewelry finds- a studded bangle, a few midi rings and a low maintenance nude manicure. Both Amanda and Sean’s outfits pull the same color story, making a perfect match without the "matchy matchy" element.
Second look: This look brought in some casual combat boots to pair with a high low gauze dress (above, in first image). By pairing her light and airy dress with a more rugged Steve Madden Troopa boot, Amanda’s outfit has a cool and effortless edge. Sean opted for a long sleeve Henley, and added a boutonniere to bring their look together.
Third look: This lilac Tattered Up Shred Slip made for an easy quick change. Amanda sticks to earth tones in her day to day wardrobe and makeup, so adding a gem color to her lips was a great change for her.

tattered purple dress

vintage table with floral centerpieces

wildflower and succulent bouquet

Steal Amanda's Look

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Fourth look: Simple chic is the name of Amanda’s game. Popping Free People’s Ruffle Tunic right on top of the Tattered Up Shred Slip and changing into a Sam Edelman ankle boot made you look twice at the slip you just saw peeking out from underneath. The light chiffon ruffles were a perfect choice to equate with the river backdrop.
Last look: Ending the day on a serious high note. In this jaw dropping Free People Exclusive, Amanda wasn't shy about showing it off (below, last image). The Goth meets flower goddess dress was bought a few years ago on an impulse. When putting together looks for these photos, we knew no matter how extravagant, we would make this dress work. What a perfect way to show it off in the first of many monumental photos for this couple.

overlooking the river

free people dress

flower child dress

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FlowersInk + Peat
PhotographyGrace and Jaden Photography
RentalsSomething Borrowed PDX
StylistKat Cook
Wedding DressesFree People@freepeople