People love to post photos of themselves and of other things like pretty flowers. But what if you combined them into one photo? Whether you have a bouquet or a flower you found in nature, there’s a way to incorporate it into your next social media post. If you’re not quite sure how to do it, we listed some poses inspired by these ladies.
If you ever get the opportunity to walk at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, take cues from Kelsey Merritt. This half candid, half emotional photo is perfect with her pink bouquet. This pose also works for other milestone surprises like getting a new job or making it to the end of the week unscathed.
A few hours before her wedding, Martine Cajucom posted a photo with her beautiful bouquet. She leaned against a wall and looked into the distance with flowers in hand. You don’t need to be getting married to pull this off. Just buy yourself some flowers and have your BFF snap some shots because why not?
Nadine Lustre loves roses and if you do too, this is how you can show it off on IG. While on vacation, who doesn’t want to casually get cozy on the floor while watching some flicks? While you’re at it, grab some flowers to add some effect. Place one in a jar and use the other to hide your face.
Flowers don’t always come in the form of a bouquet or a single rose, they can be boxed too. So, the next time you receive blooms packaged in a clear box, show them off like Sue Ramirez. Plus points if the flowers are different colors.
Switch up your regular beach photos with inspiration from Arci Muñoz. Find a colorful flower that just so happens to match your bikini and get posing. Make the flower the center of attention while still looking cute.
You don’t have to be holding flowers for them to be part of your photos. If you happen to be walking around and you come across some in their natural habitat, utilize it. Use it as your backdrop and start to blend in like Kim Jones.
Art by Marian Hukom
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