Your pose is just as important as what you are wearing and good lighting when it comes to the popular social media app – and confidence is KEY when getting the perfect vogue. We’ve been stalking enough fashion influencers and celebs to know what works – and what doesn’t. We created a guide to let you know the best of the best, and what to avoid. Check it out below.
DO: Look Over The Shoulder
This stature is timeless, and always looks like you’re photo-ready, but never trying to hard. It’s perfect for showing off a detailed or low back, and easily brings the double clicks.
DON’T: Hide your neck
Don’t put your neck too low, or you’ll have a floating head. Show off your profile – including your neck!
DO: I think there is something on the ground
No shame in this! Acting as though there is something on the ground will give you a natural step and add length with your leg popped.
DON’T: Make it too extra
If natural is what you are going for – keep it natural. Looking at the ground and posing is already pretty unnatrual – so don’t make it extra unless that is the kind of thing you are going for.
DO: I’m so busy I’m posting from my car
Raising the phone over you in the car is the perfect way to showcase your look. It adds a sense of mystery and shows you are a #bossgirl on the go.
DON’T: Make it all about the car
Luxury cars are amazing, but unless you want to showcase the car in the post – no one needs to know. Keep it about what you are wearing, and less about what you’re driving.
DO: The post-hair flip
We can’t always catch some wind in our hair – but we can get the aftermath of a hair flip, which is sexy, tasteful and fun.
DON’T: Overdo it
You want to look like you just pushed your hair off you or were adjusting, not like you’re head bobbing at a rock concert!
DO: I’m relaxing, but I look good.
Waiting for an Uber has its perks – like getting a good photo. Whether you’re sitting on a curb, relaxing on a balcony chair, or sitting on some steps outside your BFF’s apartment – you’re guaranteed to get a good shot.
DON’T: Make it look like work
This is supposed to be a carefree chill look – so unless you’re Giselle (who can TOTALLY get away with this), don’t be over dramatic or put in too much work.