The Go-To Photoshoot Poses: Winnie Harlow Edition
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The Go-To Photoshoot Poses: Winnie Harlow Edition


Are you looking for the best universal but fashionable female poses?

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The Go-To Photoshoot Poses: Winnie Harlow Edition
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If posing is tricky for you, look through this list for the best poses. Don't be scared to treat the following ideas as a starting ground: combine them and add your own twist to them!

"Block the Sun"

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Use your hand to block the sun in this easy go-to pose when you don't know what to do with your hands.

Model: Winnie Harlow

"The Flamingo"

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If you're of the "standing up and posing: persuasion, then the Flamingo pose is probably the one for you.

Model: Winnie Harlow

"The Crouching Tiger"

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There's nothing ever wrong with bending down in a photo for a low angle shot!

Model: Winnie Harlow

"Sitting"

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Sitting down for photos also helps give levels to the shot. You could also sit on your roof like Winnie did.

Model: Winnie Harlow

"The Tornado" 

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Just twirl and let that hair fly. A perfect candid photo.

Model: Winnie Harlow

"Frame Your Face"

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When you don't know what to do with your hands, frame em!

Model: Winnie Harlow

"Sky Shoot"

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Low angle shots are always cute!

Model: Winnie Harlow

"Lean Back"

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Leaning back against something is always the way to go.

Model: Winnie Harlow

"Prop it up"

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Propping it up is always cool!

Model: Winnie Harlow

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