As a designer, creative director, and social media maven, Marissa Webb knows a thing or two about being in the spotlight. Though she leads an incredibly busy life helming two brands in New York, Webb always manages to look clean, crisp, and chic on camera.
We thought she would be the perfect person to consult about the best pieces to wear to look more photogenic. Webb had a lot of wisdom to offer on what colors, prints, and shapes look best on camera—and which ones you should probably avoid.
Keep scrolling for Marissa Webb’s guide on what to wear to always look good in photos!
Bright, clean colors always catch the eye.
Maison Margiela Chunky Knit Alpaca Pullover ($965)
Banana Republic Textured Sleeveless Turtleneck ($50)
Bold, graphic patterns work better on camera than small-scale stripes or tiny micro-prints.
Oftentimes, less is more; go for less complicated looks, with more elegant and streamlined silhouettes.
Often, if you wear too many dark pieces, the details get lost.
Mason by Michelle Mason Pleated Iridescent Skirt ($448)
The right full silhouettes in skirts and pants add a nice amount of drama.
Alexa Chung for AG Laura High-Rise Corduroy Trousers ($225)