Client Spotlight | Fayetteville TN Boudoir

Client Spotlight | Miss K

When K first reached out about her dream boudoir session in the Spring, she let me know that she wanted to feel beautiful in her own skin, be sexy, confident, and classy and that’s just what we did.

After her session, we were eating lunch and she told me her story. This woman is so strong and I am so proud of her for realizing she deserved better. I hope you always remember that K.


Age: 25

Why did you choose Whitney Browning Boudoir for your session?

Being a member of the Facebook group, I saw her photos and read her posts. I liked how encouraging she was and knew I would be comfortable with her as my photographer.

Did you have any obstacles or fears about your session?

Nerves were definitely present at first, but not for long!

Did anything change about the way you see your own beauty / sexuality / body confidence as a result of this session?

After having children, my chest size shrunk. I've always had a small chest, but after that, I felt I had no chest at all and looked disproportionate. Now, I realize that having a smaller chest doesn't make me un-sexy and I've come to appreciate other parts of my body, like my prominent collar bone and "beauty marks", too.

What was your favorite part of the experience and why?

Not to get all gloomy here, but after being in an abusive marriage, I had no self confidence. The session helped me appreciate myself again.

How did you feel DURING your session?

Fabulous 😊

How did you feel seeing your images for the first time?

Shocked that the lady in the images was me!

Would you ever do another session?


Do you have any advice for women interested in booking a boudoir session?

Don't be afraid to invest in yourself! There's no shame in taking care of your well being.

Did you enjoy working with me? (Be honest!)

Absolutely! You are so down to earth!

Anything else you'd like to share?

Ladies, you're worthy. Don't let anyone convince you otherwise 😘❤️

I admired her
not for her smile,
though it was beautiful.
Not for her eyes,
though they shone brightly.

I admired her
for the battle scars
and war wounds
that she displayed
proudly for the world to see.

I admired her for her strength
and her courage
— S. Marie
Whitney Browning