Marketing Look Wardrobe Samples.

[Headshot Examples by Vanie]

I’ve had a few clients ask for wardrobe samples

for each marketing look presented in one place. So, drumroll please… HERE IT IS!

Of course there are plenty more looks, but these are some of the basics.

To get a well-rounded idea of what wardrobe works best for each look, I HIGHLY recommend going through the photo samples within more articles on my blog and not relying only on this list.

Simply use the search bar on my blog to search for the looks you wrote down, and ALL the articles that feature that look will pop in!



Guy/Girl Next Door Category:


  1. Hipster
  2. Love Interest
  3. Best Friend/Sidekick
  4. Night Out
  5. Athletic


Dad/Mom Category:


  1. Blue Collar
  2. Suburban
  3. BBQ
  4. Country Club


Business Category:


  1. Helpful Employee
  2. Creative Professionalacting-headshots
  3. Casual
  4. Upscale


Edgy Category:


  1. Hero/Antihero
  2. Villain
  3. Victim/Street
  4. Urban/Hip


I love helping you by putting out this free information (often written on weekends and evenings) so please help me spread the word by commenting and or sharing this post on your social feed!🙏🏻


  1. Bradley

    Any thoughts on how to visually “age” the villain and anti-hero looks? I am exploring ideas on how to incorporate a criminal/villain type into my overall branding strategy, but am in my 40s so definitely wouldn’t be the same subtype as someone half my age. One of the great things about criminals and villains is they don’t really have an age limit like the typical hero, so they can prove to be some of the most interesting roles.

    • Vanie Poyey

      That’s exactly right Bradley and you don’t need to do any additional “aging” of the character. As long as you are authentic in your branding and are authentic in your acting, the villain and anti-hero will come across believable no matter how old you are!

  2. Bob

    Love your blogand I like to use it as an example for the theater students I shoot, especially the collages of actors in their various types.. Thank you for all the tips.

    FYI, the links to your instagram page aren’t working. I assume you may have changed your insta name between then and now, but thought I should give you a heads up.

    • Vanie Poyey

      Thanks for the heads up Bob, you are right!


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