You can bring any outfits or clothing items you like, especially items that make you feel comfortable. However, some clothes and colors photograph better than others. Patterns, logos, and words tend to be more distracting sometimes. But, depending on the overall outfit and location, the outfit may work and show off exactly who you are. So when in doubt, bring it just to be safe. As a general rule, solid colors photograph much better than patterns. Bring a combination of solid colors that stand out. Not all dark colors look good on every skin tone, so bringing a variety of colors is a good idea, if you are unsure. I take senior photos all times of the year, which obviously come with some different clothing options. When you think summer, think bright colors. When you think fall or winter, think bold but more muted colors. Neutral colors such as browns, grays and blacks may be a little boring by themselves, but, if you mix them with other colors and layers, it can really complement the outfit. Dark jeans are always recommended and look good with just about any top. Bing a couple of your favorite pairs, so you have options. Boots, accessories, scarves, hats, jewelry, etc. add depth, texture and character to your look. Adding that little extra something can make a photo go from boring to interesting.
Also keep in mind that showing too much skin can be distracting. Bringing a few tank tops is fine, but remember to bring a variety of tops. Bringing a dressy outfit or something more formal is always a good idea. You could also consider an outfit related to your sports or other activities. Uniforms or letterman jackets often make great additions. Props could include instruments, balls, guitars or anything you’d like to incorporate into your photos.