boudoir (/ˈbuːdwɑːr/; French: [bu.dwaʁ]) is a woman's private sitting room or salon in a furnished accommodation, usually between the dining room and the bedroom, but can also refer to a woman's private bedroom. The term derives from the French verb bouder (to sulk or pout) or adjective boudeur (sulking)—the room was originally a space for sulking in, or one to put away or withdraw to.[1]

The term "boudoir" may also be ascribed to a genre of photography. Boudoir photography is not generally a new concept and numerous examples including images of Clara BowMae West and Jean Harlow photographed in a boudoir style from the 1920s through the 1940s.

Typically shot in a photographer's studio or luxury hotel suites, it has become fashionable to create a set of sensual or sexually suggestive images of women (and occasionally men and couples) in indoor "boudoir style" environments. The most common manifestation of contemporary boudoir photography is to take variations of candid and posed photographs of the subject partly clothed or in lingerie. Nudity is more often implied than explicit. 

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Big Boudie

- $500

- 1 Hour of Shooting Time

- Private Location

- Creatively Edited Images

- High Resolution Digital Files

- 30 Day Sharing Gallery

- Print Release

- Keepsake Little Black Book Album

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Little Boudie

- $375

- 1 Hour of Shooting Time

- Private Location

- Creatively Edited Images

- High Resolution Digital Files

- 30 Day Sharing Gallery

- Print Release