As a fellow photographer, the criteria I have for my own shooting attire is that it must be comfortable (so I can move around), not too low cut (I don't want to have to worry about flashing a client as I bend over to get a shot), and I typically stay away from light colors (in case I need to get down on the ground, I don't want to worry about stains). For shoes I always shoot in flat shoes (or sandals in the summer - but not flip flops, something that won't fall off as I move around) and I LOVE my Tory Burch Reva flats. (Note: If you must wear heels, I think a wedge would be best as they are a bit sturdier than a regular heel.) I have worn my flats to death and didn't have any foot pain even after being on my feet all day while photographing a wedding. Plus, I always get a ton of compliments on them - they are hands down the most worn shoe in my closet so I absolutely think they are worth the money. I bought mine in my true shoe size, but like many shoes they do take a little breaking in because of the elastic at the heel.
Here are three outfits I came up with for Dawn, click on any of the photos for more info unless otherwise noted.
Click HERE for the jeans in this set.
If it's chilly Dawn could always throw on a cardigan over this top to add warmth.