Monday, 21 May 2012

one direction.

Inconsistency - the state of blogging every 3 weeks is tragic, I know.

Three (3) weeks amounts to 10000000 years in bloggersphere.

Which led me to thinking, maybe I am not cut for blogging? 

I've noticed a trend, as long as bloggers are consistently blogging, in whatever path they've chosen; food, fashion, beauty etc - whether I agree or disagree with their taste, style, writing and so forth - they seem to make the cut and make themselves known in the industry. Good on them.

I sometimes find it difficult to (feasibly) do the following:
1. Who has the time to take photos of my outfits every time?
2. Do fashion bloggers "really" wear heels throughout the day?
3. I'd normally dress up for night time events - how can I capture them in beautiful lighting?
4. Where can I conveniently find a nice location for a photoshoot with trees and leaves and grass every time?
5. How can you have photoshoots when you work 5 days a week, comes home after dark and juggle a social life on weekends?

These are the questions I battle with before I can become a successful fashion blogger. I welcome any tips from fellow bloggers.

For now, I shall leave you with shots in my car park!

Shirt - Wayne Cooper 
Pants - green palazzo wide leg pants from Asos
Bag -  brown zara tote
Accessories-  brown fur collar (I'd love to say faux), CC Skye studded bracelet (black), random orange studded bracelet, Mimco chain bracelet and 3 x Asos Spike rings.



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  3. love your style! Depends on how big your bathroom is, I would say take night time outfit shots there ...they say that bathroom lighting is better than most other lighting in your house (especially if you have white walls/tiles. I would love to add you to my blogroll, if you don't mind of course? xo CCD

    1. Amazing advice! Thank you so much. I am trying to improve on my blogging and hopefully learn more from fellow bloggers - one thing for sure I'd need to dedicate more time and effort.

      Would you recommend Wordpress? I'm not very good with web design and I desperately need to update my blog :(

      And of course, I'd love to be a part of your blogroll :)

  4. You're very welcome!

    I would absolutely recommend wordpress! It's very user friendly/easy to navigate. I am using the free edition at the moment (dot com), but will eventually transfer to or an independent server once I've saved up some money to register a domain name. One of the best things about wordpress, is that you can transfer your whole blog onto a separate server, with your own domain name quite easily.

    There are many free layouts to use on Wordpress too

    Always happy to help out a fellow blogger xo



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