I’ve had more than my share of creative jobs: fashion designer, product manager, salesperson, invitation designer, marketing manager, and martial arts instructor. Today, I’m adding fashion blogger to the list, knowing full well that there may be as many as 2 million of us, already.
Why? Well, I’ve been reading fashion blogs daily for about two years now, and as much as I enjoy a glimpse into the New York Fashion Week runway shows, or the celebrity style shots, or blogger posts from beautiful sun-kissed cities, I can’t relate.
Here in the suburbs of the Northeast, we have ice storms in the spring, gravel driveways that shred shoes, and a constant need to be in two places at once. Brick-and-mortar shopping is limited, and the stores that do exist often stock more basic styles.
Style Challenges Your Favorite Fashion Blogger Hasn’t Addressed
So what’s a fashionista living on a hobby farm to do? I’ve started learning the technical skills (bear with me) required to become a fashion blogger, and share the journey of my search for style. You can find me here, on Instagram or on Pinterest. Get in touch by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by commenting below.
My first question? What are the top three style challenges that have not been addressed enough by fashion bloggers? Mine are that I’m:
- Looking for high value/low-cost
Hope to connect soon,