Whether you are a full-fledged fashion blogger or a blogger who dabbles in fashion content, it can be expensive. I know firsthand that getting regular clothes for a blog can be very expensive. It’s hard to maintain a great fashion blog, though, if you don’t have a considerable amount of new clothing coming in. Today I wanted to shed some light on how to create fashion content without breaking the bank.
Happy Valentine’s Day Beautiful Readers,
Writing this love letter has proven to be harder than I anticipated. I have so much that I want to say to you, but often it comes out as nothing at all. I am confident that I will find something to say here. Like a good play in the fourth quarter, the topic for this letter came at the last minute. I decided that I wanted to focus on self-love this year. I’m perpetually single, and I’m okay with that. I know that I’ve got to learn to love and respect myself before I expect anyone to do that for me. I don’t want to lose myself in anyone else’s dreams of who they want me to be.
Today, I wanted to share this same message with you all on this lovely Valentine’s Day. This message goes out to everyone! Self-love is critical whether you are single, in a relationship, or married. It’s so easy to lose sight of self-love in the process of living life.
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You guys I did it.
I finally hit purchase on the Leith dress after hearing about how it was perfect for all body types, on size small/medium bloggers.
Now, this is no shade to any size small/medium blogger. I follow a TON of bloggers that fall in that range, and I love checking out their pieces. I know that I usually can’t fit into a lot of their pieces, though. And I wouldn’t expect them to fit in many of the pieces I share on this blog either.
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The glitzy holidays are rapidly approaching, y’all. Christmas will be here before you know it, and the New Year is soon to follow. Can you believe that it’s already December? I can’t! November passed by in a flash, but I am excited for Christmas to finally come. I am planning to share a ton of fun presents with my family this year, and it’s always a blessing when I can give my family great gifts.
Besides gifts, one of my favorite parts of the holiday season is the fashion. There are so many sequin-laden outfits to wear this time of year. It’s the only time besides Valentine’s where it is perfectly acceptable to wear all the fun sparkles. You can seriously be head to toe sparkles, and no one is going to say anything. It’s awesome. Let’s delve into some holiday fashion inspiration
Note: Simply Be graciously sent the dress for this look for me to style, but all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.
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