Tag: Blogger

When in Roam – An Original inspired by the Tod’s Campaign #ChiaraLovesTods

Godere della vita! That’s “enjoy life” in Italian, if you were unsure. I was inspired by Tod’s recent ad campaign with Chiara Ferragni for a collection featuring bags, moccasins, and effortless class. When you’re young, maybe with a streak of rebellion (if you’re lucky), you tend to be less afraid of things. Maybe you’re not, and you’re a shy person,…

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Envy-Inducing Fashion: Kristina Bazan of Kayture

This is a warning: if you get severe outfit-envy, then turn back now—because Kristina Bazan, of the originally Swiss blog Kayture, has a seriously butt-kicking wardrobe. We’re talking bold accessories in every hue, sporty outerwear, and even a patterned-print cape or two. Founded in 2011, Kristina Bazan has turned Kayture into one of the most internationally well-known blogs out there.…

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Female Has Face Photoshoped Over 20 Times to Showcase Multiple Beauty Standards

Blogger, journalist and freelancing reporter, Esther Honig, shines a light on how the standards of unattainable beauty vary. While working on a small start up as a media manager, Honig came up with a before and after segment to further examine this revelation. To set up this endeavor, Honig used freelancing platforms, like Fiverr, to contract 40 individuals from over…

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8 Tips for first time bloggers – 8 is key!

Blogging is something that has grown in popularity in recent years. People have a lot to say, and thanks to the internet, they now have a variety of platforms that enable them to share their opinions with like-minded individuals. You can blog about anything you wish, just find your passion. Here are some tips to make your blogging experience a success: 1. Find a platform- Wordpress, Blogger, Tumblr, etc. Explore the different sites a little bit, and decide which one works best for you. 2. Define your passion- Find something you enjoy talking about and know a lot about. Make sure this topic is clear when people visit your blog. People want to know what they can expect to read about, before they invest time in exploring. Will your blog focus on fashion, photography, food, or writing? Whatever it may be, it’s best to focus on one subject to keep readers coming back consistently. 3. Be consistent- Figure out a posting schedule that will work for you. Although quantity is important, quality always trumps quantity. If publishing once a…

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