As a blogger I know how annoying it can be when you can’t think of blog post ideas to publish on your site; it can make you feel untalented and you can start to really lose confidence, but no fear, I’ve compiled a list of lots of different blog post ideas for fashion bloggers, but I’m going to create similar lists for beauty and lifestyle bloggers . If I’ve done my own version of the post I’ll link it so that it may act as even more inspiration. Happy blogging!
- Monthly wishlists
- Specific brand wishlist (Chanel, Topshop, HUDA Beauty etc)
- Item wishlist (designer shoes, designer bags etc)
- Monthly favourites
- Seasonal favourites
- What’s trending right now? (fur coats, the colour burgundy etc)
- Style icon (who are they? Why do they inspire you?)
- Controversial current fashion news (size zero models etc)
- Why it’s important to find your signature style
- What NOT to wear to… (a festival, a wedding etc)
- Throwback to a childhood outfit
- How your style has changed
- Hauls (Primark, Topshop, ASOS etc)
- Trends you can’t commit to
- Your favourite bloggers
- How to style… (tulle skirt, white jeans in winter etc)
- An outfit on a budget (under £50, under £100 etc)
- An iconic look on a budget (Chanel, Breakfast At Tiffany’s etc)
- Outfit diaries (date night, day out with friends etc)
- How to travel in style
- Save/splurge (winter coats, OTK boots etc)
If you like this post please comment down below and I’ll create another!
Love Chloe x
The Ultimate Guide To The Perfect Flatlay
How To Feel Confident On Camera
The Reality Of Blogging
How I Edit My Instagram Photos
…when you’re broke and can’t hire a photographer. That was the full intended title for this post anyway, but I thought that might be a tad too long. In this post I’m going to be talking about what life is really like for a small scale blogger when I can’t just splash the cash and immediately follow every trend or hire a professional photographer to take my outfit photos.
I’m currently in my final year of sixth form (the last year of schooling in Britain) and of course the work is tough. I do subjects that require an awful lot of work, especially textiles which is mainly coursework based, and I often receive the question, ‘how do you fit your blog in?!’.
Feeling confident on camera is something I’m learning to do, I’m not going to lie I haven’t found it very easy, but I’m going to share some pieces of wisdom I’ve picked up along the way. As someone who isn’t overly body confident having to take multiple photos in outfits where the main focus was on my body and what I was wearing I wasn’t really a fan. I’ve been known to go over and over photos after a photoshoot, scrutinising every detail until I hate every single one. Obviously that’s not a good way to go about things and I saw that I needed to try and work on it.
I admit that I haven’t perfected the art of taking a flatlay, like a lot of things to do with blogging and the photography that comes with it, I’m still learning. However I have collected together a few tips and tricks to boost up your flatlay game and show off your products in the best way possible.