It is essential for every blogger to work towards finding its own positioning in the booming online competition. When I started my blog five years ago, it showed insight into the life of a young, whimsical, self-ironic girl. As I grew older and started working in fashion, my blog became less personal while at the same time my wardrobe grew. I felt as though I could defend the lack of personalization in my blog because of the amount of new, trendy and almost always, highly expensive clothes.
Now however, I am in the middle of a necessary “shopping-break” and I have been struggling to find motivation to update the blog (which is the reason for my recent absent). But than I realized that my lack of new clothes (and the fact that I only have half my wardrobe in London) can be used to my benefit, I am now going to challenge myself in wearing my old clothes in new ways and new combinations, and make the most of what I’ve got. Did anyone say that style is something you have and not something you can buy? Challenge accepted! You might find it a bit boring (my apologies) but I am certain it wont be long until I am back in the seasons hottest Marant, Celine and Wang (or even Topshop would have been a upgrade at the moment). Thanks for reading, you are troopers!
Wearing: Trousers from market/ Wild Wool cashmere sweater/ Gestuz leather jacket / Alexander Wang scarf/ Tag Oslo shoes/ Vintage Gucci bag/ Rayban sunglasses/ Liberty beanie