My Idea Of Standing Out

Becoming that fashion blogger // Relate-able fashion blogger

When it comes to fashion and trying it out from everything else you could possibly write about, and create content for – it is a little daunting. You have fashion bloggers whose made a massive impact within the blogging world, and there’s bloggers with 100k + following.

Then you have me whose just winging it really and hoping for the best, like you do when you first started out.

I am generally that fish in the big blue sea.

No.Flipping.Idea.

But I want to stand out to you and I want you to be reading this and still reading this till the end. I want to draw people in to my fashion and my world. I want to create a following and be relate-able to you. I want for you to buy things because it inspires you to wear them. I want you to like my photos and my content. I’d also like that Zara bag which your Mum properly had when she was growing up.

But the question is – how is a girl who wants to move out, who wants to save money and who has no idea what she’s really doing. I mean, how do I actually draw you into my content?

Believe me, I still have no idea.

But here’s what I’m thinking.

So I’m a 24 year old girl who doesn’t have all the money in the world to buy clothes every Wednesday on payday. I’m also not the type of girl to buy clothes to return them, because I’d never return them and be that broke girl with no money to buy food. But, I am a girl who is pretty standard and is a size 12/14.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They say 12/14 is a very a common size, but I’d say as a size 12/14 myself – it’s pretty difficult finding these clothes which compliment you and still cover you up. I’m forever walking into stores at the moment, and even looking on the *New In* page on Asos and continuously seeing bralet after bralet. I mean let’s be honest Nick,Pheobe (whatever you’re name is) – I’m not cut out for it. Not every women fits into this category of little crop tops.

So basically what i’m trying to say is – I know the struggle that we all have when it comes to buying yourself a new wardrobe of clothes. It can seem pretty impossible to find something that doesn’t have to show off your belly rolls with the tight fitted tops, or your wobbly bits for the cut out bralets and crop tops. I’m here to shop h i g h s t r e e t items and to show you how I’d style them for my own comfort.

Every week on Instagram I’ve started a little poll session with my followers. Every Thursday I’m going to putting together my found favourites on the ‘New In’ page, to see what you’re opinion is on my picks. I’ve done it once and a lot of people enjoyed it. I’m not only basing it on Fashion, I’m also basing it on Homeware and Beauty so if that tickles your fairy, then you can find me on Instagram here.

But yeah, hopefully I can inspire you.

*Inserts shrugged shoulder emoji here, along with the fingers crossed and along with the angel face.*

 

Top : Zara // Sunglasses : Asos // Watch : Paul Rich // Handbag : Matalan // Jeans : New Look.

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5 Comments

  1. June 14, 2018 / 1:03 pm

    Looking Lovelyyyyyy!!! And I LOVE this idea!! I’d love if you check out my blog too! thehoneyblonde.co.uk

  2. June 14, 2018 / 8:56 pm

    Love this post! Completely relatable and definitely even more so this season when all the shops just assume you want to buy a crop top! I’m loving your style so far and you’ve pretty much got me wanting everything already! Gorgeous photos as always too, along with seeing more of the gorgeous you!

    Ellie x

    http://elliesbitsofbeauty.com

  3. June 15, 2018 / 2:34 pm

    Totally with you on this! It seems like all the clothes that are out at the moment are tiny in one way or another. I’ve been loving your fashion posts on Insta and I can’t wait to see you blog about them, if you’re bringing them on here too. I love your style, and seeing what you were, especially as we’re the same size. Great post, and I can’t wait to see what’s to come!xx

    Hannah | luxuryblush

  4. Erin
    June 17, 2018 / 1:49 pm

    I’m a 16, and I REALLY struggle finding clothes which suit me, not everyone wants or needs cropped clothing lol, so I understand 100%!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  5. July 1, 2018 / 12:24 pm

    YES!!! I’ve been waiting for a woman like you to come along!! I’m a 12/14/16 so find is SUPER hard to find clothes that don’t cling to my tummy or thick thighs. Can’t wait to see what you find xo

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