Fashion blogging can be an overwhelming field in which to get started. I recommend selecting a niche subject to help you define the direction of your blog. For instance, instead of a blog about fashion accessories, consider a more focused topic such as funky rings, or designer sunglasses. Pick something you’re passionate about. You have to love the subject matter or else you’ll run out of inspiration.
Tip:There are thousands of fashion blogs already in existence, but don’t get discouraged. The best approach is to produce a blog from your point of view-a blog that only YOU can create. The greatest blogs have a strong voice and unique content. Make sure you put your spin on the topic you choose. This will make your blog stand out from the others, and also drive more traffic to your site.
If you don’t know which direction to take your fashion blog, here are some categories to consider:
- This is a really cool way of documenting and sharing your local fashion scene with the whole world. Street fashion bloggers are becoming more influential as high-end designers turn to the streets as a source of runway inspiration.
- If you follow celeb culture and love watching award shows to see what people are wearing, perhaps celebrity fashion blogging is for you. The positive side of starting a celebrity fashion blog is that there is a lot of material to work with-a whole industry devoted to photos of celebs. The downside is that this market is saturated, so you have to be sure your blog is unique to get noticed.
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- If you want to use your blog as a platform for starting a career in the fashion industry (fashion publishing, in particular) you might want your content to be focused on high-end designers and labels. Celebrate the art of Oscar de la Renta, Alexander McQueen and Karl Lagerfeld with posts about seasonal runway shows.
- There are so many sub-genres for this category. Pick something you really connect with. Research the web for accessories that are unique and share them through your posts. Perhaps you could work with a partner and take a more conversational approach so your blog is more about two friends conversing about cool finds.