I have to admit, I really look forward to Bianca O'Neill's stimulating columns over on Fashion Journal. In this world of blogging, of pretty perfection, of an inconceivable supply of enviable Chanel clutches and ceaseless business class travel abroad it's simply refreshing to read something impartial. This article of hers, which I had previously shared over on Facebook, left me pondering over the topic, one that has also become a somewhat irritant of late. And that nuisance happens to be the questionable style of "street style" mavens.

Street style is not really STREET style anymore, is it? It’s more like a procession human of billboards. Or an attention-seeking blogger runway of paid promotions and borrowed threads. Does that really excite people? Because I’m feeling barely a tingle… // Bianca O'Neill

I am by no means referring to the actual style itself which as she so brilliantly pointed out is "arguably better than ever". It's the overall sense of authenticity. That sartorial ingenuity we take pride in. One that once separated us from the masses has now become moderately familiar, somewhat morphing us into conformable sheep, eager to devour the next "it" thing. We/I myself have become far too pliant and easily manipulated into what I should and should not covet. Every moment we are inundated with pieces and trends creating an unnecessary need to possess and acquire. A wasteful problem which is adding fuel to an even bigger fire (see here).

The article described how street style has simply become a "procession of human billboards", Instagram I feel being the worst offender. Those #ootd looks are almost always paid for. And while a small few do mention that it's a sponsored collaboration, the majority fail to do so. I know one or two "major" bloggers who never seem content to just stick with one outfit per day. Changing their looks almost hourly at a time. As bloggers we're all guilty of it; be it pertaining to something sartorial or home related. Heck, I am guilty of it, despite priding myself on fully disclosing, sometimes things fall through the cracks. We are sent "gifts" in which to review etc. And it's one of the perks of blogging no? But at what point does the line blur?

Street style itself is possibly one of the most sort after subjects on Pinterest. Those perfectly polished ensembles is something I tend to turn to when I am in need of sartorial inspiration. But the bulk of those looks have more than likely been provided for. Which in a way could be considered questionable. As "fashion" or "style" bloggers the point is to showcase what you're wearing, give some insight into thought processes and resplendent finds is it not? The point is to exhibit and boast styling abilities and for me I believe that should be of your own, not through someone else's labour (who in the end get zero credit for). Being supplied entire outfits from brands; being dressed head to toe in Moschino for example is alluring, sure. And it's impelling when done sporadically. But is it necessary for every single post? To comprise it of the same sponsored format I feel like you end up losing that individuality that drew readers to you in the first place.

I miss those days of "real" street style. When people dressed for the day ahead and not just for a scheduled photo shoot. The days when Sportsgirl would send a photographer out to the streets of Melbourne purposely to capture uber stylish beings who were literally just going about their daily business. Sabo Skirt's early days of posing beside ordinary red brick lined suburban streets of Brisbane. Or Leandra Medine's outfit of the day captured out on her fabulous New York City apartment balcony. I sound like an old fogy, stuck in her ways reminiscing about those intermittent moments of yesteryear. I'm not shaming the wonderful practice of creativity. The kind were we spend countless hours meticulously penning every detail, studiously searching for locations to capture our money making shots. I really do enjoy that side of street style blogging. Those contrasting outfits against stark walls or pairing ones ensemble with a deliciously luscious landscape/scene.

I crave those days were bloggers actually styled pieces from their own closets. Were you styled a certain item that you'd previously worn or found something resembling an objet d'art and styled it with last seasons Zara. Blogging has and will continue to evolve, no doubt about it. I just wish those in higher places would remember their roots and try to embrace it a little more. And not get so hung up on figures (says the girl who has affiliate links attached to this piece) and brand names.

-Sxx
via la cool + chic
I have to admit, I really look forward to Bianca O'Neill's stimulating columns over on Fashion Journal. In this world of blogging, of pretty perfection, of an inconceivable supply of enviable Chanel clutches and ceaseless business class travel abroad it's simply refreshing to read something impartial. This article of hers, which I had previously shared over on Facebook, left me pondering over the topic, one that has also become a somewhat irritant of late. And that nuisance happens to be the questionable style of "street style" mavens.

Street style is not really STREET style anymore, is it? It’s more like a procession human of billboards. Or an attention-seeking blogger runway of paid promotions and borrowed threads. Does that really excite people? Because I’m feeling barely a tingle… // Bianca O'Neill

I am by no means referring to the actual style itself which as she so brilliantly pointed out is "arguably better than ever". It's the overall sense of authenticity. That sartorial ingenuity we take pride in. One that once separated us from the masses has now become moderately familiar, somewhat morphing us into conformable sheep, eager to devour the next "it" thing. We/I myself have become far too pliant and easily manipulated into what I should and should not covet. Every moment we are inundated with pieces and trends creating an unnecessary need to possess and acquire. A wasteful problem which is adding fuel to an even bigger fire (see here).

The article described how street style has simply become a "procession of human billboards", Instagram I feel being the worst offender. Those #ootd looks are almost always paid for. And while a small few do mention that it's a sponsored collaboration, the majority fail to do so. I know one or two "major" bloggers who never seem content to just stick with one outfit per day. Changing their looks almost hourly at a time. As bloggers we're all guilty of it; be it pertaining to something sartorial or home related. Heck, I am guilty of it, despite priding myself on fully disclosing, sometimes things fall through the cracks. We are sent "gifts" in which to review etc. And it's one of the perks of blogging no? But at what point does the line blur?

Street style itself is possibly one of the most sort after subjects on Pinterest. Those perfectly polished ensembles is something I tend to turn to when I am in need of sartorial inspiration. But the bulk of those looks have more than likely been provided for. Which in a way could be considered questionable. As "fashion" or "style" bloggers the point is to showcase what you're wearing, give some insight into thought processes and resplendent finds is it not? The point is to exhibit and boast styling abilities and for me I believe that should be of your own, not through someone else's labour (who in the end get zero credit for). Being supplied entire outfits from brands; being dressed head to toe in Moschino for example is alluring, sure. And it's impelling when done sporadically. But is it necessary for every single post? To comprise it of the same sponsored format I feel like you end up losing that individuality that drew readers to you in the first place.

I miss those days of "real" street style. When people dressed for the day ahead and not just for a scheduled photo shoot. The days when Sportsgirl would send a photographer out to the streets of Melbourne purposely to capture uber stylish beings who were literally just going about their daily business. Sabo Skirt's early days of posing beside ordinary red brick lined suburban streets of Brisbane. Or Leandra Medine's outfit of the day captured out on her fabulous New York City apartment balcony. I sound like an old fogy, stuck in her ways reminiscing about those intermittent moments of yesteryear. I'm not shaming the wonderful practice of creativity. The kind were we spend countless hours meticulously penning every detail, studiously searching for locations to capture our money making shots. I really do enjoy that side of street style blogging. Those contrasting outfits against stark walls or pairing ones ensemble with a deliciously luscious landscape/scene.

I crave those days were bloggers actually styled pieces from their own closets. Were you styled a certain item that you'd previously worn or found something resembling an objet d'art and styled it with last seasons Zara. Blogging has and will continue to evolve, no doubt about it. I just wish those in higher places would remember their roots and try to embrace it a little more. And not get so hung up on figures (says the girl who has affiliate links attached to this piece) and brand names.

-Sxx
via la cool + chic

83 comments

  1. Totally get what you mean. I crave the actual street style too, but now all I really see on major blogs are scheduled photoshoot that makes you question whether they really are a street style!

    xoxo,
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  2. Thanks for linking to that article! It was a really good read :)

    I find that the smaller bloggers are the ones that are easier to relate to. They were the same things over and over, they post outfits that are less than 100% perfect and share why, they aren't all perfectly posed, styled online editorials. There is definitely space for both styles of blogs, but I know the ones I follow and read more of are the ones I can relate too.

    It depends on the purpose of the blog too. If it's to talk about clothes and share what you're wearing, then you don't make a lot of money. If you want to make money you need the perfectly styled outfits, the everything brand new just off the rack (so you can link to it!) and a great photographer, so that you can make sure the outfit and location has people wanting to emulate you and buy the items through said links. That all filters down to streetstyle too when those bloggers turn up to the shows.

    I used to recommend the #everydaystyle tag on insta, but even that's been taken over slowly by those particular 'wear 10 outfits in one day' type bloggers which is a shame.

    Bottom line though, if you want editorial style and outfits marketers have put together, there are blogs and magazine for that. If you want everyday, I've worn this shirt twice already this week style, there are blogs for that too :) The smaller ones are just harder to find.

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    1. Oh the most definitely are. There's also a stronger sense of community and support that they/we all provide one another. You make some great points Mica, I guess it does depend on the blog but just wished they'd squeeze in a "normal" outfit posts between collabs. You could still make money from the look, even if pieces weren't supplied to you xx

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  3. I agree with you!! Sometimes, I miss real street style
    xoxo
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  4. Really I agree with you! Love that bag very much!!
    Hugs,
    Love from www.trangscorner.com {a lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and food blog}

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  5. ''Attention seeking blogger runway'' ...I love that , and yea ,street style has evolved and i think it's right to call it that . Great post and the bag is very chic.

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  6. adoro i maglioncini comodi e super morbidi

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  7. Oh well Sonia, I do agree with u and is my same thought about nowadays street style, especially during fashin weeks. I also found myself to not follow anymore it bloggers just cause were maybe too much sponsored. Is ok to do it I mean but not if isnt a "real outfit" you are going to wear in ur everyday life too, I dont feel inspired in that way at all. Happy Monday! xo

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    1. Yeah, street style during fashion week can be pretty overwhelming. I find it hard to find looks that truly scream to my core these days. I do think it's great for bloggers and the progression. Back a decade or so being dressed by brands for their shows were usually reserved for VIP's like celebrities and magazine editors and stylists. So you can say it is a big deal. At the same time there really feels like a huge disconnect too. xx

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  8. I love your way of thinking when you state is not street fashion is like human billboard that is so funny but true. I like style that fits my personality but some street style are fierce,

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    1. That wasn't my words, but I quote I had taken from the article which inspired this piece. It is a brilliant quote however and totally surmises the issue at hand xx

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  9. I love your style)

    mary-tur.ru

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  10. I couldn't agree more Sonia! Thanks for this post!;)
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    Jeanne
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  11. I totally agree with you and Bianca. I don't even visit these street style blogs anymore. Well the looks are not authentic anymore. It's not just the street style. The blogs have changed too. Now it's just about sponsoring and money. Happy Monday Sonia!

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    1. Yeah, I find myself doing the same thing. There's probably only one that I may check in on from time to time, mostly for travel imagery and videos. I do follow a few on Instagram but that has become more about about photographic inspiration than actual fashion. Blogging has changed, I know I have too. Making money has become something that is almost of high priority these days. I know I'd love to make a living off my words one day, and if I can do it through the blog that would be fantastic. I just hope I never create a divide with my lovely readers. I love all the support from everyone. xx

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  12. loved reading this article! Street style is so much fun but sometimes looks so fake! Thanks for sharing your opinion!

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    Tamara xxx

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  13. I totally see what you are saying. I would say that I always pick things for collaborations that are true to my style, so although I may be getting free product the end result still feels very me. I admit to being influenced by others style for sure though.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

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    1. Oh Amy Ann there is such a difference from being donned head to toe in one luxury label then being dressed by several high street or emerging designers. I try to the same myself, I know in the past I've succumbed and written about something that wasn't exactly relevant to my brand! Heck, I'll probably do it again too. Making money from a blog is a wonderful perk indeed and I'm in no way saying it isn't. I just feel such a disconnect when posting become frequently stylised by brands and names, immaculately photographed in worldly locations. xx

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  14. Sonia, I totally agree with you. Street style is not what it used to be. I remember the early days of Fashion Toast and Brianboy and Man Repeller....man, those early days where just awesome. They were truly inspirational and creative. Nowadays, I'm not saying these bloggers are not inspiring anymore, but it is different when everything they wear has been given to them. I find Susie Bubble is really one of the few bloggers out there who, although she has been gifted items, still remain true and unique.

    PS Thanks for the link to that article:)

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    1. I do miss the early days of Man Repeller. I do praise her for the direction it's gone in but I really miss her presence on it now. Susie is awesome isn't she. I also feel the same way about Park & Cube. Her content has always been editorial, drool-worthy. It's always consistent I feel and very much inspirational without being obnoxious and loud like some. xx

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  15. I am with you there on planned street style, Dressing for the day ahead is make much more sense.

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  16. Fantastic post dear! Hope you have a lovely day.

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  17. Lovely post! :)

    Monica || thestreetedit.com

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  18. Love the bag, sweetie♥♥

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  19. Street style is definitely not the same anymore in this age of sponsorships and c/o. To be honest I hardly even pay attention to it anymore for this very reason. I miss the old days as well.

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  20. Really love your outfit ! xo
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  21. No, you're right about Street Style being not the same anymore. I may not know much about fashion but it's very clear that lots of fashion bloggers are almost a Siamese twins, no one particularly standout anymore and it's all about brands, brands, brands instead of individual style. Thank you for the link, that was a really good read and I agree completely.

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    1. Thanks for sharing this Shireen. It's very true, it all feels a little tired these days and we all seem to blend with the other. Hell, I am totally guilty of giving in myself and doing the same xx

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  22. Great post dear!! I totally agree with you!

    XOXO.

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  23. I totally agree with everything you said...this was so beautifully written! Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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  24. This is so true I have to say. Yes it would be nice to see "real" street style again, but then again I guess that is how times change.

    Allie of ALLIENYC
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  25. Totally agree! Awesome post.
    -Adi xxo
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  26. great look

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  27. Ahh I have to admit I'm kinda guilty of this - I barely shop at Zara anymore only because I know can't make commission off of it :(. It would be awesome to not have to care about that but it's so hard when it's super competitive in the blogging world!

    Tina
    www.justatinabit.com

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    1. Tina I am guilty too. I know I do the same when shopping sometimes. I find myself rating pieces for what I think will attract more clicks and sales. It is a perk though, that we can do this. But it does mean the lines get blurred a lot. I wish we'd all be much more supportive of another and less competitive. But it really is becoming a dog-eat-dog blog world these days. Keep doing your thing Tina, you're awesome. We'll figure it out. xx

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  28. I completely agree and I enjoyed reading a similar opinion. I also loved it when a photographer would go to the streets and photograph true everyday outfits (I was so excited the time I was photographed and could be a part of that). I much prefer seeing outfits styled from our own wardrobes. It is so important to maintain our own style and just wear exactly what we want. It would be amazing to see more of that.

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    1. Hehehe that would be an awesome feeling indeed. It would be incredible to see more wardrobe style out there, even between posts xx

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  29. Thanks a lot, sweet coco :')

    I agree with all your words and I have a similar opinion :D
    I'm addicted to street style <3

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  30. I TOTALLY agree with you! And, in my opinion, what I see around it is not "Style", but only fashion: I just see girls wearing all the same clothes (and with no class, the most of time).
    Years ago I liked going shopping. Now I see the same things in each shop and today, if I need to buy something, I wait for the Right piece and my trusty shops list became so short.
    I don't follow fashion rules, I just buy those clothes that I see as basics for each woman's (at least, mine) closet.
    It is "easy" buying everything is in fashion on a season. Real style (and street style) doesn't come from this.
    Have a lovely day and thank you for the interesting post!
    xx Elisa
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    1. I find myself preferring to shop online these days than in store.There isn't much individuality out there in terms of designs and I am guilty of indulging in it myself. As the great Coco Chanel once said, "fashion fades, style is eternal" xx

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  31. This is such a wonderful read, you are spot on with many things. Blogging is so competitive and the small/new bloggers have to work extra hard to climb up the vendor food chain. To me, blogging is a creative outlet for me as a full time mom, a window to the adult world and a place for me to express my style. So I actually don't have a whole lot of sponsored things and most of my clothes are from my own closet :) But I am guilty of ootd posts that are not exactly worn that day.

    xo Sheree
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    1. It is very competitive and I find theres a certain "cheat" way into the blogging world that most new bloggers take that brings them up the ranks faster but in doing so leaves them completely inexperienced and sans support and community. It's annoying to put in the hard yards and build a foundation and not see much progress, yet you really need that. You need to learn the ropes and make strong friendships along the way. Blogging has been super fun and a much needed outlet for myself creatively too. I don't have major sponsorships either, not frequently at least though I do welcome them! It's a perk, I won't deny or shame anyone of that (I hope I haven't made anyone feel this way). For me I hope I don't lose myself to shiny things and remain true to myself. xx

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  32. Amazing post..Well done! I really love your blog. Keep going.
    Many kisses
    Lady Fur

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  33. Sounds so reflexive these words...I really think that street style is really confy and eclethtic, cos real live has many any situations and styles too and is not only in blogs or journals publications

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  34. Totally agree Sonia, specially during Fashion Week....
    I love the real style of common people!
    Great post babe!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  35. I adore street style too, & those candid shots. Kinda miss those days........ xoxo

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  36. I agree with you and would like to see more photos of "real' street style. Have a nice week!

    Danielle
    www.spring2spring.com

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  37. i miss when content was king. when bloggers didn't outsource everything. i miss the support system of bloggers. now it's competition and comparison. hopefully it will return back to a purer form.

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    1. Very true. And such fierce competition no less, which is sad. We should be supporting one another more xx

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  38. Loving a slouchy neutral sweater and gimme allll the Chanel. :)

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  39. I understand what you are saying! Definitely!. I love people with their own style; those are my favorites!

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  40. this is just so true. I must say, street style is just so planned these days it's suffocating. thankyou for giving us the article, this truly spoke out what the fashion industry needs to hear.
    www.rebelrebel.co x

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  41. So amazing photos :) This post is absolutely stunning!

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  42. I see this too! Street style has evolved into this other animal. Yes, everyone wants to plan their looks and wear favorite items but it's become a parade instead. Great post!

    Http://Leftbankgirl.blogspot.com

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  43. Very well written and said. I totally agree with you. This is why I tend to stay away from trends, focus on my personal consistent style and invest in classic items.

    LUXESSED

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    1. Wise words Anouk, always quality over quantity xx

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  44. This post is awesome!
    http://fridaynightstyle.com/

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  45. I couldn't agree more with this post. It is very well-written if I might add as well! I've even found myself guilty of posting too many sponsored outfits at once, and eventually it just doesn't feel like me anymore. I love the idea of simply capturing genuine street style, though unfortunately the big bloggers these days need some source of income. It's hard to find that balance between the two. Here's to more genuine blogging!

    Best,
    Christina

    Looks by Lau

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    1. Thanks Christina. It would be amazing to be able to live off your blog. I won't deny that. I even aspire to be it one day. Hopefully we can master a way to retain sponsorships without drowning our sense of self and identity xx

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  46. Hmmm... I don't even know where to start LOL! First of all, I couldn't have said it any better, Sonia!! Love your way of thinking and I also agree with Mica. I used to follow many it (streetstyle) bloggers in the past but gave up, as soon as starting my blog. It's all about individuality and authencity, agree! I remember recognizing Pernille on Carolines Mode first. I'm a fan of hers but when she started to share her style on the blog it was kinda opposing to her streetstyle looks we see during the Fashion Weeks.Though I'm still enjoy her sense of style, I also wish there would be more inspiring and "real" down to earth bloggers out there. It's sad that after all this industry becomes an evergrowing money making machinery.
    Thank you for this really interesting post, great work!

    xoxo Ira
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    1. <3 thanks Ira for your comment! I did the same too when I first started but slowly started noticing myself drawing away from them the past year or so. I don't really feel a strong connection with most of them, even on Instagram. I use them more for photographic inspiration than actual style inspiration I find too. Not knocking their success however, kudos to them. I'd love to be in their position too, I'd just want to keep true to myself, at least I hope I would xx

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  47. I have the same thoughts about street style and items which should be coveted. So many fabulous pictures of street style and at the same time so few authentic people dressed in what really wear on a daily basis. For me street style means creativity, free mind and authenticity.
    Btw. this pale pink pullover is gorgeous!

    jointyicroissanty

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    1. True! There is a strong loss of authenticity for sure. And yes it is. I wish the weather were cooler to continue to wear pieces like that.

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  48. I agree with you about street style! :) fantastic post my dear, amazing <3 xoxo

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  49. I love your blog and style! xo

    Love,
    Bri
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  50. I see what you saying, but I think real street style is out there, its just most of those people are not registering their style through a blog, maybe instagram. the other thing is when street style first started to be popular all the photographers were actually capturing real people out and about, nowadays they wait for models, and famous bloggers outside shows or parties.
    The big brands now see the huge influence and access these famous bloggers have and now instead of many ads they pay and sponsor them to wear their clothes so it reaches the mainstream quicker, I mean I Am sure you know all of this, it is just new marketing.
    I can't afford a new bag or clothes every month or first class trips, but I admire the people who have gotten the chance to get where they are. I save for every item I have in my wardrobe or trip I take. As an independent fashion designer I try to only design and produce less so it is somewhat special, and eco friendly. This new fast fashion era is though cause it is fast fashion in how they make, produce, sale and market the clothes. always moving, always consuming...

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    1. You make some great points M. I'm not knocking their success, by no means at all. I think it is utterly fantastic that blogging has become so influential and that brands-big brands no less see the importance of blogger voices and their reach. It's just that there feels like a strong disconnect somewhere and that content is becoming too related and less individual and authentic. The world needs your designs and mind, we need thinkers and doers who can create something different to seperate from the masses. There is a lot of similarity out there in fashion and a lot of unethical practices no less. Thanks for sharing your opinion here. Loved reading this xx

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  51. I loved this! Both fashion and beauty have become very commercial. I accept a lot of products for reviews but I always give my honest opinion. I follow a careful mix of "sponsored" bloggers and smaller bloggers. I usually rely on the runway and fashion magazines to see high fashion.
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  52. Honesty is key, especially in beauty. I know you and Shireen are probably some of the very few who actually give honest reviews about products. Most gloss over and say it's great. Everything is just great. Blah. Tried that, and I know it is anything but ;o)

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  53. Great post! I also do street style on my blog and I always aim for 'real street style' as you call it...

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  54. You couldn't have put it any better. Great post here, lady. :)

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