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Thursday, 24 August 2017

City Chic with Paul's Boutique and the Issues of being relatable.

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City Chic with Paul's Boutique and the issues with being the 'relatable blogger'


London is a beautiful city that has so much to offer; from great lunch spots to the famous Oxford Circus Street. Living in such an amazing city calls for the ultimate casual-chic look to match the vibe of the city - for me, that means jeans, a cute top and a nice bag for all my belongings. Speaking of which, Paul's Boutique has had a massive re-design of their brand in the past few years. They are now the perfect destination for sophisticated and chic bag designs.

Personally? Every blogger needs this bag, due to the design and the size - it's the perfect blogger camera! It's big enough to fit your DSLR or MAC and probably both at the same time, to be honest. Whilst also having enough space for other belongings such as a wallet and your travel makeup kit. Despite the size, it's the design just stunning? It also comes in 2 smaller versions and different colours, how perfect right??


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Being a relatable Blogger 

Every blogger will question themselves whether or not they are 'the relatable one'. It's what we all aim for, but what really makes us relatable? For me it's being honest, trustworthy and being me to 100% - I want the online and offline me to be the same. However, everyone has a different idea of what makes us relatable of course, but the main issue I have come across is when people never re-wear clothes. I often see this on Instagram - people will be talking about their favourite new jacket and then you never see it again. For me, it's not authentic to constantly showcase new clothes on my Instagram. I'm a student and only in my twenties, it doesn't seem realistic if I wear new clothes every single day and then forget about them in my wardrobe. I have my favourite key-pieces which I will always restyle. I love to showcase how I can style a cardigan differently; it makes us a bit more 'human' in a way? Now I'm not judging people who do wear different things all the time; I just personally find it hard to connect with them.

When I buy a new jacket or pair of shoes that I love, you will see it more often on my Instagram just styled differently. It's all about combining new and old. In this case, combining old jeans with a cardigan and a new bag - it's different to what I styled the jeans with before so it will have a different effect whilst showing how differently you can style pieces. 


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Outfit Details

Top: Forever 21
Jeans: River Island
Cardigan: Primark
Necklace: Ted Baker
Belt: Gucci
Bag: Paul's Boutique





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8 comments

  1. I think that is why I find it hard to relate to fashion bloggers as I wear the same clothes regularly just mix it up a bit rather than buying new clothes all year round.

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  2. Agreed....I like the fashions alright but I could never afford to drop the cash on whatever GQ Magazine said was "hot".
    Which is why I shop at Kohl's whenever they send me a 10.00 coupon!! Clearance rack,here I come!

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  3. Good point, a lot of fashion bloggers wear something once and never again or entirely new outfits constantly but I love to mix with old and new and just sometimes just a new item can transform an old outfit. Reminds me of the episode of The Simpsons when Marge keeps recycling a new Chanel dress she finds lol x

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  4. What a great post, I always find you relateable on here and Instagram. I for one wear my clothes lots, over and over again but switch up my jackets and bags and shows to create a different look x

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  5. I love your whole outfit! Although I didn't know PB was still a thing! Will check it out x

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  6. You are such a gorgeous human being! I definitely agree with you, being relatable as a blogger is important. To allow people to feel like they know you. Also there's no way I could afford to wear new clothes all the time!

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  7. The bag from Paul's boutique is so cool! I'd love to buy one for myself and for my mother.

    Fatima

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  8. Oh I do love your look! I need that bag - I have to fit a billion things in it! Kaz x

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