If you ladies are looking for a fun Valentines outfit for date night or even a night out with the girls, I recommend going with a cute Tulle Skirt and a classy top!
I bought my first Tulle Skirt last year at JC Penney’s and I absolutely adore this look. I am going to get myself another tulle skirt! My red Mary Jane heels were thrift from the Camp Humphrey’s Thrift Store. I recently learned that they have a pretty good one here on post! I provided links to Tulle Skirts that I love and ideas to recreate this classy Valentines Day look, down below.
Quick Disclaimer: This blog post is simply free advice and it’s an opportunity to share my journey in becoming a Fashion Blogger. My intent is to inspire new bloggers to work towards their goals by sharing my success and my mistakes.
Now for the Best Part!
How to Blog About Fashion
There are tons things I wish I knew about fashion blogging that I know now.
Starting out I did not know the tricks or programs I can use to help me monetize my blog. In this post, I am going to share with you everything I know! So if you are interested in learning more to help improve your blog, keep reading!
This post is a continuation from my blog post ‘Fashion Blogging For Beginners: The Mistakes I Made Starting My Fashion Blog.’ If you want to learn more about Fashion Blogging on various topics, check it out! In this post I am going to talk about how:
-I did not blog about my items correctly.
Here’s the Back Story
Shoppers and other Fashionistas are constantly looking for ideas and inspiration. It is up to you to provide that inspiration. When I first started, I would blog about clothes and accessories that I bought but sometimes I could never find the items online- (Lawton was not a good place to shop). If I bought the item on sale, I never really promoted it. If the items that I bought were sold out, I provided links to “Similar Items” but I did that way too often, still do! Unfortunately, Korea hasn’t been the most inspiring for my outfit purchases and blogging. I always have to wait a month or two for receive my purchases and blog about them. When I do receive them, usually that item is already sold out. The Struggle is Real Folks!!!
I am going to provide you a list of ideas you should take into consideration when blogging:
- Blog about your unique personal style, don’t hold back!
- Share ideas and hacks that you have picked up along the way
- If you are sharing an Item that is not sold anymore, provide the best Similar Item you can find
- Share what inspires you
Next, I am going to provide you ideas for when you are blogging to monetize:
- Try to look for items you know are not going to sale out so quickly and if you think they will, post a blog about them immediately!
- Don’t forget to post if they get re-stocked!
- If you buy your items on sale, post about it as soon as possible!
- Always check back to see if the items you bought are on sale, if they go on sale, make an announcement on Social Media or provide a repost on your blog!
- Blog truthfully about the items you purchase, give a little review
- Use affiliated programs like Amazon and Style Collective to help monetize your blog!
I only learned about this affiliated program back in the summer and I immediately started using it. Unlike Reward Style, it is easier to get into. This program helps me gain inspiration in what to shop for. Style Collective is affiliated with a ton of business like Forever 21, Old Navy, Gap, JCrew, Nordstrom, BaubleBar, Macys and the list goes on and on! I wish I knew about this program a lot sooner! I absolutely love it! You get commission for clicks on your promoted items and you get a little bit more if they purchase it. However you will not receive the money you make unless you make $100 or more in a month! I like this program because it also helps with analytics. I can see what shoppers are interested in when they visit my blog and what brands they prefer.
I hope this blog was helpful and please share any other affiliated programs you may know about for my readers by commenting below! Also, provide any feedback you wish to share!
Tops I love:
Shop Mary Jane Heels
Shop Tulle Skirts