The Elusive Outfit Shots

A year ago I started this blog, thinking it would be a platform to share my style and thrifty wardrobe (which was 99% secondhand, and 100% budget). I didn't know it at the time, but I was starting a photography blog as much as I was a personal style blog.

Although my personal style hasn't changed a whole lot, I can pinpoint the one thing that has changed—and radically improved my style posts in the process—my outfit shot photography.

And today, I'm sharing my secrets.

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Blouse: thrifted, similar | Flares: Zara, similar Hat: similar Shoes: Zara, similar Necklace: antique, similar Bag: Fossil 

If you read my post from a couple weeks back on the power of original photography to grow your brand or blog, you know that your photography is what spreads across the internet and social media—not your witty blog title, or your great advice. And if you're doing blog photography right, it can spread like wildfire.

What do you need for beautiful blog photography? Not a professional photographer, nor a professional grade camera or crazy editing software. 

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I'm launching a mini-class for style bloggers (and outfit-instagramers). The best part? It's totally free.

I'll take you through getting better outfit photos no matter what (or who) you're shooting with. So if you're just starting your style blog, or feeling like you're hitting a plateau, this is for you. Because style blogs are photography blogs.

Go ahead, get your free guide to dazzling outfit shots. And darling, it's easy.

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Made with love,

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