I love being a fashion blogger. Although I'm still relatively new to the whole thing, being on feeds, etc, I enjoy it quite a bit. I love having a separate fashion blog because it allows me to do what I do over there, while keeping this one for all my random thoughts. But I'm getting really bored with most fashion blogs lately. We see the same things, mostly, and people say the same things about the items, mostly. And hey, I'm guilty of it too! I have made a point of only blogging the items that I like, and that allows me to say really nice things about them. And for the most part, the majority of fashion bloggers are the same. We pick what we like and we say nice things.
But what if we didn't?
What if I blogged everything I was given, even if I didn't like it? And what if I SAID I didn't like it? What if I pointed out all the bad seams, over-pixelated hems, bad prim work, messed up sculpties? What if I said that the choice of colors is just blindingly ugly? What if I said that something was just a recolor of a template and then linked to the actual template on XStreet? What if I said something was just too overpriced and if I hadn't received it as a review copy, I'd never buy it?
Nah. I don't think the blogosphere is ready for a fashion blog like that.
Guess I'll go back to just blogging the things I like.