When people don't feel encouraged, they feel like they are basically posting for no reason. Think about when a young lady posts about wearing a lovely A-line skirt or an A-line dress ("skater" is the term these days for A-line style skirts and dresses). She posts such outfits because she wants to share her sense of style to the world. Some people will love her outfit while some others maybe wants her to toughen up her looks or something. Regardless, the feeling of encouragement is enough to get people to keep posting. Never do I want certain people to stop making blog posts on fashion. I am nobody to tell anyone what they should and shouldn't do. I am also someone who generally respects the fashion choices certain people make. I have things I like in fashion and things I dislike in fashion. Regardless, I am not one to make any kind of choices or tell anyone how they should or shouldn't dress. At times, I even offered my own suggestions and recommendations as to how I would make a certain outfit better. Some people took my suggestions; some others disliked my suggestions. What was most important was that I shown I cared about each person and the styles they choose.
So when you're visiting fashion blogs or fashion social media (such as LOOKBOOK), I say to never fully disagree with one's style unless you think it can be made better. Not everyone makes the best fashion choices or always post the best outfits. Try to encourage people with kind comments, respectful disagreement, and constructive criticism. Do you REALLY want to talk about someone like they should stop posting on fashion? If one's passion is fashion, why tell them otherwise? People work too hard to discuss fashion in their own way. I certainly do my part with my non-traditional fashion blog. The only time someone should stop trying to discuss and showcase fashion is if the blog owner(s) decide to want to stop blogging about fashion. It shouldn't come down to a bunch of haters who feel every blog has to have great outfits all the time. Just like the best athletes and sports teams have forgettable performances and bad games, fashion bloggers have their best and worst outfits. Rather than spew hate on people, try encouraging them to do better and to keep posting. Encouraging others is much better than wanting to absolutely boycott a blog or a site just because you disagree with a vast majority of their styles. And if you do disagree with various styles, just stay away from their site and not waste your time giving the site in question an epic tongue lashing or trolling spree. It is surely sad in today's negative world that we don't have as many people who have heart and conscience for any number of things in this world. Yet, we always seem ready to fully attack almost anything we don't like with full force. So go easy on fashion bloggers you don't like! Really... go easy on almost anything or almost anyone- let alone fashion bloggers.
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Of what importance do you think encouragement provides for fashion bloggers and beauty bloggers? What would you suggest people do if there are fashion/beauty blogs or styles people don't like?
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