I love this top so much. I found it by accident a few weeks ago haha. It has the cutest ruffle detail on the shoulders, comes in three colors, and is $12.69 shipped!!! I love having casual shirts like this that can be worn for a day of running errands…which is exactly what I did in it. It’s so soft and the quality is great even at this price point.Oh, and don’t mind the hair. Milton told me I look like a carrot lol. This is my in-between-hair-washes look 🙂
Shop this look:
Ruffled shirt – $12.69 shipped and comes in 3 colors! / pre-loved LV Eva clutch / very similar chunky heeled sandals and these tasseled sandals are cute too and both for amazing prices / I can’t find the skirt – it’s old from Gap, but I will keep looking
So, are you a blogger collaborating with brands and don’t know how many pictures to share of the item(s)? I believe I have the answers for you below:
- Before taking the collaboration, agree upon the amount of pictures you will post on Instagram and your other social media accounts.
- When you decide to post, please do not post more than one per day. It’s understandable that you need to post the pictures, but it can overwhelm your followers’ feed…with the same pictures…same outfit…same pose, etc.
- If you are supposed to post multiple pictures due to the collaboration, choose different angles and different parts of the outfit/item to share. For instance, if you are advertising a dress, let the first picture be a full-body picture. Let the second picture be a shot of details on the dress. Let the third picture be one where your head or feet are cut off. Posting the same picture, the same outfit, and the same background is…boring. 🙂 Change it up. Give a teaser by posting some details first then posting the full-body shot a few days later. Give your followers something to look forward to.
What are your thoughts on this? How do you handle collabs? Also, I will be organizing tips for bloggers HERE. If you have any requests for blog posts, leave a comment below or shoot me an email. Also, subscribe to the blog so you’ll never miss another post.