I am so excited to be sharing my closet diaries with you over the next ten days. Glamour Magazine South Africa featured me as the new Style Diarist and I am having so much fun putting together these looks.
Due to time constraints and my perfectionist tendencies, I rarely get to share outfit posts here on Style Society. Well, not as often as I would like to at least.
You see, I am always so preoccupied with quality when it comes to my content that I often think twice or thrice before pushing ‘publish’. I find myself endlessly tweaking and polishing my blog posts in pursuit of perfection. But I feel like all this perpetual fine-tuning can be agonising and crushing my productivity.
The thing is, I don’t want to be adding to all this ‘digital noise’. I want to start meaningful conversations and connect with the right readers (audience).
Since the evolution of Social Media over the past decade, we have seen profound changes in the digital landscape. We are constantly being bombarded with information on a daily basis with everyone vying for attention which makes it difficult to cut through all the digital noise and be heard.
I am very much pro ‘slow media’ and will always choose ‘quality over quantity’ any day. And my thoughts are – if I can’t add value to a conversation – why start one?
But having said that, I have found that many of my readers are thoroughly enjoying my daily Style Diary series. I have received so many requests to continue with my closet diaries that I’m seriously contemplating more outfit posts.
To make this work, I might pursue a more visual approach and throw all my creativity into styling and not so much on ‘words’.
I am going to give this a try for a while… But I would love to hear your thoughts? Do you read blog posts or are you a visual person?
I love this look. It is so effortless and so me! And this kimono is a limited edition from my newly launched Haute Edit Collection. It is so versatile. It can be used as a cover-up or over an evening dress.
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