New Fashion and Street Style Site Strives to Make Mark on Industry

The fashion and beauty bloggers of 2013 are fighting to get noticed in an industry saturated with personal style and street style blogs.

The fashion and beauty bloggers of 2013 are fighting to get noticed in an industry saturated with personal style and street style blogs.  One blogger who hopes to get noticed in the market is Rachel Deer of These Stylish Streets, a blog which looks to set itself apart from the competition.

With a simple design and brightly coloured images, www.thesestylishstreets.co.uk burst on to the blogging scene at the beginning of 2013 and since Rachel has been fighting to get noticed in a sea of bloggers each of whom is looking for success.

A Twitter chat with the hashtag #bbloggers last night discussed ‘unique selling points’ and the importance of them in the modern day blogosphere.  What is clear is that with so many blogs on the market, a USP is essential for getting noticed. 

Many bloggers taking part in the chat agreed that having a voice and a personality was the most important thing when it came to writing their own blog.  There are many bloggers out there who look to mimic what the so-called ‘big bloggers’ are doing and it is these people who will struggle to get noticed.

These Stylish Streets is a blog which is looking to step away from the norm.  The market is drenched with personal style and beauty blogs and so, These Stylish Streets approach to the fashion industry is refreshing, offering insight into a different side of fashion and indeed, fashion bloggers.

Posts like Fashion Bloggers Take on LFW – For Better or Worse? and Is It Still A Trend By The Time We Blog About It? question the status of bloggers and the power that they have in the fashion industry in 2013.  Whilst other posts like the recent The Fashion Tribes article look to access fashion and street style in an intriguing way.

These Stylish Streets may still be a baby in a world where some bloggers have four or five years under their belts, but the future looks bright should Rachel manage to get noticed in an industry so saturated with blogs.

rachel_deer@hotmail.co.uk

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