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Bath in Fashion Blogger Award!

Posted by Rebekah Roy on March 24th, 2013

 Bath in Fashion Blogger Award!

I’m one of the judges for The Bath in Fashion Blogger Award and I’ve spent the weekend reviewing fashion blogs. I don’t often or really ever get a whole weekend to sit down and read tons of blogs so it’s quite a treat. I love just reading about how people love fashion. Many of the blogs I’m reviewing – the blogger works or is in university full time and just loves fashion – which somehow makes me very happy. I work in fashion and I’m always thinking about the customer – the wearer – will they like something, will it become a favourite piece of clothing in their wardrobe. I still meet editors and PRs who have a bit of attiutude towards bloggers (and saying that I have met some pushy bloggers) but there definitely is a need for bloggers. Not all bloggers want to work in fashion – but they like clothes, share what they’re wearing and their shopping experience with their readers – all of this information is important to those who work in the fashion industry.

Fashion happens everywhere and a lot of blogs are just generally about fashion – what is nice about this award is all of the bloggers considered are based in Bath/Bristol and the surrounding area and the local angle is great: you’d be surprised how many retail fashion shows and in-store events are happening all over the UK. There will be a short list of the 10 finalists and then the winner will be announced at the Bath In Fashion fashion show on Thursday 18 April.

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Ceri // Mar 25, 2013 at 17:17

    Bath is definitely a fantastic place for fashion! and we have lots of amazing fashion bloggers too. I love the way that bloggers all have their own individual take on style. I always look to fashion blogs for my inspiration these days.

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