I don't think that this is an issue that has been sufficiently addressed in the blogging world. There are fashion bloggers everywhere, and there are lifestyle bloggers who do fashion posts and there are humor bloggers who mock fashion posts, but has anyone taken a few minutes to consider about the emotional toll that fashion blogging takes on the individual wardrobe?
It's inevitable that certain wardrobe items are simply more bloggable than others. Everyone has their favorite pair of shoes, their best party dress--but only in fashion blogging, in which what we wear is recorded and broadcasted on the world-wide web, it's quite obvious which are our favorites and which aren't.
I mean, seriously. My glittery pink Converse and my red high heels have both shown up in multiple outfit posts, while other pairs of shoes I own have never once been featured. How does inequality such as that contribute to wardrobe harmony?
I've even written posts with in-your-face titles like "My Favorite Dress" and "The Outfit I Don't Like," leaving no room for uncertainty about my true feelings concerning the clothes in my closet.
This is an issue I'd like to raise awareness about, because I truly believe that all clothes deserve their chance to shine. If there's anything you'd like to do to help my cause, let me know!
I believe that even ugly clothes should have an opportunity to be blogged about, as long as they have an interesting story to tell. If they're ugly and boring...then maybe we need to ask why are they in our wardrobe at all?