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  • Fashion bloggers no longer bother with blogs
  • Fashion bloggers no longer bother with blogs
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Fashion bloggers no longer bother with blogs

There was a time when fashion bloggers used to have actual blogs. But that time appears to have passed, and the professional photographs and long-read accompaniments have been replaced by low-resolution iPhone pictures and tags on Instagram. But is this really blogging?

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