Camel Coat And White Shirt

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I easily get attached to some pieces of my wardrobe and I feel like I don’t wanna stop wearing them. That’s why I wanted to style this camel coat again before winter is over.

In my previous post I talked about how to work with brands and what are the guidelines that will help you to do so, but after I published the post I asked myself what about the bands? don’t they deserve something. A lot of brands starts working with bloggers without having the least information about our work and some of them look at bloggers as we are all doing the same thing which is completely wrong and not fair.

So, I decided to write another post, not only to give some information to the brands about how to select the right bloggers that matches their brand, but also to spread awareness between bloggers.

So, if you think as a brand that it’s all about the blogger’s numbers or their followers’ engagements, wait until I tell you about the shocking truth. Read about it soon on my blog.

 

 

 

Have a fabulous day and thanks for reading my post.

 

Items of this look:
H&M Jeans
Zara Shirt
Rebecca Minkoff Bag via Shopbop, similar here
Mango Coat
Birkenstock Slides via Urban Outfitters