Happy Hump day folks and thanks for the great feedback on yesterdays article. I’ve had a smashing of views which totally impressed me and it seems like you missed the outfit posts as much as I did, which is why I have another one for you today. It’s all black and white with the jacquard sweater from Nly and the faux leather zip pants from Zara. On my feet the very comfortable and easy-to-walk-in poppy pumps from Isabel Marant and on my arms the most classic of all bags, well to me it is the most classic (and most-loved)
The past days while scrolling through my Facebook and Instagram-feed I came across so many mean and beastly words, that I was wondering why people have to keep hating on each other? I do get this entire ‘ you’re exposing yourself so you have to deal with criticism’ thing, which is, by the way, slowly getting old and growing a beard, but still. If you feel like sharing your dislike and disapproval on someones photo,article or, even worse, personality with the world, then please do it on a constructive basis. Telling someone he or she is too fat for fashion-blogging, to ugly for a makeup vlog or to skinny for a fitspo account on Tumblr isn’t going to help anyone. It won’t even help the person hiding behind their desk getting rid of their frustration and feel good about themselves. Comments of this kind are plain spite and, to me, reveal a lack of general education and manners. You know Karma’s watching, don’t you?;)
I think the worst type of people are those judging a persons personality without having met them even once in their life. It always surprises me how people can refer to someone as being arrogant, selfish, narcissistic, self-referred or superficial by simply looking at photos, outfits or videos. Maybe some people out there are not aware that bloggers do only share a slice of their life on their social media and blogs? Dear online-haters have you ever thought of that?
Since I’m a huge Instagram addict even I sometimes come across photos or quotes that I don’t totally agree with or that I don’t like. So what do I do? Either I keep myself shut since I still remember that one saying from the movie Bambie ‘ If you can’t say nothing nice, don’t say nothing at all’ or I try to tell that person in a kind way how she could maybe improve her photo or what I would have worn instead with that specific piece, if it’s an outfit. If I receive comments stating ”meuh you look ugly in that” I don’t even look at them to be honest, since they won’t be helping me in any type of way. But if someones says ” I think that combining this shirt with something different would look so much nicer” then of course I’m taking that comment into consideration and am even willing to try this persons suggestion. And after all : hating on someone else has never been in style!
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