Saturday, April 11, 2009

Makin' Changes

There are a few things I have been considering lately when it comes to YFF:

1) Sharing my outfits more frequently
When I first started blogging, I didn't want to simply make a photo blog of my daily attire; I wanted to share tips and trends and make the content focused more on you than me. I've realized recently though, that I can do both (hopefully) without compromising the original purpose of the blog. 

2) Including beauty tips. 
In my opinion, and I realize everyone may not agree, no outfit is complete without hair and makeup. That is not to say foundation and blush are always necessary, but I see way too many girls with cute clothes who simply look unpolished because they didn't take the time for the finishing touches that can pull any look together. 

3) Turning YFF into its own website.
I probably shouldn't count my chickens before they hatch, but in the next 6 months I'd like to launch Young, Fat, and Fabulous, the website. It will include a lot more than just my blog, but I can't give away all my secrets just yet--so I'll wait until things actually happen to say more.

In the spirit of change #1, I present to you a few recent outfits (I know many of you have already seen these on Fatshionista, but I plan to post here from now on):

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FYI: Forever21's new plus size line, Faith21, has released its lookbook online. It's no surprise I'm loving the looks. Don't forget it launches May 1st!

16 comments:

  1. I believe it launches May 1st, not 21st. I'm looking forward to your changes, however. :)

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  2. Thanks for that correction! I edited the post. I'd heard the 21st, but I guess I was wrong!

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  3. I recently started reading our blog and I must say I love it. I can't wait to see what you do next!

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  4. yes! outfit-of-the-day style posts would be awesome! you've got great style. xx kiki.

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  5. I love the changes Gabi! I definitely think you should do a look of the day/week and maybe a fashion advice portion where you can give people specific advice based on their pictures. Like a makeover via the internet. If you have time for it that is.

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  6. you are amazing...youre gonna love my blog..it is the center of curvy girls in Israel. and i have a competition now and you may win an "Alf" earings i made, soo :)

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  7. fuck i looove your blog! where have you been till now?!

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  8. i love your blog!

    and i'm soooo psyched for may 1st!

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  9. I want to help you with your site - when you launch it. Let me sort out your online marketing - we will talk. miss you. Great blog. You look fierce!

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  10. hey! i love your blog! was just wondering where you got all the clothes in those amazing outfits!

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  11. Thanks, Nero :) Pretty much everything in these outfits are thrifted, besides the ruffle skirt which is from h&m!

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  12. Your posts in newestwrinkle are what made me start following this blog, so yes, more pictures of you! You're beautiful and dress so well.

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  13. I really love your style and it's funny because i just realized we have the same skirt, almost the same blazer and i'm wearing it just like you ! lol
    Sakina (from France ;)

    saksinthecity.blogspot.com

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