Too many

Sometimes I'll look at blogs and
think "wow that's a lot of pictures..."
I make an effort to post just the necessary amount,
because if I get tired of seeing the same thing over 
and over, I think everyone else will too.

Anne Klein blue trousers - Poema colorful top - BCBG blue wedges
So it's one picture today.

7 comments

Aubree @ Macarons and Stilettos said...

Very cute! Love the bag :)

And I agree, sometimes one picture is enough.

xo

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Mica T said...

Love that printed top on you!

I like to keep it simple with photos too, but like you that's because I don't enjoy scrolling through lots of photos :)

Kim Alston said...

I HATE THAT! It's so unnecessary. I'm like I GET THE POINT! HaHaHa Thanks for NOT doing that to us.
http://www.averysweetblog.com/

whenlifehandsyouapear said...

Great top! Very vibrant.

I have to agree. One, two, even three pics are plenty. I like seeing close ups of the details, but I don't need six of the overall outfit in different positions.

Oranges and Apples said...

I agree to an extent. I sometimes post 4 - 5 pictures, though I always think about whther there need to be that many. It doesn't bother me too much to have a lot of pictures unless they are very similar, same background, same pose etc.

Jessica Cangiano said...

I love a lot of photos, especially if they're well taken and highlight different locations, elements of an outfit, facial expressions, etc. It's all up to what each blogger wants and loves of course. There's no right or wrong number, to my mind. Part of the reason I typically include several photos for each of my outfit posts is that for many, many years I didn't have the confidence or self-esteem needed to put my picture online (or, often, to even have my picture taken at all). I blogged on CV for three years before I could work up the courage to start doing so on any kind of regular basis, and once I did, I didn't want to slip backwards and become too shy to keep doing so again. I find that the more pictures I see of myself (naturally, to a reasonable limit of course), the more I fell spurred on to keep having the confidence needed to share images of myself with the world.

♥ Jessica