- Jan 9, 2005
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Just wondering, what do you define as successful?Is it possible to be successful in fashion/fashion mediums without using social media?
I stopped using a lot of social media due to mental health purposes, and I’ve always wanted to start a blog/YouTube or whatever, as well as actually work in the industry. Is having a social media presence that necessary/is it possible to be successful without one?
Great question.Just wondering, what do you define as successful?
Being on social media may not be worth it if it is at the expense of your mental health.Great question.
I think I'd measure success in regard to the consistency of a following? I wouldn't exactly care if my following was big or small, but more people that are loyal, if that makes any sense?
I basically just want to have a voice or be a lot more hands-on with fashion. I look at blogs like Die, Workwear!, StreetExprezza, and TimothyDesaint and I see there is a ton of consistency in their followings. Everyone has carved specific niches without compromising their core values.